Community Broadband Survey Begins Tuesday


Beginning Tuesday, Sept. 18 and running approximately two weeks, residents in Los Alamos County may be receiving a phone call asking for feedback on the Community Broadband Network project; a “last-mile” fiber network that will provide open and advanced broadband communications access to all Los Alamos County citizens, businesses and institutions.   

As part of this survey, the County is interested in conducting market research to assess demand and interest in broadband services, as well as explore preferences regarding methods of financing the CBN project and willingness to pay for the various costs to install and operate the network.     

The firm under contract to conduct the County’s phone survey is Research & Polling, Inc., which will randomly select approximately 500 local residents to participate in the survey. The survey should take less than 15 minutes. 

The final report for the survey will be available and posted on the County’s website at in November.

Copies also will be available in the two libraries and the 311 Customer Care Center, 150 Central Park Square.

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