Call 811 Before You Dig
iDig It Social Media Contest
Snap a picture of a professionally marked digging site to win $811.
Your picture should include any utility flags, paint, chalk or other markings that are used to identify underground utility line locations.
On April 30, we'll pick one photo at random to win an $811 Visa gift card.
If you are wondering what a professionally marked digging site looks like, here are a few examples.
To enter Click on the "contest" tab on our facebook page or upload the picture on twitter with #iDigIt811 to enter.
To enter from mobile device, click here.
Please take your picture from a safe distance. Do not cross any barricades, cones or other safety measures. Do not enter into any ditches or areas where digging has already begun.
"iDig It" Social Media Contest Policy
Why Call 811 Before You Dig?
Nearly 60 percent of all incidents on utility pipelines result from excavation damage. The nationwide 811 One-Call program provides prompt and efficient notification to participating utilities to mark underground line locations.
Digging without locating buried utility lines can cause injury, disrupt service and result in fines and repair costs.
Remember to call at least two to three business days before any digging. This is the law in all 50 states.
The toll-free 811 service is free, and it can save you time and money. It's the SAFE thing to do.
Additional Video Links
National Safe Digging Month
Call 811 Kids
Frequently Asked Questions: Safety Information
The Texas Pipeline Awareness Alliance