The Web Portal allows professional excavators to submit locate requests tickets as well as search, view, update and print existing tickets, 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Member utility companies can create reports by query information such as the number of locate request tickets transmitted to their company. Click on the button below to Sign Up or Login.
Homeowner and Individual Excavator Tickets
Homeowners and Individual excavators can submit locate requests online 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Click on the button below to submit your locate request online.
Member Service Area Mapping
Member utility companies can view and update their underground service area database using the Member Service Area Mapping (MSAM) service.
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KorTerra Ticket Management
KorTerra is a web-based ticket management system available for free to all member utility companies and contract locators to increase efficiency in locating and ticket processing, while cutting costs by eliminating unnecessary manual processes. Click here for more information. Click here to Sign Up or on the button below to Login.
The Positive Response information system is an automated information system operated and maintained by MS811, that allows excavators, locators, facility owners or operators, and other affected parties to enter and/or determine the status of a locate request. Positive response to MS811 is mandated by law as of January 1, 2021. Please keep in mind that using this service only submits your response to the MS811 Positive Response system. The system does not transmit any information back to the excavator. See KorTerra Ticket Management for information about options on sending automated responses to excavators at a discounted rate for MS 811 members. If you would like to submit responses to the Positive Response system for your company, submit your Sign Up request to Joanna Henderson. You do not need a Login to search for a ticket status. Click on the buttons below to Login or search for a ticket status.
CGA’s Damage Information Reporting Tool (DIRT) supports all stakeholders by collecting and analyzing underground damage and near miss events. With your submissions, the DIRT report works to consistently depict as accurate a picture of the status of damage prevention as possible. This helps the industry in directing education, measure and trend efforts, develop best practices, and guide legislation for damage prevention.
To find information, tutorials and a registration link, click on the button below.
For any complaints regarding violations of the Mississippi Regulation of Excavation (Dig Law), click on the button below to be directed to the site.