Latest Fiber Update
Marshall County Fiber expanding territory
Marshall County Fiber now has the ability to serve over 1,200 homes with dependable, high-speed internet. Long-term, Marshall County Fiber’s goal is to provide as many of the underserved residence and businesses, especially Marshall County REMC members, with the internet access they need and deserve.
It’s expensive to bring high-speed broadband to rural America, this is why grants, loans and government funding are key to incentivize companies, like Marshall County Fiber, to help accelerate deployment, especially in areas where the return on investment is not as obvious.
Marshall County Fiber was recently awarded federal funding for several unserved or underserved areas of the county. This funding is the driving force behind our 2021-2022 fiber buildout plans. This year the primary focus will be the southcentral part of the county. This includes areas from the south county line (SR 110) north to 16th Road and from Gumwood Road west to Pine Road.
If you are interested in receiving fiber, please submit your information at the bottom of the homepage. This will help Marshall County Fiber identify where there is a need for service and determine where to build in the future.