Last updated at 2.30pm on Friday, October 20
You can report any issues (e.g. storm damage, fallen trees etc) to the council on the following numbers:
- (24hrs) 01978 298989
- Housing repairs for council tenants (24hrs) 01978 298993. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org for out of hours only.
Please only phone if it’s urgent – for other issues, please help us by reporting issues online.
Any issues with power-outages can be reported by calling 105 (Powercut 105 is a free service that will put you through to your local network operator for help and support).
Any emergencies with sewage overflowing from drains can be reported to Welsh Water on 0800 085 3968.
Remember that if there’s an immediate threat to life during any adverse weather event, you should always call 999.
Councillor Hugh Jones, Wrexham Council’s Lead Member for Environment, said: “I want to express my appreciation to the staff of the Environment Department who have responded to the numerous calls from residents to deal with flooding. Roads have been closed and sand bags deployed in an attempt to minimise the impact of the storm.
“I am also grateful for the understanding and patience of residents recognising that we are responding at a time of a drastically reduced workforce due to industrial action. A number of staff have returned from leave in response to the call and their commitment is greatly appreciated.”
Update on roads that are closed or passable with care
- Cefn Road – Five Fords to Abenbury – Closed
- Rosemary Lane, Burton – Closed
- Broadoak Hall Lane, Burton – Closed
- B5102 Holt to Rossett – Closed in parts, needs care
- B5130 Ridleywood – Passable with care
- B5426 Plassey Roundabout, near Whitehouse Farm – Passable with care
Plas Madoc Household Recycling Centre
Plas Madoc recycling centre has closed due to flooding.
Whilst our sites at Bryn Lane and the Lodge remain open, road conditions throughout the county remain difficult due to surface water and flooding so please take extra care when driving.