How do I pay for fiber infrastructure to my home?

There are several options to pay for fiber infrastructure to be built to your home.

Option 1: Contract and Payment

Residential contract signed by homeowner with a check made payable to KPUD prior to construction and fiber installation to the home.

Option 2: Local Utility District & Non-Contiguous Local Utility District

Local utility districts (LUD) and non-contiguous local utility districts (NCLUD) provide individuals or a group of homeowners the ability to finance construction costs for fiber infrastructure improvements over a 20-year loan period. These costs are guaranteed with a lien against the property and are repaid annually through the Kitsap County Treasurer's Office with interest. More detailed information about LUDs and NCLUDs can be found in the Residential Fiber Financing section.