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For projects small and big... call or click before you dig.


From planting rose bushes to building a new fence or deck, first call or click to get a FREE underground utility locate. You will be provided with a response from various utilities indicating whether or not there is underground infrastructure within your requested dig area so you can work safely.
 

Digging without a locate not only puts your safety at risk, but could also make you liable for repair costs if you or your contractor damage any underground infrastructure, such as: electricity cables, gas pipes, water and sewer or communication cables.
 

This service is free, it's easy and it's the law.
 

Here's how to request an Underground Cable Locate

1. Submit an e-ticket at OntarioOneCall.ca or contact Ontario One Call at 1-800-400-2255. The service is available 24/7.

2. To help you plan your work, Ontario One Call will need at least 5 business days' notice. A service representative will clearly mark where cables run through your property and provide you with a locate sheet that includes a diagram of where your underground facilities are located.

3. If markings are not required, you will still receive a response from the utility to indicate that your work area is clear.

4. Once you have your locates it is important that you practice safe digging and follow any additional instructions provided by each utility.

5. Visit Ontario One Call or Dig Safe for more information.

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Knowing what’s below protects you and your family from:
  • Injury to yourself, your family or the public

  • Disruption of vital services to you and your neighbours

  • Environmental impacts

  • Expensive repairs.

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Promote safe digging practices by encouraging your neighbours to:
  1. Call or click before you dig

  2. Wait for locates

  3. Respect the marks

  4. Follow utility guidelines

  5. Dig with care.

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Electrical equipment is all around us. Keep you and your family safe with these power safety reminders.

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If you see hazardous vegetation around electricity lines, request a tree trimming to help manage the issue safely. If the line is determined to be on Hydro One property, we'll send a qualified team to assess the issue. Learn more.


 

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Temporary Disconnect

By arranging a Temporary Disconnect, you can plan work you need to do with the power off in advance. Schedule workers in a 24-hour window to get your project done on time. Learn more.

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