n. A neighborhood that has Internet access via fiber-optic cable.
Signing up for Google Fiber isn't simply a matter of scheduling an installation appointment. Google divided up the two Kansas Cities (Missouri and Kansas) into 202 "fiberhoods" of about 800 homes each, and asked residents to preregister and plunk down a $10 fee to express their interest.
—Jon Brodkin, “Google Fiber will hit 89% of neighborhoods, some poor areas miss out,” Ars Technica, September 10, 2012
Google has divided parts of Kansas City, Mo., and Kansas City, Kan., into various "fiberhoods," and asked people in each of those areas where the service will be available to register, and pay a $10 deposit, if they are interested in acquiring it.
—John Eligon, “Google Unveils Superfast Internet in Kansas City, Mo.,” The New York TImes, July 26, 2012
2012 (earliest)
We’ve divided Kansas City into small communities we call "fiberhoods." To get service, each fiberhood needs a critical mass of their residents to pre-register. The fiberhoods with the highest pre-registration percentage will get Google Fiber first.
—Milo Medin, “Super fast fiber for Kansas City,” Google Official Blog, July 26, 2012