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.
September 16, 2021 Update:
We are scheduling installations for this project. If you are in this project area and have not had your installation yet, please call us at (320) 834-7253 as soon as possible.
July 22, 2021 Update:
We are waiting on some equipment to come in so we can finish scheduling the installations. If you have not scheduled your site visit, please call us at (320) 834-7253 as soon as possible.
June 24, 2021 Update:
We’re well on our way to constructing individual fiber drops to each home and have started the splicing phase. If you have not scheduled your site visit, please call us at (320) 834-7253 as soon as possible.
May 26, 2021 Update:
The mainline is in and 50% of the fiber drops are complete! If you have not scheduled your site visit, please call us at (320) 834-7253 as soon as possible.
February 2, 2021 Update:
Gardonville has been awarded a Border-to-Border Broadband Grant with the Minnesota DEED Office of Broadband Development in the Town Hall Road neighborhood! 49 homes and businesses that are currently unserved with adequate internet will get fiber-optic connectivity. If you think you might live in this area, show us your interest in getting service 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.