Protecting what’s above... Starts with a call.

The call to Diggers Hotline is about more than just underground lines. It’s about knowing that playing it safe is about your family, your lifestyle and all the things that matter most. One free call and you can rest easy knowing that your project won’t involve a preventable accident.

Knowing what’s below starts here. Road map to safety

No matter how large or small the project or how deep you’re digging, underground lines pose a threat to your safety. We work with the utilities to identify these costly lines and give you a roadmap to digging safely.

Knowing what’s below starts here. Road map to safety

No matter how large or small the project or how deep you’re digging, underground lines pose a threat to your safety. We work with the utilities to identify these costly lines and give you a roadmap to digging safely.

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Know what's below.
Call or click before you dig.

Diggers Hotline helps identify costly and dangerous utilities that can be buried just inches beneath your yard’s surface. Call or click three working days before digging and have your lines marked so you can dig freely and safely.

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Emergency only: (262) 432-7910

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HOMEOWNER INFO

If you’re a homeowner looking for more info, start here.  We’ll get you started!

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Whatever the tool, whatever the project, knowing to use Diggers Hotline will help you avoid dangerous and costly mistakes by damaging underground lines.

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CONTRACTOR INFO

Start here if you’re a professional and need more information on Diggers Hotline.

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State law states that all projects that disrupt the surface require a locate request be filed with Diggers Hotline.  Professionals start here.

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DIGGERS NEWS

Diggers Hotline has all kinds of things going on these days.  Learn more here.

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From special announcements to important news for homeowners and contractors alike, Diggers Hotline has news that matters to you.    

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