The first of roughly twelve TDS Fiber optic projects will begin as soon as next week along East River Drive from LeBrun Drive north to Hoffman Road.
Following this letter, you’ll receive:
• A postcard and door hanger reminding you construction begins soon
And you’ll notice:
• Existing utilities being marked with colored flags that correspond to each utility to prevent any damage
• Large TDS construction signs at your neighborhood’s entrance and smaller signs near your mailbox
TDS is committed to making the construction phase as easy as possible for you. We understand you may have questions about fiber construction. Here are some answers to questions we hear most frequently:
Do TDS and construction crews have permission to be on my property?
TDS has rights to access the designated utility easements, typically located within a strip of property running along the street, the sidewalk, the rear lot line, or between two lots. If the easement is within a fenced-in yard, crews will need your help accessing this area.
Will TDS restore the of areas of construction?
Once construction is complete and weather permits, TDS will restore lawns in areas where digging occurred. Our crews make every effort to minimize impact to properties.
When can I remove the utility flags and/or paint in my yard?
Markers and paint need to remain in place until construction of the network is complete.
If you have additional questions, please visit TDSFiber.com/construction or call 1-855-259-8576.
We look forward to becoming a part of your community and serving you with the best Internet, TV, and phone services.
The TDS Team