Service Status Update: Northwest Wind & Fire (Sept. 2020)

As dangerous weather events impact many in our region, the Ziply Fiber team is diligently working around the clock to respond to those affected. We ask for your patience and understanding as we work in coordination with:

  • Local authorities and first responders to access impacted areas and repair damage that is causing service interruptions
  • Local Public Utility Departments that have preventively shut off power to limit the potential of sparking new fires
  • Municipalities on restoration plans

We will be communicating updates on this page, Facebook, and Twitter.

Are you having a service outage?

Enter your billing telephone number* below to see if there is an outage at your address.

Billing Telephone Number*

*This is your Ziply Fiber telephone number or the first 10 digits of your Ziply Fiber account number.

Need updates on area service outages?

  • Call us at 1.866.699.4759 to hear a recorded message about outages in your area. Then choose the option to receive a text message when service is restored.

Is the outage in your house only?

You may be able to fix it yourself with these troubleshooting tips and tools:

Do you have cellphone service?

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Don't have the app? Download it today to be prepared.

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Still need help? Call 1.866.699.4759 or Live Chat

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