There’s no question anymore that access to a reliable Internet connection at broadband speeds is crucial to everything from conducting business to completing schoolwork. Yet many rural counties in our state lag behind. While our residents in the City of Oneida, towns and villages report (mostly) adequate coverage, the County knows there are many in our community who have poor or no access to dependable broadband service.
To find out where these services are needed most, Madison County is running an online survey beginning October 23rd to collect data on our residents regarding broadband access. The information gathered will help us develop an action plan to improve Internet service for as many as possible. The survey will only run through the end of the year, so make your voice heard!
To take the survey, log onto www.madisonbroadband.com.
You will need to enter your home or business address so we can accurately map your response, but your personal information will be kept confidential by the County. If you run a home business, you will be able to take the survey more than once. The survey should take no more than five minutes of your time.
Don’t have home or business Internet? You can take the survey from any computer or mobile device; just skip the speed test. The County will also be providing libraries, town halls, and schools with paper copies of the survey.
We need your feedback!