Maryland

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


One Call Centers

811 or
1-800-257-7777

Address:

7223 Parkway Drive
Suite 100
Hanover, MD 21076

Hours:

M - F 0700 - 1700

Advance Notice:

48 business hours up to 10 business days

Marks Valid:

15 business days
811 or
1-800-282-8555

Address:

PO Box 600
Greenwood,MD 19950

Hours:

M -F 0700 - 1700 Emergency Ticket: 24/7

Advance Notice:

48 business hours up to 10 business days

Marks Valid:

10 business days

Legislative Information

yes Mandatory Membership
yes Civil Penalties
yes Tolerance Zone 18"
na Hand Dig Clause
yes Mandatory Premark
yes Emergency Clause
yes Positive Response
na Depth Exemption

Regional Partners

Maryland/DC Subscriber & Damage Prevention Committee

Geographic Location:

Maryland & District of Columbia

Contact:

Matt Ruddo
Maryland/DC Subscriber & Damage Prevention Committee

Partner Since:

September 2009

Mission:

Utility members, excavators, locators, regulatory agencies and call center personnel working together as a team to promote damage prevention through communication, safe digging practices and education.

Utility Service Protection Center of Delmarva

Geographic Location:

State of Delaware & Eastern Shore of Maryland

Contact:

Bradley C. Ebaugh, President
Utility Service Protection Center of Delmarva
bebaugh@decoop.com

Partner Since:

May 2006

Mission:

To educate members of the public, contractors, utilities, locators and other persons and/or entities who would be involved in planned or emergency excavation or emergency demolition activities regarding the legal requirements and mechanics of underground facility identification. To promote public safety by providing education regarding underground facility location and identification, encouraging membership and full participation of underground facility owners and operators in the Corporation. To serve the public and its members by seeking methods to prevent the interruption of utility and other services, and injury or damage associated with the lack of identification of underground facilities.