On May 25, Governor Hickenlooper signed Senate Bill 18-167 into law. Senate Bill 18-167 included the following improvements to the Colorado One Call Law:
- Creation of an enforcement agency, known as the Underground Damage Prevention Safety Commission (housed under Division of Oil and Public Safety)
- Elimination of a tiered membership and all members will be directly notified by Colorado 811
- New ticket types: Subsurface Utility Engineering tickets, Road Grading tickets
- Mandatory Positive Response through Colorado 811
- Adding a secondary excavator to locate tickets
- New facilities installed on or after August 8, 2018 must be electronically locatable
Colorado Revised Statutes 2022, TITLE 9 SAFETY – INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL went into effect on June 1, 2022.
Concerning excavation notification requirements for underground facility location in connection with county road maintenance, and, in connection therewith, specifying that…
Click here to read the proposed language for the Road Grading exemption.
Sponsors: Reps. Baisley, Hooten & Saine / Sen. Smallwood County road and bridge departments are responsible for maintaining over 100,000…
Join Colorado 811 to learn about the new One Call Legislation on Wednesday, February 13, 2019 at the Cortez City Service Center…