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Construction and Maintenance
5.6 Locating Underground Utilities

The locations of underground utilities can be obtained by calling the One Number Locator Service (ONLS) hotline (1(800) 424-5555) of the Utility Underground Location Center and requesting the location of underground utilities except side sewers. Staff from the center will mark the locations of all known public and private utilities in the right-of-way.  The applicant can learn the location of a side sewer through SDOT’s Street Use Section. Knowing these locations in advance may save time and money during design and construction.  Information on existing utilities and new utilities required for the project must be included on the street improvement plans submitted to Street Use.

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Chapter 5
Construction and Maintenance
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Pre-Construction Activities
5.3 Construction Inspection and Testing Procedures
5.4 Creating an Accessible and Safe Work Site
5.5 Traffic Control Requirements for In-Street Work
5.6 Locating Underground Utilities
5.7 Protection of Survey Monuments
5.8 Construction Stormwater Control
5.9 Demolition and Grading During Construction
5.10 Hazardous Materials Contamination
5.11 Excavation, Shoring, and Safety Systems During Construction
5.12 Street and Sidewalk Pavement Opening Restoration Rule
5.13 Acceptance/Warranty Procedures
5.14 Record Drawings
5.15 Annual Permits and Maintenance Responsibilities
5.16 Contact Information
   
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