Construction News for Sun City Festival Expansion

Zona Wyyerd is now constructing its world class fiber-to-the-home network in your neighborhood! You will see our crews constructing Zona Wyyerd’s 100% fiber optic network. When our construction is complete you will have access to:

High Speed Fiber Internet
Digital Phone Services

We are excited to share that we expect to start construction at the end of this month! The first parcels will be D1 and V1 (see maps below) and then we will move on to other parcels. We will be providing more details on timeframes for construction activities as we go. Please check back on this website for the latest updates on the project, construction timeframes and estimated service-ready dates.

Maps and construction schedule

Expansion Construction Schedule by Neighborhood in Sun City Festival

*Dates may shift due to weather or normal construction delays. For up to date construction updates visit fiber.events





Foothills Unit 9

Estimated August-September

Foothills Unit 11

Estimated August-September

Foothills Unit 13

Estimated August-September

Foothills Unit 5

Estimated September-October

Foothills Unit 7

Estimated September-October

Foothills Unit 3

Estimated September-October

Foothills Unit 1

Estimated September-October
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Frequently Asked Questions
Will you be digging in my yard or on my sidewalk?

Yes, it is possible. All construction will be in the Public Utility Easement which is from the back of the curb and extends into your front yard.

What are the markings on my sidewalk and yard, do you remove it after construction?

The marks on the sidewalk are to help the construction crews understand where the existing utilities are. The special paint will fade and go away with time.

What does blue stake mean?

The blue stake marks all existing utilities located on each property. Blue Stake is another name for Arizona 811 (formerly Arizona Blue Stake). Arizona 811 is a non-profit communication center that provides pre-excavation/digging notification services to prevent injuries and damage to underground utilities in accordance with statutory requirements.

Should I take pictures before you start? What should the pictures be?

We recommend all residents take pictures of their existing front yard in case it is disturbed during construction. Our contractors will also be taking project photographs prior to the start of construction. The contractors will put everything back to the original condition after construction is complete.

Will it be noisy? What hours will you be working?

Please expect a little added traffic noise and some noise from the machinery that is needed to dig out and install the new fiber optic lines. Working hours could also change due to weather throughout the building process, but a typical work day will start at 7AM and end at sunset.

How long does the construction take per street?

Construction may take up to two weeks on your street.

How long after you build can I get service to my home?

If you have received our door hanger, we are about to begin construction in your neighborhood! You can get on our installation list by calling 623-455-4555.

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28620 N El Mirage Rd,
Ste 101,
Peoria, AZ 85383

Time: Monday – Friday 8AM – 5PM

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Construction concerns or questions?
24×7 Technical Support ​(623) 455-4357
Toll Free Support ​+​1 (888) 700-0169

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