auICKTinBE COLOR COORDINATED. Eachutility marks its lines with anassigned color. Know whatthe colors representRed: ElectricLook uKnow what's belowCall Befane you digfor powerlinesOrange:Communications,Telephone/CATVBlue: Potable WaterGreen: Sewer/DrainageYellow: Gas/PetroleumPurple: Reclaimed WaterWhite: Site of intendedexcavationSTART DIGGING IN 5 EASY STEPS1. Plan your project. Know where you plan to dig. Mark the designated area with white paint or flags.2. Call 811. A representative will give you a ticket number and a list of utilities responding to your request.3. Wait for the marks. Marking takes two working days. Each utility marks its lines with an assigned color.4. Compare. Confirm that utility operators have visited by comparing the colors of the marks with the list ofutilities 811 gave you. If a utility does not locate a conflict, it will call you or paint an "OK* in the appropriate color5. Dig with care. Once your site is marked, you can begin digging. State law mandates a 2-foot safety zone oneither side of utility markings. You may only dig with hand tools in the safety zone.811ENDRICKS DOWER

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auICKTin BE COLOR COORDINATED. Each utility marks its lines with an assigned color. Know what the colors represent Red: Electric Look u Know what's below Call Befane you dig for power lines Orange: Communications, Telephone/CATV Blue: Potable Water Green: Sewer/Drainage Yellow: Gas/Petroleum Purple: Reclaimed Water White: Site of intended excavation START DIGGING IN 5 EASY STEPS 1. Plan your project. Know where you plan to dig. Mark the designated area with white paint or flags. 2. Call 811. A representative will give you a ticket number and a list of utilities responding to your request. 3. Wait for the marks. Marking takes two working days. Each utility marks its lines with an assigned color. 4. Compare. Confirm that utility operators have visited by comparing the colors of the marks with the list of utilities 811 gave you. If a utility does not locate a conflict, it will call you or paint an "OK* in the appropriate color 5. Dig with care. Once your site is marked, you can begin digging. State law mandates a 2-foot safety zone on either side of utility markings. You may only dig with hand tools in the safety zone. 811 ENDRICKS DOWER