Fort Collins Connexion

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Email this link

Introducing Fort Collins Connexion

Fort Collins Connexion is our new community-owned fiber network!

Fort Collins Connexion is bringing gigabit-speed internet, digital phone, and advanced video services to all residents and businesses of Fort Collins.


Latest News

Fort Collins Connexion is live!

Fort Collins Connexion officially launched on August 29, 2019. Connexion continues to light up new neighborhoods on a weekly basis. The Connexion team will notify residents and businesses directly as soon as service is available to order.

  1. Sales Door Hanger - Unless you have a no soliciting sign, you will receive a sales door hanger notifying you that service is available.
  2. Email - You will receive an email notification (if we have a valid email address on file.) Visit fcconnexion.com/residential to register your address and current email.
  3. Postcard - We will mail a postcard to your home address.


How Do I Sign Up?

Once you are notified directly that service is available at your residence or business, you can call Customer Care at 970-212-2900 or go to fcconnexion.com to sign up and schedule your installation.


Construction

Full network construction is ongoing. Residents can expect to see City crews along with the City approved contractor, Atlantic Engineering Group (AEG), installing fiber in neighborhoods around Fort Collins. Full build-out to the entire city limits will take the next 36 to 48 months.

If you have questions or concerns about construction in your neighborhood, including sprinklers and lawn restoration, please call 970-674-7800 or email FCResidents@aeg.cc

To stay up to speed (pun intended!) on this project REGISTER here. Once registered you can also ask questions in the Q&A tab and drop a pin on the PLACES MAP showing us where you would like City broadband service.

To learn more about the history of this project visit fcconnexion.com/background.


Introducing Fort Collins Connexion

Fort Collins Connexion is our new community-owned fiber network!

Fort Collins Connexion is bringing gigabit-speed internet, digital phone, and advanced video services to all residents and businesses of Fort Collins.


Latest News

Fort Collins Connexion is live!

Fort Collins Connexion officially launched on August 29, 2019. Connexion continues to light up new neighborhoods on a weekly basis. The Connexion team will notify residents and businesses directly as soon as service is available to order.

  1. Sales Door Hanger - Unless you have a no soliciting sign, you will receive a sales door hanger notifying you that service is available.
  2. Email - You will receive an email notification (if we have a valid email address on file.) Visit fcconnexion.com/residential to register your address and current email.
  3. Postcard - We will mail a postcard to your home address.


How Do I Sign Up?

Once you are notified directly that service is available at your residence or business, you can call Customer Care at 970-212-2900 or go to fcconnexion.com to sign up and schedule your installation.


Construction

Full network construction is ongoing. Residents can expect to see City crews along with the City approved contractor, Atlantic Engineering Group (AEG), installing fiber in neighborhoods around Fort Collins. Full build-out to the entire city limits will take the next 36 to 48 months.

If you have questions or concerns about construction in your neighborhood, including sprinklers and lawn restoration, please call 970-674-7800 or email FCResidents@aeg.cc

To stay up to speed (pun intended!) on this project REGISTER here. Once registered you can also ask questions in the Q&A tab and drop a pin on the PLACES MAP showing us where you would like City broadband service.

To learn more about the history of this project visit fcconnexion.com/background.


  • Particle: The US Fight For Net Neutrality Can Help Australians Get Fast Internet

    Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Email this link
    by David Young, 16 Mar 2018

    For example, the city of Fort Collins, Colorado, voted in early 2018 to build its own broadband network. The city-owned and operated network will not only uphold net neutrality, it will be faster and cheaper than the service provided by Comcast (one of the largest US telcos).

    For example, the city of Fort Collins, Colorado, voted in early 2018 to build its own broadband network. The city-owned and operated network will not only uphold net neutrality, it will be faster and cheaper than the service provided by Comcast (one of the largest US telcos).

  • Fast Company: City-Run Broadband Can Keep Net Neutrality Alive–And It’s Cheap

    Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Email this link
    by David Young, 16 Mar 2018

    It’s still tough to say how much more affordable municipal broadband networks are than standard cable services–but it is clear that they improve equitable internet access across communities.


