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You can report a complaint involving possible violations of Oregon’s excavation laws online.

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2024 Locator Training Schedule

In Person Classes

August 12 – Wilsonville Register Now
August 13 – Wilsonville Register Now

October 29 – Wilsonville
October 30 – Wilsonville

Virtual Classes
December 19 – ONLINE

Note: This class is offered to those locating in the state of Oregon.

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2024 Excavator Safety Training

July 18 – Gleneden BeachRegister Now
October 15 – Eugene

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Upcoming Events


16oct1:30 PMOUCC Meeting - October 16th, 20241:30 PM

17oct9:00 AMOUNC Board Meeting - October 17th, 20249:00 AM

Important Information

Following the requirements of Oregon’s excavation laws is vital to safety of underground facilities, workers and the public. If you believe these requirements are not being followed, we encourage you to file a complaint to report the probable violation.

If you would like to report a complaint involving possible violations of Oregon’s excavation laws, please submit your detailed complaint online through the following link or by contacting the PUC at (503) 378-6600 or 1-800-522-2404. You will be asked a series of questions and the information you provide in response will be forwarded to staff for investigation. Additional information, such as scans of photos or other documents, can be emailed to the PUC if required. Once enough information has been collected, staff will take appropriate action. Thanks for your commitment to making Oregon a safe place to live and work.

Governor Brown Proclaims April “Oregon Dig Safely Month”
In time for spring gardening and home improvement projects, Governor Kate Brown proclaims April as “Oregon Dig Safely Month”. This serves as a reminder to all Oregon homeowners and contractors to call811 before digging to have underground facilities, such as natural gas pipelines, electrical utilities,telecommunication systems, as well as sewer and water lines marked.

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Standards Manual

OUNC OUCC Standards ManualDownload the new OUNC/OUCC Standards Manual (PDF – updated January 2019)

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Visit Search & Status to easily research tickets throughout Oregon.

Damage Reporting

To view or create new damage reports, visit the Substructure Damage Reporting page on the Oregon Utilities Coordinating Council website.

About Oregon 811

Welcome to the Oregon Utility Notification Center website. We have included a large amount of information about Call Before You Dig Issues, Oregon’s Excavation Laws, the Board of Directors, Enforcement Actions, links to other websites of interest and a variety of other information.

Our goal is to keep this site intuitive and easy to use so that you can quickly find the specific information that you may be seeking. It is our continuing mission to improve public safety by promoting all facets of excavation safety. We would like to have your comments on the usefulness of our website, or any suggestions you may have for improvements. Thank you for visiting us, and please tell your friends.

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