Cable Television Licenses
The City of Phoenix licenses companies to provide cable television services in Phoenix: Qwest Broadband Services, Inc. (CenturyLink) and CoxCom, LLC. (Cox).
Notice of Public Hearing for Cable Television License
The City Council will hold a public hearing on the date and location below to consider an application by Google Fiber Arizona, LLC, for the grant of a cable television system license.
3:00 p.m., Wednesday, September 2, 2015
City Council Chambers
200 West Jefferson Street
Proposed License - Google Fiber (8 19 2015).pdf
Copies of the application and license are available for examination at the Office of the City Clerk, City of Phoenix, 200 West Washington Street, 15th Floor, Phoenix, AZ. The public will be afforded an opportunity to be heard on the application and license at the hearing.
Cable Television Complaints
The city accepts complaints from citizens of Phoenix regarding the two licensed cable television providers: Cox and CenturyLink. The city acts as a liaison between these cable TV providers and the citizens to resolve complaints. The city encourages citizens to attempt resolving the complaints directly with the cable TV provider prior to contacting the city. You can reach the cable TV providers at:
- Cox: 623-594-1000
- CenturyLink: 602-266-1700
Please let us know if you have any
questions, comments, or complaints about either of these two cable TV providers. Or, you can call the Citizen Cable TV Line at (602) 495-0102.
Cable Television License Application/Renewal
Comment on the current Cox Cable license renewal
Parties interested in applying for or renewing a cable TV license should review the Cable TV Licensing and Permitting Directory of Documents below.
Cable Television License Application/Renewal Process Guide
Application for Cable Television License