Colorado Office of Broadband
Colorado will get at least $100 million, possibly $1 billion, from infrastructure bill to end digital divide
As part of its share of the massive U.S. infrastructure bill, the state hopes to solve the lack of fast internet in rural areas. But the digital divide isn’t just about rural communities anymore.
Students disappeared from classes when they lost internet. A rural Colorado school district’s creativity got them back online.
Alamosa School District saw no end to the growing digital divide, as parents lost jobs. Then the community came together for a temporary solution.
Can companies like SpaceX finally bring broadband to thousands of rural Coloradans?
Unserved rural homes and businesses may finally get broadband thanks to $250 million in federal spending. But after looking at the maps, some have their doubts the money will reach its goal
Northwest Colorado gets a gigabit broadband boost from U.S. Department of Agriculture
Yampa Valley Electric Association awarded $6 million to build 209 miles of internet fiber to connect Moffat, Eagle and Grand counties. About 264 households and dozens of farms and businesses will benefit
Gigabit internet coming to more rural southwestern Colorado communities
Utah internet company wins second federal grant to provide broadband to Dolores, San Miguel and Montezuma counties. Locals hope to see more economic activity, better mobile service.
Colorado will miss its goal to hit 92% broadband coverage in rural areas by June
Sussing out which parts of the state barely have service is a guessing game. But several gigabit internet projects in the works could fill gaps.