The Grayson County Broadband Project is committed to provide a solution for all citizens in the County to have access to high-speed broadband internet. The Grayson County Broadband Committee was formed in 2018 to address the lack of broadband in the County. During the following years, the Broadband Committee has worked with contractors, legislators, and other State departments to secure grant funding to begin constructing broadband infrastructure.
Grayson County has partnered with Appalachian Power and GigaBeam Networks to provide fiber and fixed-wireless internet connections throughout the County. This partnership will bring high-speed internet in areas that are considered unserved or underserved. The goal of the Broadband Committee is to ensure that everyone in Grayson County has some type of broadband internet access.
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For many Virginians, high-speed internet connectivity is out of reach because of the high cost of connect to and existing internet network. LECAP is a new initiative to extend broadband network and bring high-speed internet connections to low to moderate-income residents. The LECAP Applicant Portal is available on Virginia Department of Housing and community Development website. https://dhcd.virginia.gov/lecap . Once the application is submitted, program staff will reach out to your using a secure email address to request documentation to verify income. For more information on applying, and to access the application, visit https://dmz1.dhcd.virginia.gov/C4P/LECAP .
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