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


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.


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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  • Share I'm in the "Lehi CA40" zone. In early March, Strata passed out "Construction Notification" flyers and dug a bunch of holes throughout our neighborhood. It's now two months later and they haven't been back since. I called Strata's customer service line and they told me we are in the "under construction" phase but couldn't tell me anything more. My Comcast contract just expired and my bill has now nearly doubled. It's 3x the cost of fiber and is giving me less than half the speeds of fiber. I'm trying to decide if I need to sign a new contract with Comcast or if can hold off and just eat the costs while I wait. Who do I need to contact to find out when the installation process will be completed? Thanks! on Facebook Share I'm in the "Lehi CA40" zone. In early March, Strata passed out "Construction Notification" flyers and dug a bunch of holes throughout our neighborhood. It's now two months later and they haven't been back since. I called Strata's customer service line and they told me we are in the "under construction" phase but couldn't tell me anything more. My Comcast contract just expired and my bill has now nearly doubled. It's 3x the cost of fiber and is giving me less than half the speeds of fiber. I'm trying to decide if I need to sign a new contract with Comcast or if can hold off and just eat the costs while I wait. Who do I need to contact to find out when the installation process will be completed? Thanks! on Twitter Share I'm in the "Lehi CA40" zone. In early March, Strata passed out "Construction Notification" flyers and dug a bunch of holes throughout our neighborhood. It's now two months later and they haven't been back since. I called Strata's customer service line and they told me we are in the "under construction" phase but couldn't tell me anything more. My Comcast contract just expired and my bill has now nearly doubled. It's 3x the cost of fiber and is giving me less than half the speeds of fiber. I'm trying to decide if I need to sign a new contract with Comcast or if can hold off and just eat the costs while I wait. Who do I need to contact to find out when the installation process will be completed? Thanks! on Linkedin Email I'm in the "Lehi CA40" zone. In early March, Strata passed out "Construction Notification" flyers and dug a bunch of holes throughout our neighborhood. It's now two months later and they haven't been back since. I called Strata's customer service line and they told me we are in the "under construction" phase but couldn't tell me anything more. My Comcast contract just expired and my bill has now nearly doubled. It's 3x the cost of fiber and is giving me less than half the speeds of fiber. I'm trying to decide if I need to sign a new contract with Comcast or if can hold off and just eat the costs while I wait. Who do I need to contact to find out when the installation process will be completed? Thanks! link

    I'm in the "Lehi CA40" zone. In early March, Strata passed out "Construction Notification" flyers and dug a bunch of holes throughout our neighborhood. It's now two months later and they haven't been back since. I called Strata's customer service line and they told me we are in the "under construction" phase but couldn't tell me anything more. My Comcast contract just expired and my bill has now nearly doubled. It's 3x the cost of fiber and is giving me less than half the speeds of fiber. I'm trying to decide if I need to sign a new contract with Comcast or if can hold off and just eat the costs while I wait. Who do I need to contact to find out when the installation process will be completed? Thanks!

    Roy asked 10 days ago

    Thank you for reaching out about the progress in CA40. We understand the frustration of waiting, especially with contract expirations looming. Our team is working diligently to complete the construction as swiftly as possible. Due to the dynamic nature of the project and the various factors involved, we don't have an exact timeline available at this time. The process generally takes 3-4 months from the beginning of construction until the completion of a cabinet area. Once construction in the area is complete and ready for people to connect, we will notify everyone of its completion via social media and flyers.

  • Share Where do I send in my complaint about sprinkler damage caused by strata networks? I was told they would cover any repair costs. on Facebook Share Where do I send in my complaint about sprinkler damage caused by strata networks? I was told they would cover any repair costs. on Twitter Share Where do I send in my complaint about sprinkler damage caused by strata networks? I was told they would cover any repair costs. on Linkedin Email Where do I send in my complaint about sprinkler damage caused by strata networks? I was told they would cover any repair costs. link

    Where do I send in my complaint about sprinkler damage caused by strata networks? I was told they would cover any repair costs.

    Blackwell asked 11 days ago

    Please contact our dedicated Lehi City Fiber Hotline at (385) 201-1045. They will assist with any damages to your sprinklers, landscaping, or any other concerns related to Lehi City Fiber Construction as soon as possible.

  • Share Do you have any kind of estimation for CA11? Even what month would be helpful. The men were out here "getting the poles ready". Does that mean we are close? on Facebook Share Do you have any kind of estimation for CA11? Even what month would be helpful. The men were out here "getting the poles ready". Does that mean we are close? on Twitter Share Do you have any kind of estimation for CA11? Even what month would be helpful. The men were out here "getting the poles ready". Does that mean we are close? on Linkedin Email Do you have any kind of estimation for CA11? Even what month would be helpful. The men were out here "getting the poles ready". Does that mean we are close? link

    Do you have any kind of estimation for CA11? Even what month would be helpful. The men were out here "getting the poles ready". Does that mean we are close?

    JenD asked about 1 month ago

    Thank you for reaching out. We appreciate your anticipation for the cabinet to be completed; however, due to the dynamic nature of the project, we currently don't have a specified completion date. The work in CA11 primarily involves aerial-based tasks, including preparations on the poles to bring services to our residents in the area.

