Dropping In FAQs

CityWest is expanding across British Columbia, and we’re looking forward to providing services to customers all over the province! We’ll be bringing many new customers high-speed Internet, TV, and phone services over fibre-to-the-home technology.

Please note that not every residence and business in a selected community may be eligible for fibre-optic services. 

Click here for our "Dropping In" page.

Please watch the video below for a brief overview of how an underground drop is installed.

  • Here are some photos that represent what the home fibre connection process will look like in your community.

  • What will the Connected Coast project infrastructure look like in my community?

  • Will there be road disruption during construction?

  • What will home connections look like?

  • Will my yard or driveway be affected during installation?

  • What are the advantages of fibre-based internet?

  • Will there be an installation fee?

  • Can I get the fibre installed to my house, even though I do not sign up for services?

  • Will this improve my cell phone service?

  • If my home is too far from the road connection, can I still get service?

  • Will CityWest access my property to connect the Fibre to my home and is a permit needed?

  • If I am away during the installation period, can I still have my property connected?

  • Will CityWest be able to monitor my internet usage and also see what I’m accessing?

  • If I have multiple dwellings on my property and my land is not properly zoned for it, can I still have each dwelling connected?

  • Will I be able to stream movies and play video games with fibre connectivity?

  • Will wireless service be provided?

  • Will there be job opportunities during construction?

  • Will there be vendor or contractor opportunites?

  • If my home is far from the road, will there be a charge for my drop?