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The Lancaster County Broadband Infrastructure project will place an estimated 175 miles of conduit in the County road right-of-way, strategically routing to and between the County’s 12 incorporated cities/villages and 10 unincorporated communities.

  • JEO Consulting Group, a local civil engineering firm, will complete the design, permitting, and construction administration for this project.
  • Following the development of bid packages, contractors will be procured for construction.
  • Once the conduit is placed, telecommunications companies can install their fiber in this conduit and build out additional segments to bring services, like high-speed internet, to County residents and businesses.
  • Each community in the County can coordinate with telecommunications providers regarding services.

This project is funded by a $10 million allocation of Lancaster County’s American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding.

Conduit infrastructure will be designed and constructed in four quadrant-based packages, with anticipated project completion by the end of 2023. 








  • The quadrant-based approach provides manageable design and permitting packages that also enables this quality-of-life benefit to reach County residents as soon as possible.
  • Each quadrant will progress through the following cycle: design, final plans, permitting, contractor procurement, and construction and inspection. 
  • The project team anticipates starting with the southwest quadrant and working counterclockwise. 

This project is funded by a $10 million allocation of Lancaster County’s American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding. 

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