AUGUSTA — Grow Smart Maine asks Kennebec County residents to take advantage of an extended opportunity to participate in Maine’s Broadband survey.

This is a chance to weigh in on how federal dollars will be invested. The Maine Connectivity Authority is administering the survey to help shape a generational investment in high-speed internet access. The deadline has been extended to Friday, April 21.

Maine’s Broadband survey at available at

The survey is also available in 13 languages, including Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Khmer, Kinyarwanda, Portuguese, Russian, Somali, Spanish, Swahili, Vietnamese and Ukrainian. MCA can supply hard copies of the survey for those unable to access it online. People can email [email protected] or call 207-200-4398 to request a copy be sent by mail.

The survey seeks to learn who has internet, how they access it, what they use it for, where it is slow, and what is affordable. Responses from Kennebec County will help shape Maine’s Broadband Action Plan and future funding decisions. Survey responses are completely confidential, and no identifying information needs to be entered.

Grow Smart Maine was selected last fall as the regional and tribal broadband partner for Kennebec County to help deploy, sustain and maximize the benefits of broadband infrastructure investment.



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