EXMORE, VA. (May 8, 2018) — The Eastern Shore of Virginia Broadband Authority is now serving the communities of Oak Hall, Hallwood, Nelsonia and Bloxom, VA. These latest additions mark 12 residential communities on the shore that have access to high-speed fiber optic connectivity services.
Residents may begin signing up for high-speed FTTH internet services today for as little as $39.99 per month by contacting ESVBA Residential Support at 757-709-7080.
“We are thrilled to begin serving Oakhall, Hallwood, Nelsonia and Bloxom residents” said Robert Bridgham, Executive Director of ESVBA. “But, for those we haven’t reached yet, please know that we’ve got big plans and are not slowing down any time soon.”
The specific residences now eligible to participate in the program are located along the current ESVBA fiber routes in:
Oak Hall/New Church (see Map #11 below)
From the intersection of Davis Rd and Sign Post Road down to Rt 13. From where Rt 13 and Nelson Rd cross, down to the intersection of Depot St and Nelson Rd. From the intersection of Depot St and Nelson Rd to where Depot St comes to the train tracks. From the intersection of Depot St and Nelson Rd South to Rt 13. Also, from the corner of Rt 13 and Withams Rd to the power substation.
Hallwood/Nelsonia/Bloxom (see Map #12 below)
From the intersection of Mears Station Rd And Main St in Hallwood following Main St East until it turns into Hallwood Rd all the way to Rt 13. In the town of Bloxom, from the police substation on Shore Main Drive West to Bayside, and South on Bayside Dr to Marshall St.
Map #11 (Oak Hall/New Church area, houses along the green route):
Map #12 (Hallwood/Nelsonia/Bloxom area, houses along the green route):