The Small Cell Pole Lease Agreement creates a simple, fast and understandable framework for Verizon and other cellular providers to upgrade private wireless infrastructure through public partnership.
Verizon Wireless has proposed a non-exclusive street light pole lease agreement with the City of Lincoln. The agreement will allow Verizon to install upgraded cellular infrastructure by replacing existing City owned street lights with new, small cell-rated street lights. Each pole will be connected to an advanced fiber optic network in advance of the 5G wireless technology deployment. The Small Cell Pole Lease Agreement creates a simple, fast and understandable framework for Verizon and other cellular providers to upgrade private wireless infrastructure through public partnership. The Small Cell Pole Lease Agreement is part of the Lincoln Technology Improvement System project
Beneficial Links / Documents cited in RFP/ Specifications
Master Small Cell Lease Agreement:https://lincoln.ne.gov/city/council/agenda/2016/121216/16135a.pdf
Lincoln Standard Plans
Fiber Marker and Pull Box notes:
Small Cell Street Lighting Poles:
- Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG)
- Economic Development, Information Technologies, Infrastructure, Transportation
- Miami Valley Communications Council: 7 Member Cities - Centerville, Kettering, Miamisburg, Moraine, Oakwood, Springboro, and West Carrollton.