Iowa One Call: Dig Safely with Free Locate Requests

New Changes to the "Iowa One Call Law" Beginning July 1, 2024 Read More

The new relocate feature is now live! Click here to watch a video tutorial on how to use it.

Iowa Excavation Safety Summit

November 7, 2024 - Richard O. Jacobson Exhibition Center

Iowa’s excavators, underground utility-focused contractors, and other damage prevention stakeholders are invited to join us at the Jacobson Exhibition Center for the first state-wide Excavation Safety Summit on November 7, 2024. Join us for the ultimate experience!

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Submit & Manage Tickets

Contacting Iowa One Call is easy! Simply click one of the buttons below to submit your ticket information quickly and efficiently. You can also search to view the status and Positive Response of a ticket.

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Online Dashboards

This new feature shows you detailed ticketing statistics from across the state in a convenient interactive format.


Scheduling Tool May Help Reduce Locating Delays

Excavators can select alternative excavation start times at the time of notice. Extending the start time of an excavation can help reduce locating delays. The process is a voluntary option to the required (default) 48-hour start time.

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Online Joint Meets

Prepare and submit your joint meet requests online.

Note: The online joint meet process has replaced the dial-by-phone process).

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Professional Excavators

File tickets online, search existing tickets, and view IA rules and regulations.


Find out how to stay safe when you’re digging. Start here!

Facility Operators

View and organize locate requests, manage notification areas, and submit positive responses.


Most “normal farming operations” are exempt from Iowa One Call notification, but many other farming operations are NOT. Learn the differences here.

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