Kentucky

Explore damage prevention information, local contacts and rules for safe digging in Kentucky. 


One Call Centers

811 or
1-800-752-6007

Address:

P.O. Box 99825
Louisville, KY 40269

Hours:

24 / 7

Advance Notice:

2 working days

Marks Valid:

21 days

Address:

,KY

Legislative Information

no Mandatory Membership
yes Civil Penalties
yes Tolerance Zone 18"
yes Hand Dig Clause
no Mandatory Premark
yes Emergency Clause
yes Positive Response
no Depth Exemption

Regional Partners

Northern Kentucky Damage Prevention Council

Geographic Location:

State of Kentucky

Contact:

Tim Vaughn
Northern Kentucky Damage Prevention Council
tvaughn@kentucky811.org

Partner Since:

December 2007

Mission:

To be at the forefront of utility damage prevention within our community by raising awareness, promoting public safety education and developing industry relations among all interested parties.

River Cities Damage Prevention Council

Geographic Location:

Kentucky (Focusing on the Counties of Bullitt, Henry, Jefferson, Oldham, Shelby, Spencer & Trimble)

Contact:

Mike Jones
River Cities Damage Prevention Council
rivercitiesdpc@gmail.com

Partner Since:

October 2017

Mission:

The River Cities Damage Prevention Council partners utilities, government agencies, excavators, industry associations, and service providers to promote overall safety by reducing damage to utilities through cooperation and coordination of construction activities, education, and communication.

Central Kentucky Damage Prevention Council

Geographic Location:

Kentucky

Contact:

Gayle Walters
Central Kentucky Damage Prevention Council
gwalters@nisource.com

Partner Since:

October 2017

Mission:

The Central Kentucky Damage Prevention Council was created to promote public safety by bringing together underground facility operators, governmental agencies, excavators, industry associations and service providers to address issues related to reducing damages to underground facilities, to provide cooperation and coordination of construction activities and to improve communications, involvement and commitment to excavation safety.