• Q:
    What is a Ticket search?
    • A ticket search is used when a ticket number has been lost or misplaced. This only applies to a locate that has already been called in and a ticket number, or confirmation number has been received. It is the responsibility of the caller to retain the ticket number for future use.

  • Q:
    I cut a line. What do I do?
    • Contact “811” to get a “Digup” ticket processed. Visit http://webapps.rrc.state.tx.us/TPD/publicHomeAction.do to file a damage report with the RR Commission.

  • Q:
    I need to update a ticket.
    • You have a few ways to process tickets. The most efficient way is through our Member Portal. You can enter your ticket number and get your confirmation right away. Please visit https://txgc.texas811.org/geocall/portal/ to sign up. You may also contact “811” to get your ticket updated by an agent.

  • Q:
    If I submit locate requests, am I a member?
    • No. A Texas811 Member is a facility owner/operator that is notified by Texas811 when digging will take place near their underground facilities.

  • Q:
    I have a question about the law.
    • Please visit damage prevention laws for all questions pertaining to the law. If you need additional assistance please email info@texas811.org and we will assist you as much as possible.

  • Q:
    I’m not a member, but I still need a ticket search. How do I request one?
    • Please be advised that there is a fee for a ticket search and the search will take up to 72 hours to complete. If you are interested in a paid ticket search, please contact 972-231-5497 for pricing information.

Property Owner

When doing projects around your house, digging without knowing where underground utility lines are buried can be very risky.

Excavator

As an excavator, it is extremely important you know where underground utility lines are located whenever digging is taking place.

Utilities

Texas811 has more than 1,300 members who play a vital role in protecting underground facilities around the state.

Farm Operations

A farmer shares his first-hand experience of encountering a petroleum pipeline while installing field tile.