Storm Eunice has made it's presence felt across Cornwall today. We're working hard with our partners to remove fallen trees, clear up debris and clearing our highways.
While the worst of the storm has passed, we are still expecting strong winds to continue over the weekend and there is cold weather due this evening.
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If you experience any weather related issues over the weekend here's how to report it:
To report flooding, contact the Environment Agency Incident hotline on 0800 80 70 60 (24 hour). Be flood aware and prepare if you can, and know what to do if your home starts to flood or call the Environment Agency on 0345 988 1188 (24 hour).
If you wish to report damage to roads or pavements that is causing an immediate danger, or roads blocked by fallen trees, please call the council on 0300 1234 222 (24 hour) or use our report it form online.
Call 105 or visit www.powercut105.com to report if you have a power cut.
If you find yourself in a situation where you believe you are in danger, please call 999.
You can report a fallen tree by calling 0300 1234 222 (24hrs).
Make sure you're scam aware too!
There may be some people taking advantage of the situation. Rogue traders may be out offering their services to help clear up. If you suspect something, inform our trading standards team.
If you have to travel tonight and over the weekend, we are out clearing things as fast as we can, please remember there may still be debris, so take extra care.
18th February 2022