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What's your 811 IQ?
Test your knowledge of natural gas safety
Small flags in your neighborhood indicate a digging project is planned, and someone has called 811 to locate underground utility lines. Texas law requires homeowners and businesses to Call 811 at least two business days before digging. Each color represents a different type of utility.
- What is Call 811?
- Direct line to CoServ Gas
- Phone number to call for gas emergencies
- Phone number to call before you dig 16 inches or more
- What year was natural gas first used in U.S.?
- When is National 811 Day?
- August 11
- September 9
- March 3
- Who is Mr Diggs?
- CoServ’s CEO
- CoServ’s safety mascot and Call 811 ambassador
- Cowboys’ 2020 NFL Draft pick
- Natural gas smells like …
- Rotten eggs
- Sour milk
- Nothing – it is odorless
- Why is it important to Call 811?
- To encourage social distancing
- To prevent damage to underground lines
- To keep 911 free for emergency calls
- When was CoServ Gas established?
- Where did CoServ Gas first deliver service?
- Flower Mound
- Highland Village
- Where can I learn more about natural gas safety?
- As A Meter Of Fact – CoServ’s new podcast
- All of the above
Answers: 1. C, 2. A, 3. A, 4. B, 5. C, 6. B, 7. C, 8. A, 9. C