CALL BEFORE YOU DIG
As a utility company, Ute Water Conservancy District is actively involved in the efforts of the "811 – Call Before You Dig" campaign. 811 is a FREE service offered by the Common Ground Alliance, CGA, and the over 1,400 members and sponsors of the program. Every digging job requires a call – even small projects like planting trees or shrubs.
If you hit an underground utility line while digging, you can harm yourself or those around you, disrupt service to an entire neighborhood, and potentially be responsible for fines and repair cost. Underground utilities are commonly and easily hit by both contractors and individuals working on DIY projects – claiming the lives of people across the nation. Please be responsible and call "811" before you dig!
Ute Water Conservancy District is proud to introduce "Dig Town" on behalf of the Utility Notification Center of Colorado. "Dig Town" is a one of a kind model town that is available as an educational resource to all ages within our community. This interactive demonstration stresses the importance of knowing where your utilities are located before you start any project. Contact our office to find out more information on 811 or to reserve "Dig Town".
For additional information and resources on 811, visit their website today!