Comcast Fiber Optic Project Work in Eagle
For the Week of 04/25/2022
Several important updates below, so please review closely…
- Two new areas of Town are now serviceable. Residences along the streets below can now sign up for Comcast service:
- Haystacker Dr (West of Eagle Ranch Dr)
- Sawmill Cir
- Robins Egg
- Portion of Eagle Ranch Rd near Robins Egg
- Overnight road closures for aerial work. Overnight road closures will continue through the middle of the week along Eby Creek Rd and Highway 6 as crews complete aerial road crossings. This work is taking place between the hours of 12:00am and 5:00am.
- Construction activity picking up in the coming weeks. This week, five new areas of the map, primarily in the downtown area, are moving from RED to ORANGE as crews begin installing aerial lines and performing some underground work. The following streets and surrounding areas will be impacted:
- W 2nd St through W 7th St
- Broadway (between Hwy 6 and W 7th St)
- Wall St (between W 2nd St and W 7th St)
- Washington St (between W 3rd St and W 7th St)
- McIntire St (between W 4th St and W 7th St)
- W 5th Rd (between W 5th St and W 7th St)
- Castle Dr
- Prince Alley
- Chambers Ave (between Eby Creek Rd and Stout House Coffee location)
- Sawatch Rd (between Eby Creek Rd and Hedrick Construction location)
- Resumption of underground construction work. The weather and ground conditions are continuing to improve, and as such, crews will begin resuming underground installation work. As noted above, some of the work to be performed in the coming week will include underground work, but it will be limited in scope. As of this update, we will be moving to bi-weekly updates to keep residents and businesses apprised of this construction work and its potential impacts, so please continue to check this page for the latest developments.
- GREEN Area reminder: when an area on the map changes to GREEN, this indicates that the backbone network is available in the area, it has been tested, and is ready for residential and business connections. However, if a hard surface crossing is required (i.e., a driveway, a parking lot, etc.) or the business or residence is a long distance from the network infrastructure, additional steps may be required to complete the connection and install services. Given the seasonal weather impacts and frozen ground conditions, hard surface crossings will most likely need to wait until the Spring to avoid property and utility damage. Crews will resume this work in the Spring as soon as the weather permits.
- If you’re seeking service at a residence, please call 1 (800) XFINITY (934-6489) for more information.
- If you’re a local business, please contact local Comcast Business representative and Eagle resident, Kari Conley at email@example.com or (970) 401-1630.
- If you have questions about installing and burying a Comcast service line on private property, please contact Michael Cauchi at firstname.lastname@example.org or (989) 802-3534.
- In the remaining BLUE areas on the map, crews will continue the network connection and restoration work as weather permits.
- MAP LEGEND AND REMINDERS
- RED indicates that work has not started, prior work has yet to resume, or work has stopped due to weather.
- ORANGE indicates locate and construction work in process.
- BLUE indicates network connection work (placing pedestals, pulling fiber through placed conduit, and connecting new lines to the Comcast network) and in some cases, locate work.
- GREEN indicates that work and restoration is complete, and homes and businesses may sign up for Comcast service.
- LIGHT GREEN outline indicates aerial (above ground) work.
Please continue to read through and check the information, map, and legend on the Eagle Comcast Fiber Optic Project Website as the project progresses in Eagle. Questions? Please call 970-340-3150 or Email QuBristol@sefnco.com. Questions about installing and burying a Comcast service line on private property? Please contact Michael Cauchi at email@example.com or (989) 802-3534.