DigAlert (Underground Service Alert of Southern California or USA/SC) was formed on September 13th, 1976 in response to a tragic and deadly accident that occurred in Culver City 3 months prior. Since then, DigAlert has been serving nine Southern California counties (Imperial, Inyo, Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino, San Diego, Santa Barbara, Riverside and Ventura) in efforts to ensure these preventable accidents stay prevented.Visit DigAlert
USA North 811 began operation in May of 1975 & incorporated as a 501 (c)(6) Non Profit Mutual Benefit Corporation in 1986. Our objective is to receive planned excavation reports from public or private excavators and to transmit those planned excavation reports to all participating utility members of USA North 811 who may have facilities in and around that excavation site. Our members will either: 1) mark or stake the horizontal path of their facility, 2) provide information about the location of their facility, or 3) advise the excavator of clearance, for facilities that they own.Visit USA North 811
Blue Stakes of Utah Utility Notification Center, Inc. exists to promote public safety, protect underground facilities, and minimize service interruptions by processing locate requests and providing damage prevention education. We accomplish this as the communications link between excavators and facility owners as the statewide one-call center in providing efficient and cost effective onhealthy customer service.Visit Blue Stakes Of Utah 811
Colorado 811 is committed to protecting Colorado's underground infrastructure, promoting excavator and public safety education, and encouraging compliance with applicable laws at the best overall value to all stakeholders.Visit Colorado811
The Ohio Utilities Protection Service (O.U.P.S.) was founded in 1972 as a nonprofit collaboration of the Ohio Bell Telephone Company, East Ohio Gas Company and Cleveland Electric Illuminating Company. Charged with protecting Ohio’s underground infrastructure, the alliance provided notification to facility owners about planned excavation activities. Within its first year, O.U.P.S. processed 13,678 excavation requests. In the years to follow, the organization expanded membership and developed its departments. The incorporation of technology and modernization of everyday operations has solidified the organization’s position as a damage prevention industry leader. Today, O.U.P.S. has over 1,300 members and receives over 1 million excavation requests annually.Visit Ohio Utilities Protection Service
JULIE began operations in Will County as a not-for-profit corporation on Aug. 1, 1974. It expanded to include all of Illinois except the city of Chicago in December 1980. Thanks to successful initiatives and the active participation of our members, JULIE has established itself as one of the largest one-call centers in the nation with more than 1,900 members. JULIE, Inc. espouses quality, affordability, customer service and a conducive work environment.Visit JULIE Inc.
Georgia 811 is a nonprofit corporation dedicated to preventing damage to Georgia’s underground utilities and promoting public safety. We function as a communication system, connecting our member utility companies with professional excavators and homeowners who are planning mechanized digging activity such as excavation, tunneling, grading, boring and demolition.Visit Georgia811
Since 1978 North Carolina 811 has provided you a fast and easy communications link with your local utility providers. You give us information about your excavation, we transmit the information to the utilities and then they send out locators to mark your underground lines for FREE. So remember, call 811 or 1-800-632-4949 three working days before you plan on diggingVisit North Carolina 811