Business As Usual

NM811 is now providing call center services remotely to protect our employees and limit the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus while continuing to provide member services.   Notice of any changes in our current business practices or hours of operations will be provided and constantly updated with new developments on NM811’s website, https://www.nm811.org/

Questions for NM811 can best be addressed by emailing us at Membership@nm811.org

The NMPRC’s Pipeline Safety Bureau has informed NM811 that all state laws and regulations will remain in effect for the foreseeable future.  Please direct any questions you might have regarding current regulations, concerns or questions to:

General Assistance                                         pipeline.safety@state.nm.us

Sefie Anaya, Southern NM Region            505-231-5204
Rico Herrera, Central NM Region               505-629-3564
Joaquin Pineda, Northern NM Region      505-795-0969

Welcome to the New Mexico 811 Damage Prevention Center website.

We are a communication medium between you and the various utility companies with cables and other facilities buried underground.

Before you begin a project that includes digging, you should know what’s below!

By calling us before you dig, we are able to dispatch locators from the utilities in your area to mark the buried lines.

Our services are free and easy! You can dial 811 from your phone, or use our online web portal to submit your ticket requests online.

Still have questions? Give us a call at 505-260-1990

Our services are free and easy!

You can dial 811 from your phone, or use our online web portal to submit your ticket requests online.

New Mexico 811 Magazine

 

The New Mexico 811 Magazine is published to promote damage prevention by encouraging all stakeholders to build relationships with one another based on diversity of perspective, common goals and mutual respect.  Together we can all be successful.