Sturgeon County, along with its private sector partner, Canadian Fiber Optics Corporation (CFOC), continues to move forward with Phase 1 of the broadband initiative, which includes fibre installation to residences and businesses in hamlets, subdivisions, and business parks along the fibre route in the southwest corner of the County.
The fibre installation route has been finalized and construction expected to start in the spring of 2022.
Core Service Area: If you own property in a subdivision, hamlet or along the fibre service route, you will have access to the fibre network. Business parks will also have access to the county's network. If you choose to use an internet service provider on the network, you will notice greatly increased service speeds and reliability. Learn more.
Extended Service Area: If you are not on the designated fibre service route, you still have options to receive the fibre to your location. Learn more.
Sign the Access Agreement today!
Part of the construction approval process is signing an Access Agreement. The Digital Access Agreement can be filled out online, please note that in order to submit online or through email you will need to confirm your submission, please check your inbox for the final confirmation email to complete the submission of your Access Agreement.
If you prefer to fill the form out offline it can be downloaded here, and returned by email, regular mail, or dropped off at Sturgeon County Centre at 9613-100 Street, Morinville, Alberta, T8R 1L9. Construction is starting soon and we need your signed Access Agreement in place by August 2 to ensure broadband fibre is installed on your property.