Welcome to Eye on Calderdale

Click the button to the right to check the flood risk from rivers in your area.

What's on the Map?

  • Flooding Possible

    River levels that are higher than normal. This does not replace the Environment Agency flood warning service or mean that flood warnings will be issued

  • Within Typical Range

    Water levels are currently within the usual range of recorded levels throughout the year

  • Below Typical Range

    Water levels are below the usual range of recorded levels throughout the year

  • Limited Data

    Data has not been provided (e.g. the data feed is broken) or when the data is outside of range that can be displayed on the graph

Learn more about Environment Agency River Levels at http://apps.environment-agency.gov.uk/river-and-sea-levels/

  • Severe Flood Warning

    Severe flooding, danger to life

  • Flood Warning

    Flooding is expected, immediate action required

  • Flood Alert

    Flooding is possible, be prepared

  • No Longer in Effect

    Flood warnings and flood alerts that have been removed in the last 24 hours

Learn more about Environment Agency Flood Warnings at http://apps.environment-agency.gov.uk/flood/

Flood Risks

  • High Risk Area

    The chance of flooding from rivers or the sea in this area is greater than once every 30 years ( >3.3% )

  • Medium Risk Area

    The chance of flooding from rivers or the sea in this area is between once every 100 and 30 years ( 1 - 3.3% )

  • Low Risk Area

    The chance of flooding from rivers or the sea in this area is between once every 1000 and 100 years ( 0.1 - 1% )

Roadworks

  • Delays likely

  • Delays possible

  • Delays unlikey

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Alternative Routes

NOTE: These routes are recommended for local access only with limited through route. NOT for vehicles exceeding 3.5 tonnes. These suggested routes DO NOT neccessarily bypass other potentially flooded locations in the area.

  • Reported Hazards

    User-reported hazards in and around the Calderdale area.

  • The colors indicate the speed of traffic on the road.

    • Green means there are no traffic delays
    • Orange means there's a medium amount of traffic
    • Red means there are traffic delays. The more red, the slower the speed of traffic on the road

    Click here to learn more about Google Maps traffic layer.

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If your property has been affected by flooding in the last 5 years, this will inform recovery and long term flood risk management.

Be Prepared

Flooding can happen at any time and often with little or no warning. Preparation is key to making sure you, your family and your friends are safe, as well as reducing the damage to your home and your belongings.

Have you checked whether you are at risk of being flooded?

Even if you live nowhere near a river or on a hill you may still be at risk of flash floods.

Even before bad weather is forecast, on a quiet evening when you have some spare time there is one important task you can carry out…

Take a few minutes and put together your personal flood plan. The time to do that is now as you never know when it might be needed.

Pack an Emergency Bag find an easy to carry and sturdy bag and prepare it with the things you might need in an emergency. A suggested list can be found here. Make sure the bag is easy to find so you can quickly take it with you when needed in an emergency.

If a flood warning has been issued, follow the eight steps to be as well prepared as you can be.


For the latest news on Flooding and Flood Resilience in Calderdale,

please visit our News Page.

To visit the Calder Valley Community Support Group on Facebook, Click Here.

Use the following hash tags to promote flooding issues in and around Calderdale. #Mroydflood #HBflood #Todflood #calderdaleflood and #Calderdalesnow to warn of snow and ice.