Broadband

Executive Order D 2022 009 Accelerating Broadband

Michelle ~ March 16, 2022 ~ Blog Love: 0

Fast, reliable, and affordable broadband service is critical for participation in our modern economy. To create a Colorado for all, equitable online access to educational opportunities and government services is imperative. To accelerate Colorado’s economic recovery and continue to position Colorado as a top state to live and work in, we must invest in broadband

DOLA Grant awarded to Project THOR and Region 10

Michelle ~ March 9, 2022 ~ Blog Love: 0

NWCCOG has been awarded a $2,195,758 DOLA Broadband Grant to upgrade the Project THOR network. Region 10 also received a grant to expand and extend their network as well. Because these network upgrades and enhancements have been designated as “Being of Significant Interest to the State”, there is no local match required for these funds.

Tom Clements Award Honorable Mention 2020

Michelle ~ October 8, 2021 ~ Blog Love: 0

Nate Walowitz, NWCCOG Regional Broadband Director, receives Honorable Mention by Gov. Polis’ Office for Outstanding Service in Government for the Tom Clements award. As the Cameron Creek fire raged, Nate’s effort over one weekend to connect Estes Park was heroic and innovative, drawing upon many partners developed over the years through NWCCOG’s Broadband Program. (photo

Breckenridge Fiber 9600

Becky ~ February 10, 2021 ~ Blog Love: 0

Things move fast in Breck. The Town  invested in an extensive network of public fiber to accelerate innovative solutions to major challenges. The TOB was the first to connect to Project THOR through a Summit County hosted Meet-me-Center location to support their ambitious municipal broadband project, known as Fiber9600  as a part of the multipronged

Red Cliff Broadband Program

tdlteam ~ November 9, 2018 ~ Blog Love: 0

Cliff never felt so far from civilization as when cell phones and broadband be-came standard tools for living and working. Town doggedly pursued broadband to bring the modern era to it’s citizens for close to a decade, and didn’t get far until NWCCOGs program came along. After nearly 4 years of assistance from NWCCOG and