What is Lake County Doing to
Improve High-Speed Internet Access
in the Area?
The Lake County Board created a Special Committee that has been working to better understand the current state of high-speed internet service in Lake County and come up with recommendations for improvement. A breakdown of the population that is unserved and underserved with high-speed internet access can be found below. View a map of fixed broadband coverage in Lake County.
An unserved area has an internet connection speed of fewer than 25 megabits per second (Mbps) in download speed and 3 Mbps in upload speed.
Population: 9857 Households & Businesses: 1522 Age 18+: 9080 Age Under 18: 777
Population: 1720 Households & Businesses: 574 Age 18+: 1405 Age Under 18: 315
An underserved area has an internet connection speed of fewer than 100 megabits per second (Mbps) in download speed and 20 Mbps in upload speed.
Population: 1857 Households & Businesses: 1333 Age 18+: 1812 Age Under 18: 45
Population: 234 Households & Businesses: 94 Age 18+: 188 Age Under 18: 46
Could State and Federal Funding Be Available to Lake County?
Yes, State and Federal funding could be made available to expand high-speed internet access to underserved and unserved communities. Stay connected on the latest news from Lake County by signing up for our email list.
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