  • Share My address is not showing up. Every time I type it in it flips to the opposite side of the city. I can't register because of this. on Facebook Share My address is not showing up. Every time I type it in it flips to the opposite side of the city. I can't register because of this. on Twitter Share My address is not showing up. Every time I type it in it flips to the opposite side of the city. I can't register because of this. on Linkedin Email My address is not showing up. Every time I type it in it flips to the opposite side of the city. I can't register because of this. link

    My address is not showing up. Every time I type it in it flips to the opposite side of the city. I can't register because of this.

    tdawnb asked 2 months ago

    Thank you for reaching out; we apologize for the inconvenience. There could be an issue with how your address is entered into the system on the back end. We recommend contacting the Lehi City Fiber Hotline at 385-201-1045, where we can look up the address and get you pre-registered and entered into the system.

  • Share Do I have to contact Strada to get connected to my house or do I do that thru one of the ISP's on Facebook Share Do I have to contact Strada to get connected to my house or do I do that thru one of the ISP's on Twitter Share Do I have to contact Strada to get connected to my house or do I do that thru one of the ISP's on Linkedin Email Do I have to contact Strada to get connected to my house or do I do that thru one of the ISP's link

    Do I have to contact Strada to get connected to my house or do I do that thru one of the ISP's

    gjh5219 asked about 2 months ago

    Thank you for reaching out. To sign up for Lehi City Fiber, you will need to reach out to an Internet Service Provider and request to sign up for services. We have listed all of our partnered ISPs and their contact information for review on our website at https://www.lehi-ut.gov/fiber/

  • Share When will you start construction in the Parkside Wood Side Homes, between 1500 North and 2300 West (South of 2100 North). It is labeled Zone Name: Lehi City Zone Status: Pre-Registration is Open. Thanks! on Facebook Share When will you start construction in the Parkside Wood Side Homes, between 1500 North and 2300 West (South of 2100 North). It is labeled Zone Name: Lehi City Zone Status: Pre-Registration is Open. Thanks! on Twitter Share When will you start construction in the Parkside Wood Side Homes, between 1500 North and 2300 West (South of 2100 North). It is labeled Zone Name: Lehi City Zone Status: Pre-Registration is Open. Thanks! on Linkedin Email When will you start construction in the Parkside Wood Side Homes, between 1500 North and 2300 West (South of 2100 North). It is labeled Zone Name: Lehi City Zone Status: Pre-Registration is Open. Thanks! link

    When will you start construction in the Parkside Wood Side Homes, between 1500 North and 2300 West (South of 2100 North). It is labeled Zone Name: Lehi City Zone Status: Pre-Registration is Open. Thanks!

    Edie asked 2 months ago

    Thank you for reaching out regarding the Parkside Estates area. We understand your interest in the project. After looking up the area, it appears to be part of Cabinet 20A and 20B (CA 20A-B). Currently, construction has not started in your area. Due to the project's fluid nature and other factors, we do not have a timeline available at this moment. However, rest assured that you will receive notice via postcard and door hangers once construction begins. We encourage you to pre-register at https://www.lehi-ut.gov/fiber/ or https://lehi.fibertomycity.com/ to stay updated with the latest developments. If you have any further questions, please feel free to ask.

  • Share Is there a connection fee after I sign up? on Facebook Share Is there a connection fee after I sign up? on Twitter Share Is there a connection fee after I sign up? on Linkedin Email Is there a connection fee after I sign up? link

    Is there a connection fee after I sign up?

    Steve Boyack asked 3 months ago


    Thank you for reaching out! At this time, there are no fees associated with the drop (connection from the street to the home) and basic installation inside the house. The only fees are related to the cost of service. If you have any further questions or concerns, please contact our hotline at 385-201-1045 or visit our website at https://www.lehi-ut.gov/fiber/. We're here to assist you with any inquiries you may have.  

  • Share 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. on Facebook Share 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. on Twitter Share 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. on Linkedin Email 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. link

    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 months 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.

  • Share So is there going to be a replacement for the ACP that has frozen applications and is shutting down in April due to funds. on Facebook Share So is there going to be a replacement for the ACP that has frozen applications and is shutting down in April due to funds. on Twitter Share So is there going to be a replacement for the ACP that has frozen applications and is shutting down in April due to funds. on Linkedin Email So is there going to be a replacement for the ACP that has frozen applications and is shutting down in April due to funds. link

    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 months 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.  

  • Share I'm considering buying a property in the Lehi CA3A zone. Is there an anticipate completion date for fiber in that area? on Facebook Share I'm considering buying a property in the Lehi CA3A zone. Is there an anticipate completion date for fiber in that area? on Twitter Share I'm considering buying a property in the Lehi CA3A zone. Is there an anticipate completion date for fiber in that area? on Linkedin Email I'm considering buying a property in the Lehi CA3A zone. Is there an anticipate completion date for fiber in that area? link

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

    JSH asked 3 months 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.

Page last updated: 15 Apr 2024, 11:49 AM