Indiana’s program to improve Internet access is about to begin



Hoosiers will soon be able to apply for grants to improve Internet access in rural and underserved areas of the state.

Indiana’s Office of Community and Rural Affairs is launching a new program to help more people have better access to quality, reliable broadband. The program will begin receiving applications for the Indiana Connectivity Program on Monday, September 27.

The program is the latest tool designed to connect residents and businesses that have either poor internet connection or no access.

“The past year and a half has highlighted the critical importance of having everyone connected,” said Indiana Lt. Gov. Suzzane Crouch.

The online portal for more information is available here.


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