Fayetteville Posts Survey to Seek Public Input About Digital Inclusion Plan


The City of Fayetteville wants to hear from those who live in the city about the availability of high-speed internet service.

The City’s Digital Inclusion Task Force held a meeting Thursday evening at the Fayetteville Public Library to engage people with a survey. Task Force Chair Michelle Gibeault says high-speed internet access is important for the entire community, and she is looking forward to hearing about the subject from everyone who participates in the outreach effort.

“We’re launching our survey, which is basically a study of digital equity in Fayetteville,” Gibeault explained. “We’re trying to find out what people’s access to the internet is like, what they’re looking for [and] what they’re missing.”

Gineault says the task force is particularly interested in hearing from those who rent apartments, as well as business owners. She added input from all in the community is welcome and wanted as well. Click here make your voice heard by taking the 10 minute survey. You can also click here to learn more about the city’s digital inclusion plan.

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