Public safety and education are important to us. Written agreements between landowners and pipeline companies allow pipeline and utility companies to construct and maintain pipeline rights-of-way across public and privately owned property. Your property may be one of the many in your community which contains an underground pipeline easement.
To determine if a pipeline runs through your property, we encourage you to check for pipeline markers posted on your property or in your neighborhood and check the National Pipeline Mapping System. For your safety, markers have been installed along the pipeline route to indicate the approximate location and provide vital emergency information. Take time to familiarize yourself with pipeline markers and write down the names and phone numbers of pipeline companies or operators listed on the markers in case of emergency.
Please review the 811 Pipeline Safety brochure for more information and resources on pipeline safety.