The next phase of a multi-million pound water-work development which will see more closures to streets in the West End is to begin next week.
The coach of a Dundee cheerleading group said she is "devastated" after the club's training hall was flooded for the third time in six weeks.
Raw sewage has forced the closure of part of a popular Fife footpath.
A Dundee road has been left looking like it was struck by an earthquake following torrential rainstorms.
A Broughty Ferry councillor has highlighted flooding problems at one of the town's junctions, which could leave sewage across roads and pavements.
The West End will be hit by major traffic disruption from July 4 when water network improvement work begins.
Scottish Water engineers have been working to fix a leak on Dens Road which has been affecting drivers for several days.
Scottish Water has warned drivers in the Dens Road area of Dundee that they may be affected by repair work this evening.
The first part of a £5 million investment to improve Dundee's drinking water will begin later this month.
Scottish Water is set to carry out over £200,000 worth of improvement works to sections of the sewer networks in Methil and Burntisland.