Utah Broadband Center

Advances in economic opportunity, energy efficiency, telecommuting, education, and telehealth rely on broadband infrastructure. We work with broadband providers, local, state, and federal policymakers, consumers, community institutions, and other stakeholders to support broadband deployment throughout the state, improve efficiencies and expand statewide access and usage (Utah Code 63N-17).

Since 2010, our office has collaborated with the Utah Geospatial Resource Center to develop and maintain up-to-date and accurate statewide maps of available broadband and statewide economic opportunity resources.

The state endorses a broadband plan to increase deployment, bandwidth, adoption, digital inclusion, and literacy across the state to businesses, educational anchor institutions, libraries, healthcare centers, tribes, and other entities. Broadband is crucial to local and global economies and our connection to the world.

Broadband Plan (PDF)

National Telecommunications and Information Administration Programs

Information from the Utah Broadband Center regarding National Telecommunications and Information Administration programs 1) Broadband Equity, Access, and Deployment 2) Digital Equity Act, and 3) Enabling Middle-Mile Broadband Infrastructure (June 2022).
NTIA Programs Information

Utah Broadband Alliance

Created in 2011, the Utah Broadband Alliance coordinates the collaborative statewide effort on broadband adoption and deployment efforts. The council also provides the governor and Legislature with recommendations and policy guidance. Members of the council represent a diverse group of interests, including legislators, economic opportunity, state and local government, healthcare, education, libraries, public safety, and tribal entities.

Contact Us

To contact a member of our team, please visit our staff webpage.
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