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The three digit 811 hotline number has provided an easy way to reach your local utility notification center since 2007, but call-before-you-dig centers have been around for over 40 years. In fact, MISS DIG System, Inc in Michigan opened in 1970.
811 was the last N-11 number available when it was adopted by the FCC. Previous to this, each state had a call center/centers with their own individual 800 numbers.
Safe Digging Fact: Currently the largest US electric utility company is Duke Energy after the merger with Progress Energy in 2012. This company has over 7.1 million customers and covers 6 states.
Some lines may be just below the earth's surface and digging with a shovel can be just as dangerous as digging with mechanized equipment.
Did you know your state's one call center or 811 center does not mark the locations of lines at your dig site?  The owner of those lines are responsible for sending people to your site to use paint and flags to mark where their lines are.
It doesn't matter if you are renting a backhoe or using a shovel, your job should start with a call to 811.
Even when you call 811 first, you should take always take care when digging near underground lines.
Calling 811 before you dig helps you avoid expensive and dangerous underground lines.
In 2011, 63,000 damages to underground facilities could have been prevented by dialing 811 in advance of excavation.
The nation's more than 2.6 million miles of pipelines safely deliver trillions of cubic feet of natural gas and hundreds of billions of ton/miles of liquid petroleum products each year. It would take 750 tanker trucks, loading up and moving out every two minutes, 24/7 to move the volume of a modest pipeline. Link
When a call is made to 811 prior to digging, 99% of the time there will be no damage.
Did you know that every eight minutes an underground utility line is damaged because someone decided to dig without first calling 811?