Learn more about gas safety

If you smell gas

If you smell gas

Learn what to do if you suspect a gas leak.

Gas appliance safety

General Gas Safety

Learn the signs of a gas leak and what to do, how to safely operate gas appliances, and how to shut off your gas.

Call before you dig

Call before you dig

Call 811 before you dig. Stay safe, stay informed.

Carbon monoxide poisoning

Carbon monoxide poisoning

Keep your family safe with early detection.

Learn more about gas safety programs

Safety initiatives

We are committed to the communities we serve and work every day to enhance gas pipeline safety. See all of the ways PG&E safely and reliably delivers natural gas to homes and businesses across Northern and Central California.

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Gas Meter Safety Inspections

Your gas meter requires periodic and routine safety inspections, which we provide at no additional cost to you. If we have access issues when these safety inspections or any necessary work to maintain the safety of your gas meter are required, we may contact you to request access.

Get an estimate in "Your Projects"

Excess flow valves

An excess flow valve (EFV) automatically closes and significantly restricts unplanned or excessive natural gas flows if a pipeline is severed by digging. Download EFV information (PDF, 118 KB), and then complete your application in "Your Projects."