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.

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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 Update

We are thrilled to announce that the very first area of the Lehi City Fiber Network is moving into the construction phase. Construction crews will be in this area working on placing the mainline fiber. You can see this area on the map below.

A lot goes into building a fiber network. While there are many pieces to connecting residents to fiber, we are excited to take this big step! It is anticipated that the first customers will be connected by Spring 2023.

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 Update

We are thrilled to announce that the very first area of the Lehi City Fiber Network is moving into the construction phase. Construction crews will be in this area working on placing the mainline fiber. You can see this area on the map below.

A lot goes into building a fiber network. While there are many pieces to connecting residents to fiber, we are excited to take this big step! It is anticipated that the first customers will be connected by Spring 2023.

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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    I am registered and live in the Phase 1 area. How will I be contacted to confirm installation?

    Brian asked 2 days ago

    Internet Service Providers (ISP) will be contacting residents and businesses as we progress through construction and prepare to install drops. You will select your desired ISP and coordinate your install through them.

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    I saw this question asked previously, but the answer didn't completely answer the question so I'll ask it again to get the answer clearly illustrated on this forum: Will newer developments like Holbrook Farms be included in the current plan? If yes, would it be possible to get an updated map outlining all the areas in blue that will be receiving Fiber?

    elias asked 9 days ago

    Yes, the network will be built to all of Lehi with the exception of Traverse Mountain. If you go to https://lehi.fibertomycity.com/ and click on "Service Areas," you'll see a map of the entire project area. The map on this page includes only the initial phase.

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    For the 250 Mbps plan it shows the price is approx. $65/mo. I noticed that for other cities the bill is split into the provider bill (approx. $35/mo) and the lease/municipal fees ($30/mo). Is that the case here? Does that $65/mo include both? Or will there be a lease/municipal fee on top of the $65/mo?

    clarsen asked 24 days ago

    The listed price includes all portions of the payment. So in your example, the $65 is the total monthly cost and there will not be any additional fees, unless you sign up for additional services with your ISP.

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    Are these prices monthly? It does not state clearly. If they are monthly, are there considerations to making these prices competitive? I currently pay $25 a month for great internet and I don't think anyone is going to switch service providers at these rates. I was really looking forward to lower costs from the fiber option and not higher costs.

    dhulet asked 29 days ago

    Yes, the listed prices are monthly. We conducted market research before setting pricing to make sure that our prices are competitive for our speeds and service. For those who need financial assistance, the Affordable Connectivity Program is available (https://www.fcc.gov/acp).

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    Will fiber be installed in Traverse Mountain? Need better options in the development.

    Matt asked 27 days ago

    At this point we will not be able to make it available to Traverse Mountain residents due to the existing easement.

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    Pricing seems to be basically the same for all the providers. What is the difference if they’re all the same hardware and price?

    SGF asked 27 days ago

    Internet Service Providers (ISP) will offer additional options that will differentiate them from each other. Please visit their websites to get more information.

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    Are Highland residents eligible for this?

    asked 29 days ago

    The Lehi Fiber Network is only available to Lehi residents and businesses.

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    Google fiber prices are better. Why did you choose STRATA knowing that end users will have to pay a steeper price compared to what Google offers? I’m sure you had good reasons to choose STRATA and not Google, but they are not completely clear to me. Thanks

    Alex asked about 1 month ago

    Some options presented to the City were not fiscally sustainable nor mutually beneficial to the community. STRATA Networks was selected for multiple reasons including its willingness to partner with the City. By partnering with STRATA, any revenues above what is needed to cover bond payment can be kept within Lehi and ultimately benefit our community. After the bonds are paid off, it's possible that prices could decrease. By building the network with STRATA, we will also have multiple Internet Service Providers (ISP) which will create a more competitive environment.

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    Why are there no options for lower speeds? Some of us would prefer a lower bill and a 100MB connection.

    Jimmy asked about 2 months ago

    The cost to provide service is very similar for speeds 250 Mbps and less and therefore would not result in much cost savings to customers. If customers need help paying for internet, the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) is available. You can learn more about ACP here: https://www.fcc.gov/acp.

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    Will new construction communities like Holbrook Farms be included in the current fiber plans? Can we expect to have Fiber available in the 36 month window or possibly sooner since construction is being done currently?

    Spork asked about 2 months ago

    Details are still being worked out for new construction. Please watch our posts and announcements for new information relating to which areas will be next. 

Page last updated: 01 Feb 2023, 03:27 PM