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Fiber infrastructure

In 2013, Centennial voters overwhelmingly supported the City's intention to create a new fiber broadband infrastructure for the City.  

In December 2016, the implementation of the first phase of the City's $5.7 million Fiber Master Plan began. This initial phase is being built underground and centrally, in the City, in conduit facilities, known as the Central Backbone. View a map reflecting the Central, East and West rings of the fiber backbone and where the fiber will be deployed throughout the City. Additional phases will follow and be built over the next 12 to 24 months until ultimately the fiber backbone is deployed City-wide.

July 2017 Fiber Construction Graph

Key Accomplishments

  • Completed more than 75,000 feet of construction
  • Contracts finalized for construction of the next phase, including more than 40,000 feet which completes the first ring of the fiber backbone
  • Installed the fiber shelter at the Centennial Civic Center to securely safeguard the termination point of the fiber backbone and interface equipment
  • Worked with contractors and CDOT to complete a joint build under the Arapahoe/I-25 interchange without impeding construction
  • Reviewed budget funds for the fiber backbone to ensure the project remains on track

As the City constructs its fiber backbone and continues to develop partnership opportunities, City Council has created a Fiber Commission to oversee Centennial FiberWorks, a program to implement the City’s fiber backbone. This backbone will connect and complete the City’s underground infrastructure, connecting to key City sites and other community anchor institutions. This backbone will enable both existing and new broadband providers to tie into the new infrastructure with the goal of providing better and more competitive choices and services for consumers. 

 

News from the City's fiber initiative:

Ting Internet

Ting Internet announced their plans to consider bringing high-speed internet to Centennial as their next market for their “crazy fast Internet” fiber based service available to homes and businesses. The City expects this “exploration phase” from Ting, which includes assessing demand for their services, to be complete in early 2017. The decision of where Ting would invest and build to offer internet services is entirely theirs. To let Ting know you are interested in their service by pre-ordering, visit ting.com/centennial.

Quick Contact Info:

City of Centennial
13133 East Arapahoe Road
Centennial, CO  80112

(303) 325-8000 - 24 Hour Citizen Response Center
(720) 488-0933 - Fax Number

 

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