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Re: gigabit in petaluma

Posted: Mon Apr 08, 2019 12:20 pm
by tikvah
Oh I didn't get an email. Does that mean I'm left out?

Re: gigabit in petaluma

Posted: Mon Apr 08, 2019 1:35 pm
by dane
This first residential build in Petaluma extends up Gossage to little past the intersection with Magnolia, so only a few homes outside of the City limits there will be reached in this phase.

Re: gigabit in petaluma

Posted: Mon Apr 08, 2019 2:41 pm
by tikvah
dane wrote:
This first residential build in Petaluma extends up Gossage to little past the intersection with Magnolia, so only a few homes outside of the City limits there will be reached in this phase.


Well I live on Gossage. I did a search on my email back to March 1 and nothing from Sonic with the keyword "fiber."

Re: gigabit in petaluma

Posted: Mon Apr 08, 2019 2:44 pm
by dane
tikvah wrote:
dane wrote:
This first residential build in Petaluma extends up Gossage to little past the intersection with Magnolia, so only a few homes outside of the City limits there will be reached in this phase.


Well I live on Gossage. I did a search on my email back to March 1 and nothing from Sonic with the keyword "fiber."


Yes, that's correct - the build ends at the City limit, so your location is not included in the current project. Sorry!

Re: gigabit in petaluma

Posted: Mon Apr 08, 2019 2:49 pm
by tikvah
dane wrote:
tikvah wrote:
dane wrote:
This first residential build in Petaluma extends up Gossage to little past the intersection with Magnolia, so only a few homes outside of the City limits there will be reached in this phase.


Well I live on Gossage. I did a search on my email back to March 1 and nothing from Sonic with the keyword "fiber."


Yes, that's correct - the build ends at the City limit, so your location is not included in the current project. Sorry!


I see. I misread that as you were going up Gossage and then ending on Magnolia a bit past the intersection. So basically you're going to the luxury development at Gossage/Elm/Samuel then stopping.

Any word on when you'll continue up Gossage to Petaluma Blvd North?

Thanks.

Re: gigabit in petaluma

Posted: Mon Apr 08, 2019 2:59 pm
by dane
tikvah wrote:
I see. I misread that as you were going up Gossage and then ending on Magnolia a bit past the intersection. So basically you're going to the luxury development at Gossage/Elm/Samuel then stopping.

Any word on when you'll continue up Gossage to Petaluma Blvd North?

Thanks.


No, we are not serving that development (Samuel, Elm, and the offshoots).

And I mistook Berger for Gossage - sorry. The network is primarily within City limits - it extends along Magnolia to the intersection with Berger where Gossage begins, but then ends just two poles North of that, just outside the City limits. This is our first large-scale residential build in Sonoma County, after our small pilot in Sebastopol, and the focus is the Western portion of Petaluma. Any coverage beyond the City limits is incidental, and a result of pole line engineering artifacts.

Re: gigabit in petaluma

Posted: Mon Apr 08, 2019 3:10 pm
by tikvah
dane wrote:
And I mistook Berger for Gossage - sorry. The network is primarily within City limits - it extends along Magnolia to the intersection with Berger where Gossage begins, but then ends just two poles North of that, just outside the City limits. This is our first large-scale residential build in Sonoma County, after our small pilot in Sebastopol, and the focus is the Western portion of Petaluma. Any coverage beyond the City limits is incidental, and a result of pole line engineering artifacts.


Aw well. I'm about 1000' too far north. I hope it goes so amazingly well that you can't wait to extend it (north I tell you, north).

Re: gigabit in petaluma

Posted: Mon Apr 08, 2019 3:18 pm
by dane
tikvah wrote:
dane wrote:
And I mistook Berger for Gossage - sorry. The network is primarily within City limits - it extends along Magnolia to the intersection with Berger where Gossage begins, but then ends just two poles North of that, just outside the City limits. This is our first large-scale residential build in Sonoma County, after our small pilot in Sebastopol, and the focus is the Western portion of Petaluma. Any coverage beyond the City limits is incidental, and a result of pole line engineering artifacts.


Aw well. I'm about 1000' too far north. I hope it goes so amazingly well that you can't wait to extend it (north I tell you, north).


I share that hope! Uptake is what drives our ability to expand, so tell a neighbor (to the South)!

-Dane

Re: gigabit in petaluma

Posted: Thu Apr 11, 2019 3:00 pm
by uncled1023
So I was wondering if Vallejo st, between Washington and Jefferson are in the current building plans?

Re: gigabit in petaluma

Posted: Thu Apr 11, 2019 3:50 pm
by dane
uncled1023 wrote:
So I was wondering if Vallejo st, between Washington and Jefferson are in the current building plans?


Yes, that region is part of the current build-out. If you're an existing customer, you should have gotten an email to let you know that fiber is coming. If you did not, please let us know!