Gov. Beshear Endorses April as National Safe Digging Month in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, as Survey Reveals 34.9 Million Americans Plan to Dig Without Contacting 811 First Kentucky 811 reminds local residents to contact 811 before all digging projects to prevent damage to underground utility lines and keep communities safe and connected to essential services… Read more
Join other members of the industry at the Kentucky Damage Prevention Summit from June 28 – 30th at Griffon Gate Marriott in Lexington.
Sell brings 14 years of utility damage prevention experience to lead umbrella non-profit organization for Indiana 811 and Kentucky 811 GREENWOOD, Ind. (Feb. 23, 2022) – The board of directors of Underground Safety Alliance (USA), the umbrella non-profit organization for Indiana 811 and Kentucky 811, today announced Justin Sell as the organization’s new Executive Director…. Read more
Kentucky Damage Prevention Stakeholders, In 2021, Kentucky 811 successfully implemented its new software, Exactix, to improve the ticket request process for excavators and members. In 2022, Kentucky 811 is continuing to encourage increased online ticket submissions to help streamline the 811 system and provide users with access to the helpful features Exactix offers, including state-of-the-art mapping… Read more
Kentucky 811’s online ticketing platform, Exactix, is packed with features that help you submit ticket requests more efficiently online. One helpful tool is the attachment feature, which allows you to attach photos and other documents to your ticket as you create it. You can add information to help provide greater detail about your ticket request… Read more
Thank you for attending the 2021 MWDPTC! Thank you to all who joined us at the 9th annual Midwest Damage Prevention Training Conference in French Lick, Indiana last November! Last year’s sold-out event brought together nearly 600 damage prevention professionals for three days of educational and networking opportunities. The MWDPTC featured educational sessions that covered a breadth… Read more
The Kentucky Dig Law changes will go into effect on January 3, 2022.
Thank you for attending the 2021 MWDPTC Thank you to all who joined us at the 9th annual Midwest Damage Prevention Training Conference in French Lick, Indiana this November! This year’s sold-out event brought together nearly 600 damage prevention professionals for three days of educational and networking opportunities. The MWDPTC featured educational sessions covering a breadth of damage prevention… Read more
There’s Still Time to Register for the 2021 MWDPTC! Register now for the 9th annual Midwest Damage Prevention Training Conference, happening Nov. 10-12 in idyllic French Lick, Indiana! Join hundreds of damage prevention professionals, such as facility operators, locators, emergency officials, excavators, regulators, engineers and more, for a week filled with the perfect mix of educational and… Read more
On Thursday, August 26th, between 10:00pm and 11:00pm, our phones will be down to conduct routine maintenance on our phone system. During this time, Emergency and Damage locates will be accepted by contacting 463-444-7410. Normal tickets can be submitted here.