Last updated: Thursday 23 November 9:41am
Help for people affected by flooding
Our flood recovery page is for people and businesses affected by severe flooding.
It has details of help and advice from Angus Council and other organisations.
Roads and travel
Bridges in Angus – Damage, Assessment and Repair - Angus Council News, Thursday 23 November 2023
Storm Babet road repairs - B978 at East Denside - Angus Council News, Tuesday 21 November
Lower Northwater Bridge to re-open at 3pm on Friday 10 November - Angus Council News, Friday 10 November
Storm Babet emergency road repairs - B9134 Aberlemno to Brechin - Angus Council News, Thursday 9 November
The following roads are confirmed as being closed due to Storm Babet:
- U360(3) Carterhaugh from the B9127 to the U360
- C12 (Benvie Road) Bridge at the boundary with Dundee City Council
- Emmock Road (from the U322 to Dundee boundary)
- B9134 Aberlemno to Brechin
- A937 (from C38 junction to Marykirk Village)
- A933 (Brechin Bridge to A934/ B9113 crossroads)
- U444 at Bridge of Dun
- U450 Burghill (B9134 to Brechin Bridge)
- U339 (Bonnyton) from B954 to C6
- Craig O’Loch Road, Forfar (at Fiskens)
- U456 (Finavon Hill) From Bogardo to B9134
- C25 Knowehead of Auldallan
A92 Lower Northwater Bridge is now open although repair works are planned - Aberdeenshire Council to confirm dates. During the works, closures between 10am-3pm are likely. Electronic signs will be used to inform road users.
The B9128 Craichie is now open under temporary traffic signals.
For updates on disruption to the wider roads network, please see Traffic Scotland
Updates to the above list will now only be made when we have new information.
Most bus services in Angus are now operating as normal with some exceptions which are shown on our Bus timetables page. Road conditions will be assessed on an ongoing basis. We will update as the situation changes.
Bins and recycling
View details of disruption to bin collections on our Missed bins page.
Our flood recovery page has information on skips, recycling centre arrangements and bulky uplifts for people affected by the recent severe flooding.
Schools and school transport
- view details of school closures
- we will post any disruption to school transport on the school transport disruption page
For information on how can protect your property visit our flooding advice page.
Report power outages to SSEN by calling 105.
You can also check SSEN's Powertrack website where you can get details on power cuts and restoration times, and for information on their support package for customers impacted by power cuts.
Report trees fallen on roads and debris to Police Scotland by calling 101.
Emergency and partner agencies
- Police Scotland
- Scottish Fire & Rescue
- NHS Tayside
- SEPA Floodwatch
- The Met Office
- Bear Scotland
- Scottish Government
Up-to-date weather information and forecasts are available from the Met Office.
If you have an older or less mobile relative, friend or neighbour please keep in contact with them in periods of severe weather to ensure they are all right.
Advice is available from the NHS 24 website.