Please note the map above is only a representation and not an exact location of our construction route.
Building a fiber-optic network in your neighborhood takes months of planning, ordering equipment, scheduling contractors, coordinating with homeowners, getting easements, splicing, networking, and plenty of other hoops to jump through before we can schedule your install. We promise we’re working as quickly and efficiently as possible to bring you the fiber-optic experience you’ve been waiting for. Learn about what to expect here.
October 18, 2021 Update:
We are finishing up with the mainline and individual fiber drops. We will be moving on to the splicing phase.
June 29, 2021 Update:
We are very excited to be moving ahead with our Hagedorn Road project! Before we can start digging, we first need to schedule a site visit. A Gardonville technician will meet with you to discuss how the fiber-optics will be brought up to your home. They will mount a nid on the exterior of your house, and you’ll discuss any privately owned underground facilities (pet fences, sprinkler systems, well, septic systems, electricity, etc).
If you haven’t scheduled your site visit, but we’ve been trying to reach you, please call us at (320) 834-7253.
June 2, 2021 Update:
The Hagedorn Road Project is in the hopper for 2021-2022 construction! We’re passing 3 co-op members’ homes or businesses with fiber-optic cable. We’re doing our best to get fiber-optics delivered to your neighborhood as quickly as possible. While you wait, we get busy! We’re planning construction areas, working with local authorities for permits, engineering your network and lots of other behind the scenes work. In the meantime, show us your interest by filling out our form here.
Become a Neighborhood Advocate
We’re looking for people to partner with us in our efforts to provide rural and unserved areas with reliable internet. If you’re interested in leading the charge in your neighborhood, talk to us about becoming a Neighborhood Advocate. We’ll provide you with the materials you’ll need to go door-to-door to visit with your neighbors, so they can be informed and get on board, too.