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The City of Belfast is Seeking Your Input:

posted Jun 10, 2018, 4:41 PM by Bruce Bailey   [ updated Jun 10, 2018, 4:41 PM ]

The City of Belfast Broadband Committee, with assistance from its consultant, Axiom Technologies, is asking people who live or work in Belfast (or both) to fill out a brief survey.  These surveys will help us to understand concerns regarding internet service, the costs of current internet service, where service gaps are present, and what needs exist regarding future connectivity.


There are two different types of surveys: a Belfast Community Internet Survey (please fill out this survey if you live in Belfast, or if you have a home-based business in Belfast) and a Belfast Business Internet and Workforce Needs Survey (please fill out this survey if you work at a location in Belfast that is used exclusively for business.)  (If both of these situations apply to you, the City of Belfast encourages you to fill out one of each type of survey.)


The surveys are available online at www.cityofbelfast.org/broadband.  If you are unable to access or fill out a survey online, you can also pick up and return a print version of the survey, at either the Office of the City Manager at Belfast City Hall (131 Church Street, Belfast), or at the Belfast Free Library (106 High Street, Belfast), during each facility's normal business hours. 


If you have any questions or concerns regarding the survey, please contact the City of Belfast via e-mail at broadband@cityofbelfast.org or via phone at (207) 338-3370, extension 116 (City of Belfast Economic Development Director Thomas Kittredge).


The City of Belfast is kindly requesting that you complete and return your survey (whether it is the online version or the print version) by Friday, June 15th, 2018.


This surveying effort is being paid for by a combination of a ConnectME Authority Community Broadband Planning Grant and funds from the City of Belfast.