If you smell gas, suspect a gas leak, or notice excessive gas pressure contact the City’s Emergency Utility Service at 513.785.7550 – available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week – or call 911 to alert emergency first responders.
Be aware that the source of a gas odor could be inside your home/business or external - gas leaks in service lines or street mains can migrate into your home or business. In addition to the smell of gas, other signs to watch for include:
Blowing dirt, bubbling water, ice formation, or an unusual area of distressed or dead vegetation on the ground above where a pipeline is located
Hissing sound near a pipeline, or in or around a building
Also, if your pilot light or burner is substantially higher than normal, this may be an indicator of excessive gas pressure.
For more detailed information on natural gas safety, click here.