Central Sierra Connect Consortium

CSC is a collective of influential local leaders, including members from the Boards of Supervisors in three counties, business owners, internet service providers, and community members working toward widespread broadband internet access and a high level of digital literacy in the Sierra Foothills.​

Patrick Kane

CSC Program Manager

Call/Text: 209-781-0700

pkane@atcaa.org

Working to bring Broadband

to ALL in the Foothills

 

Vision 
The vision of Central Sierra Connect is to bridge the digital divide by bringing broadband to the people and the people to broadband.

 

Mission 
The mission of Central Sierra Connect is to support the region’s residents, businesses, visitors and organizations through the promotion, coordination, and enhancement of e-technology: broadband access/adoption and technology education.

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CalSPEED

 

Download the CalSpeed app developed by the CPUC. It will give you upload and download speeds, but more importantly, it will record EVERY TIME you attempt, whether there is service or not. Each test tells the CPUC that you are trying to get service.

 

Use the CalSPEED mobile app to measure the quality of your mobile broadband service.

 

Feedback is encouraged to improve the accuracy of broadband availability data in California. Please send your feedback using the app or you can visit calspeed.org to install and use it on your desktop.

 

You can also complete an online survey and find public feedback in the Layers tool in the California Interactive Broadband Map.

Did You Know...

Many internet service plans are prohibitively expensive for low and fixed income customers.

Fortunately, there are multiple plans and programs that you can take advantage of in order to secure high-speed internet at a cost that works for you.

If you receive CalFresh, Medi-cal or another form of assistance, you may be eligible for reduced cost programs for internet and phone service. Contact your provider for more information or visit

https://broadbandnow.com/guides/low-income-internet

to learn about various programs and services for income-eligible households.

Want Better Cell/Data Service?

You Can Help

Get the app for Android or

iphone. Just tap the app icon >

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$10 per month. 
If you receive SNAP or SSI,
you may qualify.

COMPUTER TRAINING

Free computer training classes now available in Sonora on the first Thursday of each month.

Thank you to our partners at Columbia College, Mother Lode Job Training, Tuolumne County Library, Tuolumne County Superintendent of Schools and the Sonora Area Foundation.