Greenlight Provides High-Speed Internet Service to Greece Fire Halls and Parks

Greece, NY – July 1, 2021 – Greenlight Networks, the fastest fiber-to-the-home provider in New York State, today announced that more than 10,000 Greece residents now have access to Greenlight’s fiber-to-the-home high-speed Internet service. Greenlight currently provides service to residents in Barnard North, Dorsey, Hampton/Latta, Janes/Kirk, Paddy Hill West, Ridgemont East, Ridgemont West and Stone Ridge neighborhoods.


Greenlight also announced that is starting construction to expand it high-speed fiber-optic network to 5,000 additional households in parts of Greece by the end of this year. Construction is already underway in Holmes/Weiland North, Janes Kirk, Paddy Hill West and Barnard East.


Greenlight plans to start construction in Greece Barnard South, Greece Elm Ridge, and Greece Cabot/Hiett in the coming months. Once completed, 44% of Greece residents will have access to Greenlight’s high-speed Internet service.


As part of an agreement with the Town of Greece, Greenlight will run its high-speed Internet service to all ten Greece town parks as its fiber-optic network is built out. High-speed Internet service is currently up and running in Badgerow, Adeline and Carter parks. In addition, Greenlight is proud to support the Ridge Rd Fire, North Greece Fire, and Barnard Fire Departments, as well as the Greece Town Hall with its fiber Internet service.


“I am excited to join Greenlight CEO Mark Murphy in announcing that Greenlight Networks has been making significant progress in the Town of Greece,” said Greece Town Supervisor Bill Reilich. “Over the years, I have been working with the Greenlight CEO and various department heads here in the Town of Greece to bring a new and different service option to residents. When residents reached out asking for me to look into bringing additional choices to our Town, I listened. Our community has had great response to this additional provider option. I am always looking for ways to provide more choices to residents in every area of service.”


Greenlight Networks CEO added, “We are delighted to partner with the Town of Greece and the Fire Departments to bring our high-speed Internet service to these important community locations. Over the past year, we’ve made a lot of progress building out our fiber network in Greece. Our network is an investment in the future of the entire community as fiber Internet allows Greece residents to better learn, work and access entertainment from home.”


In addition to getting the most robust broadband available today, Greenlight Internet customers save money as Greenlight is less expensive and five times as fast as cable Internet, starting at just $50/month for 500 Mbps upload and download. Additionally, with fiber Internet customers can cut the cord with cable and stream their TV content with no buffering, offering a more reliable, lower-cost video and entertainment solution.


Greenlight Networks also announced today that it is a sponsor of the “Old Fashioned 4th of July Celebration” next week at the Greece Town Hall Campus. Representatives from Greenlight will be at the event on Saturday, July 4th from 4PM – 8PM to provide information, answer questions and assist residents with placing orders.


Greenlight currently has construction projects underway in Penfield, Gates, Fairport, Pittsford, and Chili and plan to reach 30,000 additional homes by the end of 2021. Residents interested in learning more about Greenlight’s progress in their neighborhood can keep track of its status on Greenlight’s interactive map on their website.


About Greenlight Networks, LLC: Greenlight Networks is an ultra-high-speed, broadband service provider, offering residential and small business customers Internet speeds up to 2 Gigabit per second. Greenlight Networks was founded in 2011 in Rochester, N.Y. Tom Golisano acquired a controlling interest in Greenlight Networks in mid-2018. Since then, Greenlight has tripled its staff and brought high-speed fiber internet to more than 50,000 homes in 14 municipalities. The company builds, owns and operates its fiber-optic networks to provide amazingly fast Internet connections to its customers. For more information on the company, visit or find it on, and @GreenlightFiber on Twitter.