Ziply Fiber Marks 100th Community in Fiber Expansion

Ziply Fiber has begun construction of an ultra-high-speed, 100-percent fiber-optic network in Yakima, Wash. Yakima becomes the 100th new fiber build in the company’s four-state footprint — Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington. When complete, tens of thousands of Yakima addresses will have access to Ziply’s “Gig-speed” service and its five-gig and two-gig residential services.

Fiber internet service is available for the first residents and businesses in Yakima, with additional neighborhoods becoming available in the coming weeks. Residents and business owners can check for fiber availability at and sign up to be alerted when service is available at their location. With multi-gig services being built, Yakima will be among the fastest cities in the nation for household internet speeds, on par with if not faster than most major metropolitan areas.

“Ziply Fiber is committed to bringing ultra-fast, reliable fiber internet to people and businesses throughout the Northwest and I’m very proud that we’re going to bring the people of Yakima the best-connected experience possible,” said Harold Zeitz, CEO of Ziply Fiber. “We are thrilled Yakima is our 100th new fiber community, especially because it is one of the areas of our state that has been underserved when it comes to high-speed internet access for far too long.”