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Tribal Broadband Connectivity Program

Swinomish Indian Tribal Community

This dual Broadband Use and Adoption and Planning, Engineering, Feasibility, and Sustainability project will provide broadband subsidies for eligible Tribal households and fund pre-construction activities intended to provide future broadband service to 289 Tribal households, 9 Tribally owned businesses, and 31 Tribal community anchor institutions. This project is expected to enable broadband adoption activities, including telehealth and remote learning, and prepare the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community for the future deployment of a ~47.5-mile middle- and last-mile fiber network that will be deployed both aerially and underground.

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Broadband Use and Adoption
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