COX Services Expanding in Yavapai County
Utilizing American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds distributed by the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors, Cox Communications is moving forward on plans to bring Cox gig internet, TV, phone, and home security and automation services, as well as business services to more than 3000 residents in Black Canyon City and Congress. Cox representatives will be presenting the plan overview to County officials and the community on November 15, 2022, and all residents are invited to attend.
Cox recently announced additional Arizona expansion projects in the city of Maricopa, Arizona City, Sun Lakes, Wickenburg, Douglas, San Manuel, Oracle, Sun Lakes and SE Sierra Vista to name a few.
WHEN: 6:oo p.m., November 15, 2022
WHERE: Congress Elementary School
26400 Tenderfoot Hill Road, Congress, AZ
WHO: Cox public affairs, sales, construction & technology representatives
Cox projects service availability in Congress beginning in mid-2023. The recently approved agreement with Cox includes an investment of $3.8 million from Yavapai County’s ARPA funds along with an investment of more than $10.5 million from Cox Communications. This agreement will allow for the expansion of more than 100 miles of fiber by Cox to serve these underserved areas of Yavapai County. Cox has begun engineering, construction design and necessary permitting for its fiber-based network and will be working with state and federal land management agencies, as well as county and local agencies to obtain necessary approvals. Black Canyon City and Congress residents will soon see work commencing in their community and can visit https://www.cox.com/getfiber to obtain status updates and express interest in Cox services.