Adams Fiber is awarded over $4.9M from the Connect Illinois Broadband Grant Program. This grant will cover roughly 50 percent of a $10M total expansion project Adams has committed to in underserved local communities in Adams and Brown Counties.
Adams Fiber moves to its new location at 3555 N. 24th Street, Quincy, IL.
Construction begins in Frese Meadows, Lake Ridge, Bowen, IL and Perry, IL in April. Adams announces plans to take fiber to Lakeshore Hills residents in June. Adams announces plans to deploy fiber technology in Barry, IL in July. Drakewood residents begin getting connected with fiber in late July. Fiber installations began in Knollwood, Irish Hills, and Lexington in August.. Fiber installations began in Trinity Lakes in early September.
Adams and the City of Quincy formally announce Adams Fiber will bring ultra-high-speed Internet access and telephone service to homes in Quincy on July 9. Quincy’s First Pilot Fiberhood, Breckenridge, Goes Live in August. Construction Begins in Second Quincy Fiberhood, Wyndham\Cadbury in October.
Adams begins fiber-to-the-home initiative serving rural areas.
Adams begins offering fiber to many Quincy businesses.
Adams establishes its second subsidiary, Adams NetWorks, Inc. to provide Internet services to the Cooperative and surrounding areas.
Adams Telephone Co-Operative was formed by members who not only saw the need for rural telephone service but that this service needed to be provided over a larger region.