Some people gain huge rewards in helping others and becoming a flood warden can be an extremely rewarding way to help.
Become a flood warden
A flood warden helps and prepares people in the local community that are at risk of flooding and they play an important role in the development and execution of a community flood plan. They also provide a vital link between a local community and those responsible for responding to a flood.
If you would like to become a flood warden you need to complete flood warden training. Please contact the Kent Resilience Forum to organise a training session at a time and venue that suits you (email@example.com or 01622 212409)
Existing Flood Wardens
Wardens that have completed the training can choose to do our online refresher course which consists of 5 modules that covers: the role of a flood warden, types of flooding, catchment information, weather warnings, and safety awareness.
Trained wardens can also access a copy of the updated Flood Warden Handbook
To update or check your contact details click here.
If you no longer wish to be a flood warden click here.
General Information for Flood Wardens
• Frequently asked questions
• Poster to recruit wardens at community events ‘Could you be a flood warden’
• Flood warden newsletter
• Case studies – Shoreham’s pathway to being flood ready
• Could you be a flood warden (postcard)
• Quick Dial codes for Kent (After calling Floodline enter the Quick Dial code for your area and bypass the telephone tree to access information for your area)