As the council’s flood resilience efforts come to an end, it continues to promote the free flood warnings by the Environment Agency - including a new £100 monthly cash prize lottery.
Starting this week and taking place over the next five months, anyone who signs up to the warnings could be in with a chance of winning the money.
A spokesman for Boston Borough Council said: “The east coast flood of December, 2013, saw hundreds of properties flooded in Lincolnshire’s East Lindsey, Boston and South Holland areas.
“Many people in those areas would have benefited from early warning of the flood had they been signed up for the Environment Agency warning.
“Preparation is part of the key to surviving and minimising the impact of flooding, and being alerted in time to be prepared can be crucial.”
The sponsor of the first month’s raffle is Gravitas (international) Ltd - a family-run business with more than 40 years experience working with non-woven fabrics and other textiles.
Managing director Jacob Sallon said: “As manufacturers of biggest brands in flood prevention ‘the Hydrosack and Hydrosnake’ we recognise the importance of being pre-warned and prepared to deal with flooding.
He added: “We have worked hard to ensure that flood preventative products are available at your local stores such as B&Q and we are pleased to support any initiative which encourages more people to be prepared for flooding by signing up for the Environment Agency Flood Warnings.”
Other sponsors will be Lincs Flood Defence, of Boston, Kier and UK Flood Barriers.
To enter, complete the coupon in the advert on page 11 of this week’s Standard.
Details can also be provided on the borough council’s website at www.boston.gov.uk/floodlinelottery
The deadline for entries is 9am, on Friday, December 18.