Rochester Neighborhood Status Map
Is Greenlight available in your neighborhood?
Want to know where your neighborhood is in the process? Search your address on our new interactive map!
How Greenlight Districts are Identified and Built
The map shows the pre-order progress, construction status, and service availability of our Greenlight Districts. Here is what each status level represents:
The map shows the order progress, construction status and service availability of Greenlight Districts. Here’s what each status level represents:
Serviceable – Our network is built and service is available in your Greenlight District! Place your order to get installed and go faster with Greenlight!
Construction in Progress – Our construction team is building our fiber-optic network in your neighborhood. This includes aerial construction (attaching fiber to the utility poles in your neighborhood) and underground construction (installing conduit and fiber-optic cable along an underground path in the town right of way using a surface launched drilling rig.) Learn more about how a fiber-optic network is built. Be sure to place your order to be installed while our construction team is in the neighborhood.
2022 Construction –We have announced our construction schedule for 2022 and your district is on the list! We are accepting pre-orders for your district. Our team is working to obtain easements and permits required for construction as well as preparing the utility poles in your neighborhood for our fiber. We do not have an exact date of when construction will begin, but we will email updates to you as progress continues in your district.
Accepting Pre-Orders – We are accepting pre-orders in your district. We are currently evaluating the network design and engineering specifications, construction costs, and conditions, as well as permits and easement requirements for your district.
Easements Required – In many cases where underground construction is required, we need to get permission in the form of an easement to cross a property to access utility poles. Without an easement, there may be some blocks in a Greenlight District that we cannot complete during our construction phase. This is the primary reason we need to create multiple phases and expansion Greenlight Districts. If you have any questions regarding easements for your neighborhood, please check out our easements page or email us at email@example.com.
Pre-Construction– Our engineering team is designing the network, acquiring access from the utility pole owners, preparing space on the utility poles for our fiber, and obtaining required easements from homeowners.
Under Evaluation-We are currently evaluating the network design and engineering specifications, construction costs and conditions, as well as permits and easement requirements for your district.
Looking to bring Greenlight Networks to your neighborhood?
We have created a variety of tools and resources for you to help educate your community on Greenlight Networks.
New York State has also rolled out a broadband assessment survey to help with better understanding the issues relating to broadband availability across the State. For more information and to participate in this survey please visit www.empirestatebroadband.com.
Greenlight’s Construction Process
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