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Blog // Connect Ohio

Help Us Connect the Dayton Region

By Jessica Denson

Dayton, OH – Ten minutes is all it takes to help get Dayton, Montgomery County and the surrounding region better connected. Connect Ohio is asking residents, businesses, librarians, healthcare facilities, and other stakeholders within the Dayton area to complain, compliment, and explain just how well their internet is or is not working.

Working with the leadership of the City of Dayton our community is participating in the Connected Community Engagement Program (Connected). This project will assess the status of broadband access, adoption, and use in our area so we can develop a broadband Technology Action Plan to improve the quality of life and economic potential across the area.

Why does this survey matter? We want to make sure this action plan meets the needs of those directly impacted. For that reason, we need farmers, residents, business owners, and others to take ten minutes and share with us what’s gone well and what’s gone wrong with connectivity in their area and how they use their internet connections. 

It’s free, and if you live in Dayton, Montgomery County, and the surrounding area we want to hear from you. Survey results will be used to identify the region’s broadband and technology opportunities and challenges, and inform a plan to improve connectivity for residents, businesses, and institutions. 

To take the survey head to: Please feel free to link this on your websites and share far and wide with your social media connections.  

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About Connected Nation: Connected Nation is a leading technology organization committed to bringing affordable high-speed Internet and broadband-enabled resources to all Americans. Connected and Connect Ohio are locally-driven efforts to live out our mission to bring access to all families so no one is left on the wrong side of the “Digital Divide.”


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