CLALLAM COUNTY – The effort to expand access to broadband internet throughout Clallam County continues to move forward this week with public meetings hosted by the City of Port Angeles and Central Clallam County on Wednesday and the City of Sequim on Thursday.

Both meetings will be from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. and can be accessed via the web and by phone.

A grant from the state Community Economic Revitalization Board (CERB), along with matching funds from Port of Port Angeles with Clallam County, Port Angeles, Sequim and Forks are funding the county-wide broadband planning and feasibility study, expected to be completed by the end of 2020.

Participation in the meetings will help the Broadband Team in determining where it should focus its efforts to meet community needs.

A similar meeting took place in Forks for west end residents last week, and is available to watch on YouTube.

You can help the Clallam County Broadband Team in the following ways:

  • Take the Broadband speed test to help document actual internet speeds throughout the county
  • Review the Vision and Goals and provide feedback
  • View the Planning Roadmap and provide feedback
  • Take the Broadband Survey
  • Participate in upcoming public events

 

Community Broadband Meeting Port Angeles and Central Clallam County Wednesday October 28, 2020
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Meeting will be available on online platforms. Join live: Webex Link.
Phone access will be available for those with no internet.

City of Sequim Community Broadband Meeting 

Thursday, October 29 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.

The meeting can be accessed via the web at https://zoom.us/j/93894446146, by phone at (253) 215-8782 with webinar ID: 938 9444 6146, or on Facebook Live at https://www.facebook.com/sequimwa.gov/.

Meeting facilitators will answer questions and take comments from participants. The discussions will center on a wide range of topics including current and future service needs (service expansion, higher speed data communications, more portable and mobile communications, provision of residential and business services and applications) and infrastructure availability concerns (expansion of fiber optics and wireless systems, availability of new networks, extension of existing networks, and network interconnections.)