Digital Inclusion Survey Launched for City of Fayetteville

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The city of Fayetteville invites members of the community to participate in the digital inclusion planning process.

The Digital Inclusion Task Force is seeking input from residents regarding the availability of high-speed internet service throughout the community and how residents access and use it. The information will be used to help the city implement and develop the Digital Inclusion Plan.

Surveys are available in English and Spanish online at the City’s public engagement portal, located here, and in paper format. Copies will also be mailed to a random sampling of households and made available during public outreach meetings, the first of which will be held January 24, 5:30-7:00 p.m., at the Fayetteville Public Library Walker Room. 

Those who participate in the survey will be invited to enter a drawing to win either a tablet or a laptop computer, thanks to contributions by some local Internet service providers.

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