A gas leak is an emergency. The gas leak map reflects already reported leaks. If you smell gas, leave the area immediately and call 911 or 1‑800‑75‑CONED (1800-752-6633).
The Gas Leak Map reflects all reported outdoor gas leaks in Con Edison's service territory. We urge you to report any possible leaks, even if they are already reflected on the Gas Leak Map, as there could be a new or worsening leak we need to check out.
Because the map is updated every 24 hours a reported leak may not appear right away. Please be assured all leaks are made safe immediately and thoroughly inspected.
About this map
This map shows all outdoor gas leaks on streets that have been reported to Con Edison.
Search by zip code to find all the leaks in your neighborhood.
Any time a leak is reported, Con Edison will make the area safe right away.
Leak is inspected frequently to assure safety, and permanently repaired as quickly as possible. Also categorized in the gas industry as a Type 1 or Type 2 leak.
Leak poses no public safety issue. Crews inspect these leaks to make sure the area stays safe. Also categorized in the gas industry as a Type 3 leak.
We monitor and respond to gas leaks 24/7. View our infographic to learn more.
If you smell gas, leave immediately and call 911 or 1-800-75-CONED.