During the warm weather, your business may undertake projects that require digging, like construction, fencing, driveway and parking lot and/or landscaping. Ensure you or your contractors contact Ontario One Call at least five business days before the start of your project to have utility lines on your property located and marked.
Privately owned lines on your property, such as a line from your building to a shed or garage, will not be identified in these locates. If you suspect these lines may be on your property, consult the Yellow Pages online for “underground utilities locating services” to find a local service provider. Fees will apply.
It’s against the law to dig without having utility lines located. Digging could damage natural gas pipes, telephone lines, hydro lines, cable TV lines or water pipes which may be located near the surface of your property. Damaging any of these can create a dangerous situation.
Contact Ontario One Call before you dig
You can contact Ontario One Call any time, day or night. The service is free. Professionals will locate the public utility lines on your property in a timely manner, so you can complete your project safely.