Public Wi-Fi Access

Public access points and drive-up Wi-Fi zones are provided by the City of Westerville and powered by WēConnect, the City’s Data Center and High-Speed Fiber Network. 

Once at an access point, simply connect your device to the network (SSID) called “WeConnect.” 

Free public wi-fi powered by more than 45 miles of 

high-speed WēConnect fiber

The City has introduced a number of free access points and drive-up Wi-Fi zones powered by the WeConnect Data Center and Fiber Network’s more than 60 miles of high-speed fiber. Each location is served with 1 Gig of bandwidth, meaning students and anyone else can have access to high-speed internet from these locations.

Currently, the City offers eight locations in the Uptown Westerville area seven days a week, from 7 a.m. – 10 p.m.

  • City building parking lot at 64 E. Walnut St.
  • Westerville Public Library Parking Lot (126 S. State St.)
  • Intersection of South State and West Park Streets Westerville City Hall (21 S. State St.)
  • Intersection of North State Street and West College Avenue
  • Intersection of North State and West Main Streets

Once at an access point or drive-up Wi-Fi zone, connect your mobile device to the network (SSID) called “WeConnect.” In addition to the new drive-up locations, access to free Wi-Fi is provided at every City facility, including the Westerville Community Center, Highland Park Aquatic Center, City Hall and the City building at 64 E. Walnut St.

Interested in Establishing or Sponsoring An Access Point?

Businesses interested in establishing or sponsoring WēConnect Wi-Fi access can contact Brian Gorenflo, WēConnect General Manager,

by email at or phone at (614) 901-6829 to get started.