For up to date information about floods affecting roads in Somerset, please visit the Travel Somerset website.
You can report flooding, surface water and soil run-off on the highway here.
Please note - if you are reporting this defect outside normal working hours - Monday 8am to 6pm, Tuesday to Friday 8.30am to 5.30pm - and you believe it is an urgent problem and a risk to public safety, please phone the police on 101.
Please phone reports of mud on 'A' class roads (for example A38) straight to the police on 101.
When you contact us, please give us the following information:
We maintain the highway network in a safe and accessible condition for highway users by:
- Preventing, wherever possible, mud being brought on to the highway
- Minimising the problems with related flooding and surface water drainage systems serving the highway
In Somerset we expect some mud on roads, particularly in areas where farming is a major activity. But it is an offence to leave mud and other material on the road, and people who do so may be liable to prosecution and for the cost of cleaning it up.
If mud constitutes a danger or obstruction, action may be required to have it removed. Whether any action is taken will depend on how much and where the mud is.