* 1. Indicate the type of organization where you work?

* 2. What is the job title for your current position?

* 3. Which term most closely describes the jurisdiction you serve? (Check all that apply.)

* 4. The population of the service area for your organization is:

* 6. Are you familiar with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) National Broadband Plan?

* 7. Have you viewed or downloaded broadband service maps for your jurisdiction from the broadband.gov and/or state mapping agency web site?

* 8. What types of broadband networks are available in your area?

  Available Not Available Don't Know
3G or 4G wireless
DSL
Cable
Fiber to the Home
Open Access Middle Mile network
Fixed wireless
Downtown Wi-Fi

* 9. Please indicate the entities that operate the broadband networks in your area? (Check all that apply)

  Private For Profit Rural Coop Municipal Untility Local Government Non-profit
3G or 4G wireless
DSL
Cable
Fiber to the Home
Open Access Middle Mile network
Fixed wireless
Downtown Wi-Fi

* 10. Has your jurisdiction adopted a broadband strategic plan?

* 11. Is there a broadband task force/committee/working group in your area?

* 12. If there is a task force, is anyone from the local government planning department a member?

* 13. Does your jurisdiction's comprehensive plan have a telecommunications/ broadband/communications element?

* 14. Does your jurisdiction's comprehensive plan include maps indicating the location and type of broadband services?

* 15. Does your jurisdiction's comprehensive plan include goals, objectives, or policies regarding broadband deployment or adoption?

* 16. Please indicate which of the following issues are addressed by the goals/objectives/policies in either the jurisdiction’s comp plan or broadband plan.

* 17. If you would be willing share a copy of your broadband planning documents please provide your e-mail in the box below.

* 18. If you would like to receive the survey results, provide your e-mail below.

Thank you for participating in the survey. The results of the survey will be presented at the American Planning Association conference in Chicago.

If you would like to read more about broadband planning issues see, PAS Report #569 - Broadband Planning. (http://www.planning.org/apastore/Search/Default.aspx?p=4193)

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