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Shows the areas and city buildings covered by ConnectBoulder public Wi-Fi. Also includes the number of public wireless access points (WAPS) per building location.

For information on usage of ConnectBoulder public Wi-Fi, see the dataset.

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Data and Resources

Format Title and Description
Public Wi-Fi Coverage - Live View

Public Wi-Fi Coverage - Live View

ConnectBoulder public Wi-Fi coverage.

Areas of Inquiry

Use the information below to explore possible uses for this dataset.

What does the map of use look like over time? Where are our pockets of limited access? How does that overlap with land use designations or sub communities?


Maintained By Nicolia Eldred-Skemp
Author John Riley
Update Frequency As Needed
Department Innovation and Technology
Categories General Government and Community Profile
Sustainability Framework Category Accessible and Connected Community
License Creative Commons CCZero This material is Open Data
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