Last month, our CEO Dinni Jain shared Google Fiber’s expansion plans, and asked you to stay tuned for more news about where Google Fiber is heading next. Wait no longer. Today, we’re happy to share that Google Fiber is working to build a fiber-to-the-home network in Omaha, Nebraska.
The first step is getting a license agreement, which allows us access to build in the city’s right of way, approved by the Omaha City Council. We expect that process to kick off at the Tuesday, October 4, Council meeting. Once the license agreement is approved, we’ll get right to work, with construction starting in early 2023.
With two Google data centers already in the Omaha metro area and another one under construction, Google has been a part of the community for a while. At Google Fiber, we look forward to deepening connections with Omaha’s residents and businesses by providing fast, reliable internet service. Omaha residents can sign up for more information on our website.
Posted by Rachel Merlo, Head of Government and Community Affairs, Central Region