Broadband Planning

​​​​​​Broadband planning is a key component of the work of the Wisconsin Broadband Office, as well as other stakeholders such as internet service providers, local communities, and more. Broadband planning can include forming a coordinating committee, crafting goals and a vision, establishing leaders, working with data and maps, investing in infrastructure, prioritizing digital equity and inclusion, and creating a robust network of stakeholders and involved parties. Broadband planning can also happen at many levels and include local, state, and federal players.

Navigate below to learn more about the broadband planning work of the Wisconsin Broadband Office. Also visit the Internet for All Broadband Equity, Access, and Deployment (BEAD) Local Planning Grant​ page.​

​County Summary Data

Explore broadband information for all 72 counties including Broadband Serviceable Locations (BSLs), enforceable funding commitments, speed tests, available internet providers, and affordability. ​

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