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Pipeline Safety Division - Pipeline Location Request

Pipeline Location Requests are typically submitted to State Fire Marshal (SFM) as part of an initial environmental site assessment. SFM receives over 1,300 Pipeline Location Requests per year. Many of these requests do not have SFM jurisdictional hazardous liquid pipelines at or near the location. In order to provide pipeline location information more efficiently, the State Fire Marshal has compiled a list of counties without SFM jurisdictional hazardous liquid pipelines.

Consult the lists below prior to submitting a Pipeline Location Request to the State Fire Marshal.

There are NO pipelines jurisdictional to the State Fire Marshal within the following Counties:

ALPINE MODOC
AMADOR MONO
CALAVERAS MONTEREY
COLUSA NAPA
DEL NORTE PLUMAS
EL DORADO SAN BENITO
GLENN SANTA CRUZ
HUMBOLDT SHASTA
INYO SISKIYOU
LAKE SONOMA
LASSEN TEHAMA
MARIN TRINITY
MARIPOSA TUOLUMNE
MENDOCINO -

If your Pipeline Location Request falls in one of the counties listed above and you need an official response from the State Fire Marshal.   Click here



Counties WITH SFM Jurisdictional Hazardous Liquid Pipelines

ALAMEDA SAN DIEGO
BUTTE SAN FRANCISCO
CONTRA COSTA SAN JOAQUIN
FRESNO SAN LUIS OBISPO
IMPERIAL SAN MATEO
KERN SANTA BARBARA
KINGS SANTA CLARA
LOS ANGELES SIERRA
MADERA SOLANO
MERCED STANISLAUS
NEVADA SUTTER
ORANGE TULARE
PLACER VENTURA
RIVERSIDE YOLO
SACRAMENTO YUBA
SAN BERNARDINO -

If your Pipeline Location Request falls in one of the counties listed above and you need additional information please follow the instructions below.



Pipeline Location Request

To submit a Pipeline Location Request to the State Fire Marshal please fax the following information to Lisa Dowdy at (916) 263-3399:

Company Name, Address, Phone Number, Fax, and Email
Name, Title, and Email of person requesting the information

Location Address or Cross Street with Zip Code
OR
Thomas Bros. Guide: County, Page, and Grid Number

And
A map of the location-if available

This request process is not to be used in place of the mandatory one-call notification system in your area.
REMEMBER:
The One-Call Notification System MUST be utilized prior to any excavation activities in order to alert underground facility operators.


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