Tennessee Public Utility Commission

Established in 1996, the Tennessee Public Utility Commission (TPUC) was created to meet the challenge of the changing telecommunications and utility environment. The Tennessee Public Utility Commission is charged with the responsibility of setting the rates and service standards of privately owned telephone, natural gas, electric, and water utilities.
- Tennessee Public Utility Commission

State Commissioners

Earl Taylor
Executive Director

David Jones

Robin L. Morrison
Vice Chairman

Kenneth C. Hill

Herbert H. Hilliard

Keith Jordan

Tennessee Public Utilities Commission News

Don’t make a judgment call. Make a phone call. Call 811 several days before digging to have underground utilities marked. #call811 #nsdm

It’s springtime, and with it comes the excitement of outdoor DIY projects. But before you dig below, call 811 first. #safety #nsdm

One easy call to 811 starts the process of having underground utility lines marked. Here’s how it works: https://t.co/8fPl2UKCPP #call811 #NSDM

Before digging, you can know what's below! The following colors represent the seven various utility lines: red, orange, blue, green, yellow, purple, and white. To see which colors correspond with each utility click here: https://t.co/3rZ9yPIRs2 #call811 #NSDM

No matter if you’re a contractor, landscaper or “do-it-yourselfer,” 811 works for you! Smart digging means always calling 811 before any project to have your underground utility lines marked. #call811 #NSDM

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Tennessee PUC
502 Deaderick Street
Nashville, TN 37243


Phone: 615-741-2904
Toll Free: (800) 342-8359


Updated on 2018-01-30T16:53:04+00:00, by Bailee Warsing.