"Miss Utility" is a free service that notifies member utilities to locate and mark all buried utility lines on your property using safety paint or flags. Knowing where all the lines are buried before you dig can avoid damaging a utility line that could cause serious injury, costly repairs, or service outages for you and your neighbors. It is important to note that the Town of Leesburg did not install your water and sewer service lines between your home and the property line. Our responsibility is generally from the water main and sewer main in the street to the property line. Water and sewer service lines on private property are the responsibility of the homeowner and will not be marked by "Miss Utility".
Homeowners or professional excavators who are planning excavation that will occur at a single address may use va811.com/single-address-tickets.
For more information regarding pipeline safety, preventing pipeline damage, and how to recognize and respond to a pipeline leak, please visit http://www.pipelinesafetyinfo.com/. This site also includes information regarding Transmission Pipeline Mapping. The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Office of Pipeline Safety has developed the National Pipeline Mapping System (NPMS) to provide information about gas transmission and liquid transmission operators and their pipelines. The NPMS Web site is searchable by zip code or by county and state, and can display a county map that is printable. For a list of pipeline operators with pipelines in your area and their contact information, go to https://www.npms.phmsa.dot.gov/.
Please click Pipeline Resources and Information and Government / Regulatory Agencies for more documentation and links compiled by Pipeline Safety.