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Resources for Local Leaders, Public Works, Permitting &Permitting, planning and excavation decisions impact individuals living and working near SourceGas pipelines. Use the resources below to learn more about our pipelines in your community and how you can protect your community through safe digging practices and informed permitting and planning practices and decisions.
Resources for Permitting & PlanningPermitting and planning decisions impact individuals living and working near SourceGas pipelines. Use the resources below to integrate information about pipeline location, consultation zones and other best practices into our permitting and planning practices and decisions.
SourceGas participates in the Pipelines Nearby, a web-based application that provide access to information about our natural gas gathering, transmission and distribution pipelines for public officials, emergency responders and the general public.
Enter a specific address or use the online map to select a location to learn more about the proximity to SourceGas pipelines and information about those lines including whether or not it is odorized.
National Pipeline Mapping System TutorialClick here to play (8:00)
Learn how to use the National Pipeline Mapping System to identify the general location of transmission pipelines in your community and to request GIS mapping files. Produced by the U.S. Department of Transportation Pipeline & Hazardous Material Administration.
Land Development in Close Proximity to Transmission PipelinesClick here to view (2.8 MB PDF)
Brochure for local governments regarding recommended practices for planning, permitting and development near underground transmission pipelines. Developed by the Pipelines and Informed Planning Alliance (PIPA).
Pipelines and Informed PlanningClick here to view (87 KB DOCX)
Alliance Evaluation Worksheet for Local Governments
Worksheet for local government planning and permitting officials. Designed for use when permitting development near existing transmission pipelines. Developed by the Pipelines and Informed Planning Alliance (PIPA).
Pipelines and Informed Planning Alliance Summary Report for County OfficialsClick here to view (3.6 MB PDF)
Summary of recommendations and best practices from the Pipelines and Informed Planning Alliance’s November 2010 report for permitting, planning and development near transmission pipelines. Prepared by the National Association of Counties (NACo).
Land Use and Development ChecklistClick here to view (126 KB PDF)
Checklist for planning, design, communication, permitting and site plan review for projects near existing transmission pipelines. Developed by the Pipelines and Informed Planning Alliance (PIPA) for use by permitting and planning officials.
Pipelines and Informed Planning Alliance Report & RecommendationsClick here to view (4.9 MB PDF)
Final report and recommendations developed by the Pipelines and Informed Planning Alliance (PIPA). Includes recommended practices to help in making decisions about what, where and how to build safely near transmission pipelines.
Pipeline Risk and its Application to Local Development DecisionsClick here to view (1.4 MB PDF)
Report developed by the U.S. Department of Transportation Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration to assist local governments and developers in better understanding pipeline risks and to provide a context for the use of recommended practices for development permitting near existing hazardous liquids and gas transmission pipelines.
Resource for Safe Digging
& One Call Requirements
Five Steps to Safe DiggingClick here to play
Provides an overview of the 811 process and best practices for safe excavation near pipelines and other underground utilities. Developed by the Common Ground Alliance.
Five Steps to Safe DiggingClick here to play
Spanish-language video that provides an overview of the 811 process and best practices for safe excavation near
pipelines and underground utilities. Developed by the Common Ground Alliance.
811 Call Process VideoClick here to play (1:59)
This video reviews the information requested when you call 811 to initiate a One Call ticket. Developed by the Common Ground Alliance.
Excavation Safety GuideClick here to view
Booklet with poster, overview of legal requirements and tips for pre-marking and backfilling created by the
Pipeline Association for Public Awareness.
Additional websites withwww.sourcegas.pipelinesnearby.org
Learn more about our pipelines in your community using Pipelines Nearby, a web application that locates our transmission and larger distribution lines, including un-odorized lines, in relation to the address you specify.
View a map of transmission pipelines in your community. Click “PIMMA” to request password-protected access to download GIS map files. Managed by the U.S. Department of Transportation.
Resources for permitting and planning officials developed by the Pipelines and Informed Planning Alliance (PIPA).
Reference resources for local government officials provided by the Pipeline Safety Trust.