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Plumas seeking broadband information from residents

Plumas County is working toward improving broadband access. One of its partners is the Broadband for All program out of the Office of Broadband and Digital Literacy of the California Department of Technology. In order to have a full picture of California’s broadband needs, they have distributed a survey focusing on digital equity.

Plumas County is asking its residents to complete the following anonymous survey to better understand the County’s needs (one per household). “As we work through our own county specific broadband plan, this data will assist our partners to understand what it is like to access the internet in rural California,” read a statement released today. “Thank you for your assistance in improving internet access in our rural community.”

The survey is available in 14 languages and can be accessed the following ways:

  • Click here
  • Type in this address htp://bit.ly/CADigitalEquitySurvey
  • Or scan the QR code

    If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to Zachary Gately at [email protected] or 530-283-6414.


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