Upcoming Maintenance: In an effort to deliver a better customer experience, a system upgrade will take place starting at 6 p.m. on December 11th. My Account functionality on ComEd.com will not be available from 6 p.m. on December 11 to 5 a.m. on December 12 due to system upgrades. We apologize for any inconvenience it may cause.
By Illinois law you must call the appropriate one-call center at least 48 hours before you dig or drive equipment into the ground. The one-call center will then notify ComEd and other utilities of the project. The utilities will mark their facilities.
Within the Chicago city limits call: "DIGGER" (Chicago Utility Alert Network) at
Outside the Chicago city limits, call "J.U.L.I.E." (Joint Utility Locating for Excavators) at
1-800-892-0123 or 811. Or you can visit their website at
Be aware that serious accidents and even fatalities can result when excavators, contractors, and others do not use proper care to avoid contact with underground and above ground electrical facilities.
In a continuing effort to reduce needless injuries, power outages, and damages, our Damage Prevention Specialists aggressively investigate contacts causing damage to electrical facilities. Taking immediate action after accidental contact is made, these specialists meet with the management of companies to explain the consequences of continued unsafe and neglectful practices. They enforce aggressive policies involving collection for damages and initiate legal intervention to stop companies that have established patterns of irresponsible work practices.
The team sponsors Damage Prevention Councils and works closely with DIGGER and J.U.L.I.E. to promote safety and damage prevention. Contact a ComEd Damage Prevention Specialist at 1-630-691-4759 or email