WHAT ARE THE n11 DIALING CODE DEFINITIONS?
211: Allows an individual who is in need of community services
to contact the Community Information and Referral Center. The
Community Referral Center is set up to offer aid to people in need of
medical, shelter, drug and alcohol rehabilitation, etc. Their
purpose is bringing people and community services together.
411: Is a call to an operator to find a specific phone number
of a residence or business. The person or location typically must be listed
in the printed telephone book, although in some areas it is possible to be
listed in the directory assistance database, and not in the printed book.
Directory assistance cannot provide unlisted numbers or cellular telephone numbers.
A fee is charged for this service.
511: Is a National Advanced Traveler Weather and Road Condition
Information Center. Dialing 511 provided easier access to weather and
road conditions anywhere in the United States, including Utah, on a
real time basis. Travelers anywhere in the United States can access
real-time traffic and transit information and other types of
location-based travel assistance via telephone.
711: Is for individuals with hearing and speech disabilities. This service
allows these individuals to "stay connected" so that they
may participate fully in the economic and social mainstream of
American life. Moreover, this service enables individuals with
disabilities to take advantage of the broad range of
telecommunications services available today.
811: Is the national abbreviated dialing code to be used by state
One Call Notification Centers for providing advanced notice of excavation
activities to underground facility operators. A One Call Notification Center
is a communications system established by operators of underground facilities
and/or state governments in order to provide a means for excavators and the
general public to notify facilities operators in advance of their intent to
engage in excavation activities. In Utah, the One Call Notification Center is
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