Use Our Fiber Optics Now!

Restore Local Control!

This November Centennial voters have the opportunity to take back our city's right to use its fiber optic infrastructure to provide better, faster, cheaper internet service. 

The City of Centennial has a fiber optic network that is used to improve traffic flow through traffic signal timing and monitoring weather stations. That fiber optic network has excess capacity and the City would like to be able to put it to use to improve telecom and broadband service to us, the residents and businesses of Centennial.

Vote Yes on 2G to give the city permission to partner with the private sector to use our fiber optics network to provide better service  to our community!

Ballot Question


SHALL THE CITY OF CENTENNIAL, WITHOUT INCREASING TAXES, AND TO RESTORE LOCAL AUTHORITY THAT WAS DENIED TO ALL LOCAL GOVERNMENTS BY THE STATE LEGISLATURE, AND TO FOSTER A MORE COMPETITIVE MARKETPLACE, BE AUTHORIZED TO INDIRECTLY PROVIDE HIGH-SPEED INTERNET (ADVANCED SERVICES), TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICES, AND/OR CABLE TELEVISION SERVICES TO RESIDENTS, BUSINESSES, SCHOOLS, LIBRARIES, NON-PROFIT ENTITIES AND OTHER USERS OF SUCH SERVICES, THROUGH COMPETITIVE AND NON-EXCLUSIVE PARTNERSHIPS WITH PRIVATE BUSINESSES, AS EXPRESSLY PERMITTED BY ARTICLE 29, TITLE 27 OF THE COLORADO REVISED STATUTES?

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