The Mesa City Council on Monday approved a development deal to bring a Google data center to the city's tech corridor.

Mesa Becomes First Arizona City To Receive Google Fiber

The Mesa City Council on Monday approved a development deal to bring a Google data center to the city's tech corridor.

Google Fiber, Google’s internet service, is coming to Mesa, the first Arizona city to receive the service, the company announced Friday.

At the Mesa City Council meeting on July 11, the council will vote on a measure to allow Google to prioritize the city to install its infrastructure on city streets.

“It was a great collaboration with the city of Mesa. The city is very interested in giving residents choice in how they get their Internet service,” said Ashley Church, general manager for the western region of Google Fiber.

If the measure is approved by the council, Google will start the engineering phase to prepare the construction and installation of the fiber optic substrate.

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