Georgia 811

OverviewCelebrate 10 Years 811 2007 to 2017

Registered with Georgia 811, a non-profit organization, our employees are notified when excavation is to take place in close proximity to our utilities and we are in your community on a daily basis to locate and mark their location.

Georgia 811 offers training and education to industry stakeholders including:

  • homeowners
  • local governments
  • utility owners
  • excavators
  • locate companies
  • industry nonprofit organizations

Training and education opportunities are free so do not hesitate to contact Georgia 811.

Safe Digging

As a champion for safe digging:

  • We provide education and support to the City’s utility staff and as a stakeholder in the community.
  • We continually strive to better educate our residents by becoming more involved in damage prevention and pipeline public awareness. 
  • We are available to provide additional information and education by participating in community events and speaking with affected groups such as:
    • homeowners’ associations, garden clubs, and excavators.
  • Georgia's Dig Law (aka The Georgia Utility Facility Protection Act)

Did You Know?

Contact 811 at least 2 business days before any digging project to have underground utilities marked. You must contact 811 if you plan to:

  • Plant a tree
  • Install a fence
  • Put in a retainer wall
  • Anchor a swing set
  • Remove tree roots or stumps
  • Dig a hole for a mailbox
  • Drive in landscape stakes