The Blue Stakes "Online Ticket Revision" application may be used to perform any one of the following actions as long as the information appearing on the existing locate request (ticket) does not need to be modified or edited:
1. "UPDATE" an existing locate request:
Locate requests are valid for 14 calendar days. Locate requests are required to be updated for excavations lasting longer than this. Use the UPDATE TICKET button to do this on the next screen at least 2 business days before the expiration of the original locate request.
If the allowable time to submit an update request has passed, use the NEW TICKET button on the next screen to submit a new request containing the same information from the previous ticket.
2. "RE-MARK" an existing locate request:
This application may be used to request a "RE-MARK" if utility markings are no longer clearly visible. Facility operators are required to respond within 2 business days to re-mark their facilities. This application may also be used to submit a new request if the allowable time to submit a "RE-MARK" request has expired.
3. "CANCEL" an existing locate request:
Locate requests may be cancelled using this application as long as the "Locate By" date and time has not yet expired on the request to be cancelled.
4. "VIEW" an existing locate request:
This application may be used to view the information of any of your locate requests processed within the last 350 days.
The ticket number and the phone number used when the original ticket was processed must be provided to access these applications. A valid email address must also be provided to facilitate Blue Stakes sending a confirmation of the request to the submitter.
If you are unable to meet ALL of these requirements, please exit this application and dial 811 or (800) 662-4111 to process your request during normal business hours (Monday - Friday 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., except holidays).
Requests submitted using this application are not valid until a "Successfully Submitted" message and the ticket and revision number are displayed.
If you are unable to use this new version, click here
to access the old version.