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Click or call 811 before you dig


Safety is our number one priority – safety of our customers, our employees, and our utility infrastructure. You are our top priority.

But we need your help.

Any time you break ground, you run the risk of hitting a utility line. Whether you’re a homeowner planting some shrubs or a contractor excavating a subdivision, you must call 811 or submit an online request at least two days before you dig.

811 protects you and keeps our communities safe. Always call 811 before you dig. It’s free, it’s safe, and it’s the law.

811 in your area

Call 800-482-8998 or 811

Visit online at arkonecall.com

Call 1-800-922-1987 or 811 

Visit online at colorado811.org.

Call 1-800-292-8989 or 811

Visit online at iowaonecall.com 

Call 1-800-344-7233 or 811

Visit on line at kansasonecall.com

Call 800-331-5666 or 811

Visit online at ne1call.com 

Call Make a free call to 811 (in-state) or (800) 781-7474 (outside of South Dakota)

Visit online sdonecall.com 

Call 1-800-849-2476 or 811

Visit online at onecallofwyoming.com 

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Pipeline location information


Most natural gas pipelines are buried out of sign, but they should never be out of mind.

Pipeline signs explain what the pipeline carries and provides the pipeline operator's name and phone number in case of an emergency.

The signs do not indicate the exact location or depth of the pipeline, so always call 811. 

More information

Safe digging and damage prevention is our shared responsibility. Learn more and find information specific to your area at call811.com.

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