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Fiber to the Premise

Revised 2020.11.19

FTTP  – Phase 1

Phase 1 will consist of approximately 216 miles of fiber construction providing high speed internet availability to approximately 4,654 households. Phase 1 has been funded for Fiscal Year 2020-2021 and should be completed in calendar year 2021. FiberLync plans to start connecting subscribers in Phase 1 in early 2021.

FTTP  – Phase 2

Phase 2 will consist of approximately 179 miles of fiber construction providing high speed internet availability to approximately 2,293 households. Phase 2 is scheduled for funding in Fiscal Year 2021-2022 and should be completed in calendar year 2022. FiberLync plans to start connecting subscribers in Phase 2 in early 2022.

FTTP – Phase 3

Phase 3 will consist of approximately 45 miles of fiber construction providing high speed internet availability to approximately 539 households. Phase 3 is scheduled for funding in Fiscal Year 2022-2023 and should be completed in calendar year 2023. FiberLync plans to start connecting subscribers in Phase 3 in early 2023.

FTTP – Phase 4

Phase 4 will consist of approximately 95 miles of fiber construction providing high speed internet availability to approximately 442 households. Phase 4 is scheduled for funding in Fiscal Year 2023-2024. FiberLync plans to start connecting subscribers in Phase 4 in early 2024.

Addresses not in Phases

The current broadband internet access program is focused on areas of the county that currently do not have broadband access available.  Of the 17,459 addresses across Orange County, 9,345 that are in the Town of Orange,  Town of Gordonsville, Lake of the Woods,  neighborhoods adjacent to Greene County, and limited areas near these population centers already have broadband internet access.  The remaining addresses are located in the more rural areas of the county where homes and businesses are widely spaced, and commercial service providers have declined to provide service.