Extraordinary Circumstance Declarations

Utilities can declare extraordinary circumstances when operating conditions make it impractical to comply with Chapter 556, F.S., provisions. This relieves them of the legal responsibility to locate and mark within the legal time frame. It does not relieve excavators from calling 811 to request locate tickets before digging. For more information on what happens during extraordinary circumstances, click here

Current Declarations:

Member Code - Member Name - Declaration Date

City of Riviera Beach - CRB818 - 4/24/2020
Charlotte County Utilities - Burnt Store - FWS631 - 04/24/2020
Charlotte County Utilities - NE - CCU807 - 04/24/2020
Charlotte County Utilities - SW - CC1125 - 04/24/2020
City of Daytona Beach - CDB735 - 04/24/2020
City of Graceville - CG1249 - 04/24/2020
City of North Miami - CNM529 - 04/24/2020
City of Miami Beach - CMB965 - 04/24/2020
City of Mexico Beach - MB1213 - 04/24/2020
St. Joe Natural Gas Company, Inc. - SNG803 - 04/24/2020
Lighthouse Utilities Company, Inc. - LUC855 - 04/24/2020
Utilities & Energy Services (Gas) - UC2073 - 04/24/2020
Utilities & Energy Services (RCLM WTR) - UC2084 - 04/24/2020
Utilities & Energy Services (WATER) - UC2081 - 04/24/2020
Utilities & Energy Services (CHIL WTR) - UC2083 - 04/24/2020
Town of Jupiter / Jupiter Water Systems - TOJ599 - 04/24/2020
Utilities & Energy Services (SEWER) - UC2082 - 04/24/2020
Utilities & Energy Services (SECDRY PWR/WTR) - UC2129 - 04/24/2020
University of Central Florida - UC2013 - 04/24/2020
University of Central Florida - Landscape - UC2128 - 04/24/2020
City of Tallahassee - TALWSG - 05/20/2020
Martin County Utilities - MART01 - 06/02/2020

If you’re doing storm repairs in other states, view their extraordinary circumstance declarations at the following links: