Lancashire County Council has started a full investigation into flooding in Wrea Green.
Fylde MP Mark Menzies has welcomed the move, after meeting with residents and county officials in the village last week.
Mr Menzies said: “Many residents have contacted me after recent incidences of flooding in the village.
“It is simply unacceptable for residents to go through such horrendous flooding.
“I wrote to lead flood authority Lancashire County Council about the issue and last month held a virtual meeting with the various flood authorities to discuss several areas.”
That meeting identified issues in Wrea Green, Warton, Freckleton, Kirkham and other areas, including blocked gullies, antiquated drains, and issues with outfalls to the Ribble estuary.
Mr Menzies added: “Last week I met with residents and LCC officers to look at the problem areas of Wrea Green where flooding has taken place.
“I was pleased to hear a full diagnostic check of the villages’ drains is being carried out, but I understand there are issues further downstream, where the drainage system meets the Ribble.
“It is clear there are a number of issues which need addressing and Lancashire County Council must work hand-in-hand with the Environment Agency to ensure any works carried out are fully beneficial for residents in Wrea Green.
“I also raised the matter in Parliament with the Secretary of State for the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, and he has agreed to meet me and discuss these issues in the next few weeks.
“When I first became an MP I started campaigning for funding to prevent flooding at the East end of Lytham and we were successful in securing an £8 million pumping station. I have asked the officers from Lancashire County Council to identify the issues in Wrea Green and to cost up a solution – if we do not ask for the funding, we will not get it.”