Due to a healthy local economy, Vail is a small city on the rise. Families with children and those seeking career opportunities are making Vail home - many are building new real estate. Vail residents tend to be well-educated and upper-middle class. Nearly 20% of the population is from Latino or Hispanic descent. Vail residents depend on high-speed connectivity to connect with family and friends. Compared with 88% of Arizona, only 78% of Vail residents have access to high-speed connections.
CenturyLink offers DSL to 88% of residents between the Coronado Forest and Mica Mountain. CenturyLink is also rolling out fiber optics to Vail residents. Currently 2% of residents between i-10 and Mica Mountain have access to this service. Residents who prefer cable internet can opt for Cox Communications, which currently reaches 68% of homes along I-10.
Businesses in the area have the same connection options as residents.