Help us bring broadband to you.
Forty towns in Western Massachusetts are working together to build a financially viable state-of-the-art fiber-optic network to provide our homes and businesses with high-performance internet, phone, TV and more. But to make it a reality in your town, we need evidence of local demand for these services.
Please complete a Support Card here, indicating your interest in future service. The results from these cards will be used to determine where and when to build the network.
We also recommend checking that your neighbors have completed Support Cards. In lieu of completing the form online, printed versions are also available. They were mailed to residents in most towns, and have also been made available in local locations such as libraries and town halls. If you have any questions about how to obtain a card, or would like bulk cards to distribute, please send us an email at email@example.com.
If you’re interested in hearing more about the WiredWest project and current developments, you may enjoy a recent radio interview that provides an overview of the initiative.
WiredWest is a municipal cooperative of Western Massachusetts towns working on designing, building and operating a fiber-optic network that will offer comprehensive, affordable and reliable internet, phone and video services to member town residents, businesses and institutions who want service.
A video compilation of legislators, businesspeople, educators, students and professionals talking about the proposed WiredWest network is available for online viewing here.