If you live in Geneva County it is possible that a natural gas line is running along the street by your house or business. The Geneva County Gas District would like to share some safety tips with you to help identify a possible gas leak.

1) Smell - Natural gas has an odor similar to rotten eggs
2) Hear - You may hear gas blowing
3) Seeing - Natural gas is not visible to the eye, so look for dead

    grass areas, dead shrubs, and bubbles in wet areas.

1) Smell – Natural gas has an odor similar to rotten eggs
2) Hear – You may hear gas blowing
3) Seeing – Natural gas is not visible to the eye, so look for dead grass
areas, dead shrubs, and bubbles in wet areas.
1) Smell – Natural gas has an odor similar to rotten eggs
2) Hear – You may hear gas blowing
3) Seeing – Natural gas is not visible to the eye, so look for dead grass
areas, dead shrubs, and bubbles in wet areas.
SAFETY TIPS AND REPORTING A GAS LEAK

To report a gas leak, call GCGD 334-684-2284 (Mon. - Fri.) 7am to 4pm or call 911 after hours & weekends.

If you are inside and identify a gas leak: Avoid operating anything electrical (light switches, fans, phones, etc.)


1) Evacuate the building leaving doors open
2) Call from outside or neighbor's house,
never from inside!

If outside and identify a gas leak, avoid the area and call Geneva County Gas District:

334-684-2284 or call 911

SAFETY TIPS ON DIGGING:

Call 811. It is a free service that contacts all utility operators in your area to mark your lines. So, if you plan on digging or someone digging for you, give 811 a call.

It’s Easy… It’s Free… It’s the Law… Safe Digging is Smart Digging.

Geneva County Gas District has had a good safety record. Thank you for helping us keep it that way!


Geneva County Gas District has had a good safety record. Thank you for helping us keep it that way!
By answering these few questions, you will have a chance to win a Holland Stainless Steel Grill (value $1000). Just complete the questionnaire and submit it. Drawings will be held the second week of December.
Geneva County Gas District has had a good safety record. Thank you for helping us keep it that way!
By answering these few questions, you will have a chance to win a Holland Stainless Steel Grill (value $1000). Just complete the questionnaire and submit it. Drawings will be held the second week of December.

1) Smell – Natural gas has an odor similar to rotten eggs
2) Hear – You may hear gas blowing
3) Seeing – Natural gas is not visible to the eye, so look for dead grass
areas, dead shrubs, and bubbles in wet areas


2019 "Holland Grill" Drawing Winner.......Cora Hunter

Geneva, AL

Cooler Give Away


 Winners for 2019 Were:

Gary Boyd - Geneva

Kevin Miller - Hartford

Angela Bower - Samson

Tammy Green - Slocomb