A last-chance information session will be held next month before plans to protect an Aberdeenshire village from flooding are finalised.
The local authority has been working with engineers and consultants to assess flood risks in Insch.
During the summer, some residents were forced to use brooms to clear overflowing drains which were unable to cope with a string of heavy downpours.
Others piled sandbags up in the hope of preventing the water from affecting their properties.
Aberdeenshire Council is now hosting a drop-in session on Monday, October 7, to offer people one final opportunity to see its proposed plans for solving the problem.
Representatives from the local authority, as well as from civil engineering firm Dougall Baillie Associates and JBA Consulting, will be available from 3-7pm at Bennachie Leisure Centre on Largie Road to talk through the potential option using posters and drawings.
Lee Watson, Aberdeenshire Council’s principal engineer for flood risk and coast protection, said: “This will be the final opportunity to provide comments on the preferred option prior to submission for consideration by the Scottish Government.
“We hope to see as many as people possible attend the event and would encourage people to invite others who may also be interested in this important matter.”