Sherman County Cities Broadband Survey
A lot of broadband internet capacity has come into Sherman County through work completed by Sherman County and private internet service provider investments into long haul fiber infrastructure. These investments act like highways that bring connectivity to the community. The cities of Sherman County are exploring opportunities to add "off-ramps"
to the fiber "highways" to bring additional, faster broadband service to homes and businesses at an affordable rate. Creating "off-ramps" can also contribute to improved cell service and wireless internet.

This local access can be expensive to build out, especially in small, rural communities. The Sherman County cities are working toward issuing a request for proposals from private internet providers to own and manage the systems with some public investment to encourage the development of truly high speed internet service to Sherman County.

This survey is intended to gauge interest in improved internet service and help better understand the needs in the community related to internet connectivity.

For more information about broadband and this project, please join us for two community information sessions: Wednesday, October 11 at 6pm at Moro City Hall and Tuesday, October 17 at 6pm at Wasco City Hall.

If you have questions about this effort, please contact city staff in your community or Jessica Metta at jessica@mcedd.org or 541-296-2266.

Which community do you live in?
What type of internet connection do you have at home?
Do you use your internet connection for:
Are you satisfied with your current home internet service?
Please explain your satisfaction level with your home internet service.
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