Groundbreaking CeremonyGreen Hills Communications announced the construction phase of fiber Internet at a Groundbreaking Ceremony in Hamilton, Missouri. With currently available download and upload speeds of 1 Gigabit per second–with much more available over time––fiber Internet is a huge leap forward for the businesses and residents of Hamilton.

“It’s finally time to bring high-tech connectivity solutions to Hamilton,” said David Adams, General Manager at Green Hills Communications. “We look forward to seeing the innovation and global impact as Hamilton grows fully resourced with fiber-optic capacity and speeds.”

Pictured: Kyle McPheeters, Office of Broadband Development, Nicholas Glasgow, Office of Broadband Development, David Adams, Green Hills Communications, Cole Crawford, Mayor of Hamilton, Sharon Schenewerk, Missouri Office of Economic Development, Rhabecca Boerkircher, City of Hamilton and Bob Hughes, Hamilton Community Alliance

Meeting the Increased Demands for Broadband Internet

Fiber Internet brings more benefits for rural communities than just faster speeds. There is also an appreciable improvement in reliability, as buried fiber-optic cables are not affected by the weather.

Gaining access to responsive local support from the technical team at Green Hills Communications is another big advantage for Hamilton. The Green Hills team offers business connectivity, VOIP and networking solutions. As well, residential customers can take advantage of the state-of-the-art Ultimate Wi-Fi solutions for an exceptional connectivity experience throughout the home and backyard.

Shari Schenewerk, with Department Of Economic Development (DED) told the group gathered for the groundbreaking festivities, “We have a saying at the DED that says ‘Prepared Communities Win’. Well, this project has set Hamilton up for complete success and has paved the way for a bright technological future.”

What to Expect in the Construction Phase

Now is the time for both business and residential customers to sign up for a free fiber Internet drop. Please visit or call our Customer Care team at 800-846-3426 to get your name on the list. There is no obligation to buy, but you’ll enjoy an average 3.2% increase in home value by getting ready for fiber Internet service now.

Cole Crawford, Hamilton Mayor

In 2023, Green Hills Communications was awarded a grant from the Missouri ARPA Broadband Infrastructure Grant Program to bring fiber optic service to Caldwell County. It will take more than $4.6 million dollars to build over 40 miles of fiber optic cable in Hamilton. The project will pass 865 residential, business, and community anchor institutions. $16,000 was sourced from the City of Hamilton and $10,000 comes from Caldwell County.

Founded in 1952, Green Hills Communications is proud to serve nine Missouri counties. We are proud to bring meaningful broadband solutions that help keep our customers connected and in control, safe and secure.