Senate Bill 18-167 was signed on today, May 25, 2018 by Colorado Legislators. This legislation is aimed at improving safety by enhancing the One Call system (also known as the 811 system) in Colorado by the implementation of an enforcement program, allowing engineering firms to submit locate tickets for subsurface utility engineering and transitioning to a one-tier or true One Call system.
Download the latest version of the Senate Bill 18-167.
Download the Senate Bill 18-167 Press Release.
2017 One-Call Legislative Update
Review and download the 2017 One-Call Legislative update from Colorado 811 CEO, J.D. Maniscalco. This update was presented at the 2017 Weld County Damage Prevention Breakfast on February 15 in Greeley, CO.
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Colorado’s Underground Damage Prevention stakeholders maintain a very strong record for public safety and damage prevention, with no deaths for over 5-years and 2 injuries in 2014. Despite the many efforts that underlie this strong record, reported underground facility damages have recently begun trending upward, with a 24% increase in gas distribution pipeline damages from 2013 to 2014.