Lehi Fiber Network

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Lehi City is in the process of building a fiber-optic broadband network to provide high-speed Internet services to its community. After completing a Fiber Feasibility Study (see the study under the documents tab), Lehi City engaged in a competitive process to hire a company to design, construct, and operate a fiber network. This page will provide information and updates throughout the duration of the project.

This fiber network can bring you many benefits including:

  • Multi-Gig Internet Speeds
  • Virtually Unlimited Bandwidth Potential
  • A More Reliable Internet Connection

Are you interested in fiber? Get one step closer by visiting lehi.fibertomycity.com or by registering your address below. By pre-registering, you’ll receive updates about the fiber project, including when construction is set to begin in your area. Plus, pre-registering could help bring fiber to you faster because the interest shown on this platform will be one of the factors that will influence the buildout schedule.

Enter Your Address to Pre-Register


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Residential Pricing

Prices vary based on your selected Internet Service Provider (ISP). You can visit each ISP’s website to get more specific pricing as they come to your area.


Business Pricing

Because each business is unique, Internet Service Providers (ISP) will provide specific quotes to meet your needs. See our ISPs below.


Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP)

We are excited that the Internet Service Providers (ISP) are all participating in the ACP program and look forward to getting service to those in need. Here’s a brief summary of how the ACP program works:

  1. Residents qualify and apply to participate in the ACP program through the Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
    • Someone is typically eligible if they already receive assistance including through the Free and Reduced-Price School Lunch Program, SNAP, Medicaid, Federal Housing Assistance, SSI, WIC, etc.
  2. To see who a more complete list of who is eligible and how to apply, visit https://www.fcc.gov/acp
  3. Residents apply for the ACP benefit through their selected ISP
  4. Resident receives a discount of up to $30 on their monthly ISP bill


Internet Service Providers

At the Lehi Fiber Groundbreaking Ceremony, Mayor Johnson announced the Internet Service Providers (ISP) that will be working with Lehi Fiber pending contract negotiations. Residents will have multiple options and will be able to choose the best internet service provider for their situation. Meet your providers below!


ISP Websites:

Beehive Broadband

CentraCom

Intellipop

SumoFiber

XMission


Construction Updates

Please visit lehifibernetwork.gov for project updates.


Lehi City is in the process of building a fiber-optic broadband network to provide high-speed Internet services to its community. After completing a Fiber Feasibility Study (see the study under the documents tab), Lehi City engaged in a competitive process to hire a company to design, construct, and operate a fiber network. This page will provide information and updates throughout the duration of the project.

This fiber network can bring you many benefits including:

  • Multi-Gig Internet Speeds
  • Virtually Unlimited Bandwidth Potential
  • A More Reliable Internet Connection

Are you interested in fiber? Get one step closer by visiting lehi.fibertomycity.com or by registering your address below. By pre-registering, you’ll receive updates about the fiber project, including when construction is set to begin in your area. Plus, pre-registering could help bring fiber to you faster because the interest shown on this platform will be one of the factors that will influence the buildout schedule.

Enter Your Address to Pre-Register


Pre-Register Now


Residential Pricing

Prices vary based on your selected Internet Service Provider (ISP). You can visit each ISP’s website to get more specific pricing as they come to your area.


Business Pricing

Because each business is unique, Internet Service Providers (ISP) will provide specific quotes to meet your needs. See our ISPs below.


Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP)

We are excited that the Internet Service Providers (ISP) are all participating in the ACP program and look forward to getting service to those in need. Here’s a brief summary of how the ACP program works:

  1. Residents qualify and apply to participate in the ACP program through the Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
    • Someone is typically eligible if they already receive assistance including through the Free and Reduced-Price School Lunch Program, SNAP, Medicaid, Federal Housing Assistance, SSI, WIC, etc.
  2. To see who a more complete list of who is eligible and how to apply, visit https://www.fcc.gov/acp
  3. Residents apply for the ACP benefit through their selected ISP
  4. Resident receives a discount of up to $30 on their monthly ISP bill


Internet Service Providers

At the Lehi Fiber Groundbreaking Ceremony, Mayor Johnson announced the Internet Service Providers (ISP) that will be working with Lehi Fiber pending contract negotiations. Residents will have multiple options and will be able to choose the best internet service provider for their situation. Meet your providers below!


ISP Websites:

Beehive Broadband

CentraCom

Intellipop

SumoFiber

XMission


Construction Updates

Please visit lehifibernetwork.gov for project updates.


Ask a Question

Ask a question about the project. You may submit a question here or call Staff using the contact information above. Questions and answers will be posted to the site.  

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    When will CA31 be completed with construction. Also can we start picking an ISP and connection date to the house. With no help for internet financial help is it possible to lower the ISP rates.

    Jimbo asked 3 days ago

    We don't have an exact timeline yet on when you'll be able to connect. Once the construction in the area is complete and ready for people to connect to the Lehi Fiber Network, we'll email those who pre-registered and mail a postcard to everyone letting you know that it's time to sign up. You can go to our website to view the different internet service provider (ISP) options and make your selection. You will contact the ISP directly to schedule an installation of the fiber network in your home. If you have not yet pre-registered, we recommend you do at https://lehi.fibertomycity.com/. We do not currently have a plan to lower rates since ACP is ending.

