Pipelines may be located anywhere, including under streets and sidewalks, and on private property. These maps shows the general locations of SoCalGas owned or operated Gas Transmission Pipelines and High Pressure (greater than 60 pounds per square inch) Gas Distribution Mains.
Natural Gas Safety
Anyone can pose a danger to your neighborhood if they’re not educated about natural gas safety. Help keep your loved ones and your community safe by being informed and prepared in the event of an emergency.
For any suspected gas emergency, or questions regarding a gas odor or carbon monoxide, please call us immediately at 1-800-427-2200. Find important information and tips on how to use natural gas safely at home and work.
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How to Recognize Natural Gas Leaks
When it comes to safety, use your senses. Look. Listen. Smell.
Call 811 before you dig. Know where pipes are prior to starting work.
Natural disasters and other emergencies can strike without warning. Be prepared at all times.
Help prevent pipeline damage and keep your neighborhood and workplace safe.