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Scheduling of Tickets - Virginia 811’s Newest Enhancement Feature

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Are you a homeowner? Start your project here.

From fences to gardens, for any digging project, contact Virginia 811 three days before to avoid utility line damage. Our free service provides you with the approximate location of buried utility lines, ensuring a safer digging project for you and your community.

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Already have a ticket? Check your status!

Ticket Search can be used to find Virginia 811 ticket information. It can be used by excavators who have misplaced their ticket number or ticket information or homeowners who are trying to figure out why there are utility paint markings in their yard. Tickets can be found either by Ticket Number or Street Name.

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Information for Excavators

Safety is in your hands. Every dig. Every time. Whether you’re boring, ditching, grading, moving earth, pipe bursting, razing, scraping, setting poles, trenching, demolishing, or simply digging a hole, make sure you're doing your part in helping keep Virginia safe.
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Explore our dedicated section for Virginia 811 Members. Your ongoing support in our crucial mission to enhance community safety is highly valued. Meanwhile, our commitment stands strong to provide you with the latest and most valuable information to support your efforts.
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Web Ticket Entry Training

The Virginia 811 Academy is where you will find the training you need to fill out a notice of excavation. This training is referred to as Web Ticket Entry (WTE) training. The WTE application is intended for professional excavators. By using the system at this level, users become very familiar with the notification requirements. It is designed for those users with large ticket volumes.
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Events Calendar

February 27th | 9:00 am - 10:30 am
March 7th | 9:00 am - 11:00 am
March 13th | 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
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