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Natural Gas Line Maintenance Program

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WORK NEAR YOU

We’re conducting routine natural gas line testing and maintenance throughout Colorado. Bookmark this page to check back regularly for updates.

Natural Gas Line Maintenance Program

We’re working in your community to continue to provide safe, reliable service and to enhance system resiliency during extreme weather.

We’re conducting routine natural gas operations and maintenance testing procedures and line replacements throughout Colorado to verify the integrity of our natural gas system.

Work will occur in many areas throughout Colorado. Each area will have different types of work and impacts, but we’ll provide details to you. We’re also working with agencies and jurisdictions to complete our work in each area.

Natural gas service interruptions are not expected. If this changes, we’ll communicate directly with you.

Schedule

Work is currently happening and will continue into 2024. Schedules are subject to change. Visit this website regularly for the latest information.

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How We'll Work

While we work, you may notice:

  • Temporary, partial or complete road and sidewalk closures.
  • Traffic control measures including flaggers and detours.
  • Temporary access changes.
  • Construction noise.

Our Contractors

Mears is our construction contractor. Additional contractors will work on the project.

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Our Commitment to Safety

Public safety is at the foundation of all we do. The safety of the public influences every decision we make. We take a proactive approach to public safety by implementing safety measures before, during and after construction.

Find out more about our commitment to safety.

If you ever suspect a natural gas leak, leave your location immediately. Once safely away, call 911, then Xcel Energy at 800-895-2999.

Contact Us

If you have any questions or need more project details not found on this page, connect with us via the following:

Comments? Questions?

If you have questions or comments, we want to hear from you.