State Launches Survey Seeking Public’s Help in Identifying Gaps in High-Speed Internet Service Areas

The Washington State Broadband office and state Public Works Board have launched a mapping initiative to identify gaps in high-speed internet service and areas of broadband infrastructure needs in order to advance the state’s goal to have universal broadband access in Washington by 2024 according to a news release.

Using the easy-to-follow instructions and a simple link, Washington residents can complete the one-minute access and speed survey at home using any computer or mobile device.  To participate in the survey, click on the following link:

To see the state’s news release in its entirety, click here:

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