Other flooded areas have a "higher priority" than the flooded park in Kendal, according to Cumbria County Council.
The council has responded to residents' concerns about the park in Rinkfield by saying that the area is less of a risk than other areas.
The council, which is leading a flood group that is carrying out investigations into the park, is unsure of the source of the water.
"We're not quite sure about where the water is coming from but we are trying to do investigations with what we call the Making Space for Water Group and we've got a series of flooding hotspots to look at.
"We're fortunate as the next six years we are getting funding towards resolving these but there's 262 of them, some have got a higher priority where people are actually being flooded internally on a more regular basis.
"At Rinkfield there is a bund that's holding water away from the properties so there is less of a risk"
Residents in Kendal are concerned about the safety aspects of a flooded park that has now frozen.
Residents of Rinkfield housing estate in Kendal are calling on the authorities to prevent their park from flooding when it rains.
The problem has become a more serious safety concern as the pool of water is now frozen.
The council says that despite investigation, it can't find the source of the problem
The Scottish Environment Protection Agency has issued a flood warning for the Ettrick Valley.
£3 million will be spent on a flood management scheme in Egremont.
Parts of the town flooded badly in 2012. It is hoped the new scheme will reduce the flood risk to almost 300 homes in the Orgill, Church View and Castle Croft areas.
The work will start next summer.
New flood defences have been officially opened in Galashiels by MSP Paul Wheelhouse and Scottish Borders Council leader David Parker.
The work to help protect the town has taken just over a year and 80 per cent of the cost was met by the Scottish government.
Hannah McNulty reports.
A flood defence scheme in Galashiels had been officially opened by Scottish Environment Minister Paul Wheelhouse MSP and Scottish Borders Council leader David Parker.
The £3.6million project will protect the town centre from flooding from the Gala Water.
A community group in Cockermouth is making a film to mark how far the town has come since the floods five years ago.
Filmakers want to be thankful for the community spirit it's brought.
Fiona Marley Paterson reports.
The Environment Agency has issued a series of flood warnings for Costal areas in Cumbria tonight.
The high tide is set to hit the north west coastline in Cumbria, and there's potential for flooding to low lying areas and local roads.
People are advised to take care when driving and avoid walking in coastal areas.
At 4:30pm there were three flood warnings and 12 flood alerts in place along the North West coastline.
North west flood warnings:
- Silloth to St Bees including Maryport, Flimby, Workington and Whitehaven
- Gretna to Silloth, areas at risk include properties at Mossband Hall Marsh, Silloth, Burgh Marsh, Port Carlisle, Wampool Estuary, Skinburness Marsh, Skinburness and Rockcliffe
- Properties along Riverside Drive (and a Caravan Park), Kiln Lane and Wardley's Lane in Hambleton and Briskhouse land south of Cold Row
North west flood alerts:
- Coast from St Bees Head to Millom
- Coast from Silloth to St Bees
For further information visit http://apps.environment-agency.gov.uk/flood/31618.aspx
There's flooding in parts of south west Scotland as the tail end of ex-Hurricane Bertha passes through the region.
Roads into Drummore near Stranraer have been affected by flood water. The A716 is closed just north of the village. The police are asking people to avoid the area for the time being. Two properties have also been affected. Earlier there were reports of another property being flooded at Port Logan.
Hurricane Bertha hit parts of the Caribbean before dissipating over the central Atlantic, on its way to the UK.