Texas811 has more than 1,600 members who play a vital role in protecting underground facilities around the state. Commitment from all stakeholders contributes to the success of our Damage Prevention program and helps promote safe digging for all involved. Our Damage Prevention Councils (DPC) typically are comprised of construction contractors, utility operators, Texas811, municipalities, utility locators, engineering firms, TxDOT and other associated industry stakeholders. DPCs meet on a regular basis in every region throughout the state of Texas. These meetings provide an optimal forum where stakeholders can share information and perspectives and then work together on all aspects of damage prevention issues. In promoting a spirit of shared responsibility, regional DPCs welcome all stakeholders who would like to be a part of the damage prevention solution.
Browse our FAQs to find answers to some of the most common questions
Damage Prevention Laws
- Utilities Code Title 5, Chapter 251
- Texas Administrative Code (TAC) Title 16, Part 1, Chapter 18
- Texas Legislative Update
Marking Color Code
For Marking Underground Utility Lines
Temporary survey markings
Electric power lines, cables, conduit and lighting cables
Gas, oil, steam, petroleum or gaseous materials
Communication, alarm or signal lines, cables or conduit
Reclaimed water, irrigation and slurry lines
Sewer and drain lines
- Member Information
- Membership Signup
- Member Database Mapping
- Pay your Texas811 Invoice
- Damage Prevention Law
- Current Members
- Promotional Materials
- Can anyone request a ticket search?
Information regarding the locate ticket will only be released to the individual representing the company that requested the ticket.
- 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 email@example.com and we will assist you as much as possible.