Adopt strategy for leveraging community fiber

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Council Goal

Adopt strategy for leveraging community fiber and private ISP investment with UNC, UNC Health Care, Carrboro and local businesses to maximize access and speed for homes and businesses

Goal Champion

Scott Clark, Executive Director for Technology


Current Status

Under the NCNGN agreement, AT&T connected 8 of 13 public housing locations with plans for the remaining sites. This provides low cost and free service to residents.

Under the NCNGN agreement, AT&T connected 2 community centers with more in progress.

The number of internet interconnections among The Town of Chapel Hill, UNC, The Town of Carrboro and MCNC continues to increase. This creates a more robust and redundant network supporting the Towns, the University, the schools as well as the residents.

Planning underway for improving connections using Town dark fiber for the CHCCS in several locations
Computer upgrades for the community centers is underway providing better computers and utilization of the gigabit connections from AT&T.


Last Updated

January 2017





Bringing Internet to Public Housing Residents (July 15, 2015) 

Free Internet Service and Computers Announced for Public Housing Residents (May 8, 2015)

AT&T and Town of Chapel Hill Reach Agreement to Deploy Up to 1 Gigabit Network (June 24, 2014)

Many in North Carolina Closer to Up to 1 Gigabit Network Speeds Delivered by AT&T (April 10, 2014)


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