Oban residents are invited to an informal drop-in session to learn more about the findings from the ongoing investigations into flooding in the town, including possible solutions to address flood risks.
The session will take place between 1pm and 3pm on Thursday in the Corran Halls.
A talk and open discussion will follow between 7pm and 9pm.
The team wants to share their findings with the community, including businesses affected by the recent flooding.
Feedback will be sought to ensure that the options being developed are right for Oban.
Flood models have been developed to simulate flooding of the Black Lynn and its tributaries, as well as Oban Bay.
Flood maps have been produced, highlighting properties and public assets at risk under current and future climate change scenarios.
A wide range of options aimed at reducing flood risk have been explored and a number of priority measures have been identified.
These include temporary flood storage areas, increasing the capacity of the Black Lynn, flood defences and drainage improvements.
Future flood prevention plans are likely to include a strong emphasis on adaptation and resilience over the long term. To support this, in response to the October flooding, a flood monitoring and alert system has recently been installed on the Black Lynn.