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Google Fiber was founded with the goal to make the web faster and better.
Since we launched in 2012, we’ve been humbled by the overwhelming response. We want to bring Fiber to more people and places and are starting with these cities.

  • Atlanta Atlanta
  • Austin Austin
  • Charlotte Charlotte
  • Irvine Irvine
  • Kansas City Kansas City
  • Louisville Louisville
  • Nashville Nashville
  • Phoenix Phoenix
  • Portland Portland
  • Provo Provo
  • Raleigh–Durham Raleigh–Durham
  • Salt Lake City Salt Lake City
  • San Antonio San Antonio
  • San Diego San Diego
  • San Jose San Jose
  • Atlanta, GA

    • Avondale Estates
    • Brookhaven
    • College Park
    • Decatur
    • East Point
    • Hapeville
    • Sandy Springs
    • Smyrna
  • Austin, TX

  • Charlotte, NC

  • Irvine, CA

  • Kansas City, MO

    • Fairway
    • Grandview
    • Lee's Summit
    • Lenexa
    • Merriam
    • Mission Hills
    • Mission Woods
    • Mission
    • Olathe
    • Prairie Village
    • Raytown
    • Roeland Park
    • Shawnee
    • Westwood Hills
    • Westwood
    • Gladstone
  • Louisville, KY

  • Nashville, TN

  • Phoenix, AZ

    • Scottsdale
    • Tempe
  • Portland, OR

    • Beaverton
    • Hillsboro
    • Gresham
    • Lake Oswego
    • Tigard
  • Provo, UT

  • Raleigh–Durham, NC

    • Carrboro
    • Cary
    • Chapel Hill
    • Durham
    • Garner
    • Morrisville
    • Raleigh
  • Salt Lake City, UT

  • San Antonio, TX

  • San Diego, CA

  • San Jose, CA

    • Santa Clara
    • Mountain View
    • Sunnyvale
    • Palo Alto
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  • Current Fiber city
  • Upcoming Fiber city
  • Potential Fiber city
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How we bring Fiber to a city

Planning and building a new network from scratch takes time – and we want to work closely with every city to map out and understand all possible local needs and challenges.

  • It’s a joint effort.

    We work alongside city leaders to explore bringing Google Fiber to their area. This means reviewing infrastructure - roads, underground utility paths, and even permitting capabilities, to make sure cities are ready to design and build a brand new network.

  • Designed from scratch.

    Every mile of this super-fast network has to be planned – we can’t just put it anywhere. We use the data shared with us to create a map of where we can build (based on existing utility poles and water, gas, and electricity lines).

  • We do some heavy lifting.

    With our plan in place, we start the hard work of stringing and laying thousands of miles of brand new, state-of-the-art fiber optic cable. We will lay enough new fiber in the area to reach from here to Canada, and you will see our engineers and crews in the streets for a long time.

  • We bring fiber to your home.

    We complete the process by connecting qualified fiberhoods to the new network and installing service in homes and businesses.

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