Firefly Fiber Broadband, a subsidiary of Central Virginia Electric Cooperative, will extend fiber broadband service to the area of Louisa County served by the Henson’s Store substation several months earlier than anticipated, thanks to the company’s new partnership with county government and two other electricity providers. 

Louisa residents along Poindexter Road and South Spotswood Trail and east of Poindexter Road along Jack Jouett and Byrd Mill roads will receive service as early as summer 2021. 

To determine if a home is included in this build, visit www.fireflyva.com and click on ‘Check Availability’ to search the address.

Firefly is currently offering broadband to CVEC members in the Cash’s Corner and Zion substation areas. Construction is underway at the Ferncliff and Doubleday substations and connections in those areas are set for fall 2021. 

Residents who have not yet signed up but want service should contact Firefly to register at www.fireflyva.com or 833-473-3591.

Since the partnership with Louisa County, Rappahannock Electric Cooperative and Dominion Energy was announced in March, Firefly and CVEC have added crews to their construction workforce. The service expansion in Henson’s Store will help extend broadband into REC’s territory.  

The entire fiber network in Louisa County is slated for completion by the end of 2025.

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