We care about your safety

Report Gas Leaks

Learn how to detect natural gas and safely respond to the situation.

Learn How to Report

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Call 811 Before You Dig

Big or small – begin your next home improvement project with a call to 811.

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Gas Line Responsibilities

Know our responsibilities and your responsibilities for maintaining natural gas lines.

See Gas Line Responsibilities

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Automatic Shut-Off Devices

Automatic shut-off devices are designed to operate like circuit-breakers, so when they sense operating pressure that is too high or too low, they automatically shut off gas flow.

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Sewer Line Safety

Clearing a clogged sewer line may seem to be a simple fix, but it’s important to call 811 and a professional plumber to ensure the clog is cleared properly and safely.

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Partnering with first responders to keep you safe

We’re proud to partner with firefighters, police officers and emergency management officials in our communities. We train hundreds of first responders each year on the basics of gas emergencies and how to respond.

Are you an emergency responder? Check out our training program.

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Have an emergency?

If you smell gas, think you have a gas leak, have carbon monoxide symptoms or have some other emergency situation, go outside and call 911 and then call us at 1-800-544-5606.