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2021 October Construction Update
Fall is here, which means it's time for pumpkin spice and everything else that is nice. This includes more completed ...
Fall is here, which means it's time for pumpkin spice and everything else that is nice. This includes more completed fiber and getting communities connected to fast and reliable internet from All West*. Read below to see the progress we've made this October.
Construction crews are wrapping up fiber lines on 9th West, Canyon Rd. and Garnett Street. They will then be focusing on repairs and maintenance until the spring. All other streets will be completed in 2022.
Customers on Westview, Ridgeline, Aspen Road, and Green Briar can now sign up for fiber internet.
We broke ground in Huntsville earlier this month. Construction crews are starting on N 6800 E and will be working their way East. Due to supply chain issues and permitting restrictions, customers won't get connected until summer 2022 and the project is estimated to be completed in August. This is just the first phase of construction. For the full list of streets, please see our buildout timeline.
Our team will be breaking ground in Peterson within the next few weeks. This build will be completed in three phases starting with the streets highlighted in Blue. Crews will then move to the green section followed by the red.
We have put a hold on our expansion into Granger. Due to some unforeseen circumstances, this build will start up again in the spring of 2022.
Rock Springs & Green River, WY:
Crews are performing some maintenance and adding a few nodes to help give some customers better speed.
While you’re waiting for us to complete your area, sign up early, and receive free installation ($200+ value).
*As we start to enter the winter season, our construction team will continue building until the ground freezes. Once the ground freezes, all builds will be put on hold until the spring.