Success Story

More than two-thirds of Aspen’s occupied homes are deed-restricted

Michelle ~ December 27, 2023 ~ Blog Love: 0

“I think it just shows – even if you compare the two reports – how much these mountain towns are continuing to push the needle,” said Aspen City Manager Sara Ott. “I can use this report to say what’s happening in Durango or what’s happening in Vail or what’s happening to Ketchum and figure out

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