Our Fiber Ready

In the Kentucky I71 Connected region two sites are identified as Fiber Ready.  Owen County Industrial Park offers up to 45 acres on a ready site with all utilities available. 

Henry County Commerce Park as of September 21, 2016 has been designated AT&T Fiber Ready.  This park offers up to 47 acres with all utilities available.

This means ready access to AT&T's world-class fiber network at your facility.  With this designation, you can confidently obtain high speed, reliable and secure internet connectivity. It means you can access mobility and backup solutions including videoconferencing, Virtual Private Networks and the cloud. You can employ salable business and technology services that can grow over time as needed by your business model. You can enjoy an all-in-one network that can carry video, voice and data.

Kentucky Wired is the state wide initiative to bring world class broadband to the Commonwealth. This initiative will create a backbone that will incorporate the I-71 Corridor as well as placing Nodes in New Castle in Henry County and Owenton in Owen County. See the map below.

 

This initiative will include Cincinnati Bell how will improve its existing network and construct 166 miles of fiber optic cable in

Kenton, Boone, Pendleton, Grant and Gallatin counties as well as the communities of Falmouth, Williamstown, Newport, Covington, Florence, Erlanger, Highland Heights, Fort Mitchell, Fort Thomas and Warsaw.

Click map for KY Broadband map view.  Enter location to zoom and information on Broadband providers will be listed.

 Carroll County Community Development Corporation

511 Highland Ave.

PO Box 334

Carrollton, Kentucky 41008 | USA 

Shelby Miles, MPA

Executive Director

(502) 662-1426

shelby.miles@carrollcountyky.com

 

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