Sorry, you need to enable JavaScript to visit this website.
Skip to main content
U.S. flag

An official website of the United States government

Tribal Broadband Connectivity Program

Native Village of Chenega (a/k/a Chanega)

The Native Village of Chenega is located on a remote Alaskan island, accessible only by air or ferry.  The village lacks access to important digital infrastructure, with no current Internet service with speed of 25/3 Mbps or greater for its residents.  The goals of the proposed project are to (1) utilize existing infrastructure to bring Chenega out of their “unserved status” in terms of broadband service, (2) provide fiber to all anchor institutions, and (3) encourage broadband adoption and use by sponsoring broadband service and equipment for each household, business, and anchor institution.

Funding Total
Broadband Infrastructure Deployment
Type of Project

More Tribal Broadband Connectivity Program Awards

More Awardees
Get more project details and discover the highlights of how grant recipients of the Tribal Broadband Connectivity program are empowering underserved communities, fostering digital inclusion, and opening doors to education, economic opportunities, and improved quality of life.

Other Alaska Awards

Other Awards in this State
Discover additional grant awards specifically this state, providing a comprehensive view of the impactful projects and initiatives funded within the region. Uncover how these grants have empowered communities, advanced innovation, and addressed critical needs.

Related Program Information

Related Program Details
Explore the Tribal Broadband Connectivity Program to understand its impact on expanding internet access and connecting underserved communities. Discover the program's main features, eligibility criteria, and explore success stories that demonstrate the positive outcomes resulting from improved broadband infrastructure.