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What is aFiberCity®?

Rockford FiberCity® is more than just a superfast fiber internet connection to homes and businesses. It will futureproof the area for generations to come, bring you more choice of providers, boost its economy and enable Smart City applications to make for a great city to live, work and play.

Rockford FiberCity® is being built citywide, meaning we pass each and every home and business, enabling every household opportunity to connect, helping to close the digital divide.

What are the benefits of living in a FiberCity®?

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Upcoming EVENTS

  • Eat & Greet

    Wednesday 31st July 2024

    4.30pm - 6.30pm

    Join us on the corner of Sunrise Lane & Crosby Street!


FrequentlyAsked Questions

  • Is there a map of construction?

    There is not a map of construction available to the public right now. This is a multi-year project and we are working through the city on a zone by zone basis. You will receive a door hanger when we are due to start construction in your neighborhood.

  • Who is the internet service provider?

    You can find links to pre-register for service with your internet service provider at the top of this page.

  • What will a subscription and initial install cost?

    There is no fee to connect your home to the FiberCity® network and subscription cost depends on what service you subscribe to with your internet service provider. Please visit our internet service provider’s website for pricing.

  • Is this a City project?

    This is not a City project, this circa $200 million investment in your city is being privately funded by SiFi Networks which will digitally sustain your city’s future for generations to come.

  • I am a business, can I connect too?

    Yes! The network is available to every premise in the city. Please contact your internet service provider for further information. You can find links to pre-register with your internet service provider at the top of the page.

  • I live in a HOA can I get connected?

    Your HOA Board needs to give us permission to build in your HOA as these contain private streets. Speak to your board to see if they have signed up yet, and if not ask them to contact

    For further information please visit our HOA page.

  • I live in a multiple dwelling unit can I get connected?

    Yes! With a simple Right of Entry (ROE) contract with you landlord/property management we can bring fiber to your community! Speak to your landlord/property management company to see if they have signed up yet, and if not ask then to contact

    For further information please visit our MDU page.

  • My yard/lawn/driveway has been damaged, what do I do?

    Please contact us so that we can have your Community Relations Specialist visit to assess.