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    So is there going to be a replacement for the ACP that has frozen applications and is shutting down in April due to funds.

    Jimbo asked 3 days ago

    We are currently unaware of other programs that will replace ACP. Barring additional funding from Congress, April is expected to be the last month enrolled households will receive the full benefit.  

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    I'm considering buying a property in the Lehi CA3A zone. Is there an anticipate completion date for fiber in that area?

    JSH asked 14 days ago

    Thank you for reaching out. Currently, CA 3A is listed as 'Construction in progress.' Due to the dynamic nature of the project and other factors, we're unable to provide an estimated completion date at this time. To stay informed, we recommend pre-registering on our website at https://www.lehi-ut.gov/fiber/ or https://lehi.fibertomycity.com/. By pre-registering, you'll receive the latest project updates via email.

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    When will jordan willows section 3 be completed?

    Nico K. asked 24 days ago

    Section 3 of Jordan Willows is in the final construction phase and will soon progress to the next phase. To stay informed about your area's latest updates and progress, we recommend visiting either https://www.lehi-ut.gov/fiber/ or https://lehi.fibertomycity.com/. These websites provide up-to-date information on the project's status and developments in your neighborhood.

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    If I have a rental property in Lehi, should I sign up for service or should my tenants who occupy the unit sign up?

    DaveM asked 29 days ago

    Thank you for reaching out! Rental property owners have the flexibility to decide whether they want to sign up for Lehi City Fiber service and have the bill sent to them or allow tenants to sign up. However, tenants must obtain permission from the rental owner to subscribe to the service.  

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    CA11 has been reported as in "Final Design and Planning" with the aerial make ready work done since June 2023. Why is it taking so long to actually start construction?

    EricM asked about 1 month ago

    Thanks for reaching out! Cabinet 11 is experiencing delays, but we're gearing up for construction in the next few months. Pre-register at https://www.lehi-ut.gov/fiber/ to stay updated. We appreciate your patience as we work to bring fiber internet to Lehi!  

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    What is the estimated installation timeline for the Holbrooks Farms neighborhood, north of 2100 N., near the new Children's Hospital?

    SBrown333 asked about 1 month ago

    Thank you for reaching out. As of now, we don't have a set timeline for the Holbrook Farm neighborhood. Our team is diligently working to introduce fiber internet to your area at the earliest convenience. We recommend visiting https://www.lehi-ut.gov/fiber/ or  https://lehi.fibertomycity.com/ to pre-register and stay in the loop about our service expansion. This ensures you receive personalized notifications when our services extend to your neighborhood. Feel free to contact us with further questions; we're here to assist you.  

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    When is Jordan Willow area going live with fiber?

    ash asked about 1 month ago

    The Jordan Willows Community is located within the cabinet labeled CA 4A&B areas and is currently in the construction phase. However, our timeline is very fluid, and we do not have an estimated time frame for completion. When the fiber network becomes available in your area, the city will announce it through social media and flyers; Internet Service Providers will call to notify you of its availability. We recommend watching the Lehi City fiber website at https://www.lehi-ut.gov/fiber/ and https://lehi.fibertomycity.com/ for future updates.

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    I asked before but there was no specific response given, just a general response that didn’t answer the question: Why are rates so high? The 5 ISPS aren’t competing with each other they are rallying around the same inflated rates. Many of these ISPS are charging more in Lehi than they do anywhere else. It’s as if the Lehi model is protecting their higher prices rather than encouraging competition. So my question is, why are we paying for the infrastructure with tax dollars and paying higher service prices for internet. This seems to be a double hit to Lehi residents.

    Sophos asked about 2 months ago

    The ISP pricing on the Lehi City Fiber network reflects competitive rates specific to our local market. These prices encompass ISP fees, infrastructure costs, and associated expenses. It's possible that pricing structures in other markets might not include these components within their listed prices or may have additional fees on top. This helps to ensure our residents receive reliable, high-quality internet services without unexpected costs.  

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    I thought this project was supposed to get rid of “monopolies” and get these ISP’s charge way more (collectively) than other ISP’s in the area. Sumo is charging $30 more per month in Lehi than they are in ALL OF THEIR OTHER MARKETS! Lehi residents are paying for all the infrastructure then getting taken advantage of on the rates. This doesn’t make sense.

    sophos asked about 2 months ago

    Thank you for expressing your concerns about the Lehi City Fiber project. Through this project, we aim to provide an Open Access fiber network, enabling multiple ISPs to offer different services and prices. at this time, there are five different ISPs to choose from (Beehive Broadband, CentraCom, Intellipop, Sumo, and Xmission.) This open network empowers residents to choose from various providers, encouraging competitive pricing and service quality. Your feedback is valuable as we work to ensure high-speed internet and excellent customer service for all Lehi residents.

Page last updated: 25 May 2023, 01:35 PM