    It’s still tough to say how much more affordable municipal broadband networks are than standard cable services–but it is clear that they improve equitable internet access across communities.


  • Second Nexus: ‘Net Neutrality’: Fort Collins, Colorado Voted to Build Its Own Net Neutral Broadband Network

    Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Email this link
    by David Young, 16 Mar 2018

    A growing roster of municipalities nationwide are building out their own broadband networks, competing with the large telecoms and providing residents choice.

    A growing roster of municipalities nationwide are building out their own broadband networks, competing with the large telecoms and providing residents choice.

  • NPR: Here and Now

    Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Email this link
    by David Young, 23 Jan 2018
    As the Federal Communications Commission moves to scrap net neutrality rules, communities like Fort Collins, Colorado, are building their own networks, and offering broadband connections to their citizens as a utility.

    As the Federal Communications Commission moves to scrap net neutrality rules, communities like Fort Collins, Colorado, are building their own networks, and offering broadband connections to their citizens as a utility.
  • NPR: Fort Collins Will Create Broadband Utility, 'Committed' To Net Neutrality

    Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Email this link
    by David Young, 23 Jan 2018

    The city of Fort Collins, Colo., will build a system to deliver "high speed next-generation broadband to the entire community," after its City Council enacted a ballot initiative that voters approved in November. The move comes despite resistance from cable and telecom companies.

    The city of Fort Collins, Colo., will build a system to deliver "high speed next-generation broadband to the entire community," after its City Council enacted a ballot initiative that voters approved in November. The move comes despite resistance from cable and telecom companies.

  • Coloradoan: Fort Collins starts mapping residents' interest in broadband

    Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Email this link
    by David Young, 23 Jan 2018

    There’s definitely a buzz about broadband in Fort Collins these days.

    Things are happening in the wake of voters' November approval of the creation of a telecommunications utility that would provide high-speed internet services.


    There’s definitely a buzz about broadband in Fort Collins these days.

    Things are happening in the wake of voters' November approval of the creation of a telecommunications utility that would provide high-speed internet services.


  • Ars Technica: After beating cable lobby, Colorado city moves ahead with muni broadband

    Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Email this link
    by David Young, 23 Jan 2018

    The city council in Fort Collins, Colorado, last night voted to move ahead with a municipal fiber broadband network providing gigabit speeds, two months after the cable industry failed to stop the project.

    The city council in Fort Collins, Colorado, last night voted to move ahead with a municipal fiber broadband network providing gigabit speeds, two months after the cable industry failed to stop the project.

  • Futurism: A Colorado Town’s Municipal Broadband Will Ensure Local Net Neutrality

    Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Email this link
    by David Young, 23 Jan 2018

    The Fort Collins City Council has voted to approve plans for a municipal broadband service. This means that residents could continue to enjoy the benefits of net neutrality even without federal legislation in place.

    The Fort Collins City Council has voted to approve plans for a municipal broadband service. This means that residents could continue to enjoy the benefits of net neutrality even without federal legislation in place.

  • Venturebeat: Fort Collins, Colorado moves ahead with civic broadband after net neutrality repeal

    Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Email this link
    by David Young, 23 Jan 2018

    The Federal Communications Commission may have voted in December to repeal net neutrality rules, but some U.S. municipalities are still eager to find ways to enshrine net neutrality principles within city limits.

    The Federal Communications Commission may have voted in December to repeal net neutrality rules, but some U.S. municipalities are still eager to find ways to enshrine net neutrality principles within city limits.

  • Collegian: Fort Collins asks community for engagement in city-run broadband project

    Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Email this link
    by David Young, 23 Jan 2018

    As part of the Fort Collins Broadband Project, community members can show where they would like to have access to future City fiber networks by dropping a pin on the online city map, according to the City of Fort Collins.

    As part of the Fort Collins Broadband Project, community members can show where they would like to have access to future City fiber networks by dropping a pin on the online city map, according to the City of Fort Collins.