As a service to the community, the Recreation Centers of Sun City West wishes to advise residents that a company called Zona Wyyered is planning construction in the near future throughout the community.
Zona Wyyerd provides home internet service similar to Cox and Century Link. The Rec Centers has no association with Zona Wyyerd and does not endorse the company over any other internet provider, but is providing residents with a heads up since the construction activity will be highly visible throughout our neighborhoods.
Work is scheduled to begin sometime in the next 30-60 days and will continue through the end of the year. Residents will see Zona Wyyerd work trucks and contractors around several different locations in the community, including rights of way areas. The work includes locating and marking underground utilities, so residents can expect sidewalk markings and small flags in their yards during the periods when Zona is working on their streets. The company has county permits authorizing this work.
As construction moves through Sun City West, Zona will provide notices to nearby residents in the form of letters and door hangers. Those notices will include a phone number residents can call if they have concerns or questions. Residents can also go to Zona’s website (fiber.events) for information or to sign up for emailed construction updates.
Questions about the construction should be directed to Zona, not the Recreation Centers of Sun City West. This press release and other future announcements from the Rec Centers about Zona Wyyerd are meant to inform the community about their work and any disruptions that may occur from it.
Had the good fortune of being a Zona customer when we lived in Peoria. The company has excellent service and is customer oriented. Patiently waiting for their arrival and some competition to the internet mix currently available.
I don’t appreciate any door hangings. I’m not physically onsight and this is a security risk for me and my property. It tells people you’re not home!!!!!!!!
Also, if they plan on any mailings to my AZ address it will probably go in USPS’s Trash. All first class mail is forwarded to my home address. If they don’t send their mail first class this is a waste of paper and garbage for the USPS.
They are causing negative reactions right out of the box!
We do like door hangings. Suggest you ask your neighbors to remove them.
Hope you don’t start working too early in the morning, or work too late at night. Please do not block driveways or mailboxes.
I would be very eager to get more details; as I consider COX TO EXPENSIVE – AM ON FIXED BUDGET.
Hi Marilynn. More details can be found on their website: https://www.fiber.events/
You can also sign up for email updates from Zona Wyyerd on that same website.
My wife did the research. She said it is cheaper than cox, and better because it is actually fiber ptic
I hope you will have a plan that can be accessible for part year residents. Also with limited use of perhaps a door or security camera and a thermostat when they are not living here.
Sun city west is a community where a large percentage of the residents will be away for the summer so putting door hangers on doors is less than brilliant and advertises that the resident is not home1!! Please DO NOT do that.
I second that
Looking forward to this service. My Cox bill is getting way to high.
When will u be ready for n 134th drive. SCWEST 85375
Hi Marian. For updates on Zona Wyyerd’s fiber installation and service in SCW, please visit their update page: https://www.fiber.events/
Cox service fails daily, glad to see any competition