Next Century Cities Is Now 50 Members Strong! — Next Century Cities

Next Century Cities Is Now 50 Members Strong! With the addition of Medina County, OH this week, Next Century Cities proudly shares that our membership has risen to 50 communities, representing 25 states from across the country. Each of our cities joins us in our mission to ensure that all have acces

Next Century Cities Is Now 50 Members Strong!

With the addition of Medina County, OH this week, Next Century Cities proudly shares that our membership has risen to 50 communities, representing 25 states from across the country. Each of our cities joins us in our mission to ensure that all have access to fast, affordable, and reliable broadband Internet. These communities represent large cities, counties, and rural towns alike, each undertaking a unique approach to reach its broadband goals.

While our members represent a diverse range of approaches and circumstances, all share a commitment to Next Century Cities’ Founding Principles.

Thank you to each and every one of our members. We’re excited to partner with you to drive the future of Next Century Cities!

Our members are (* indicates inaugural partner city):

Ammon, ID*
Arvada, CO
Auburn, IN*
Austin, TX*
Beverly Hills, CA
Boston, MA*
Burbank, CA
Carbondale, IL
Centennial, CO*
Centerville, UT
Champaign, IL*
Chattanooga, TN*
Clarksville, TN*
Columbus, OH
Culver City, CA
Gresham, OR
Jackson, TN*
Kansas City, KS*
Kansas City, MO*
Lafayette, LA*
Leverett, MA*
Lexington, KY
Los Angeles, CA
Louisville, KY*
Medina County, OH
Montrose, CO*
Morristown, TN*
Mount Vernon, WA*
Opelika, AL
Palo Alto, CA*
Ponca City, OK*
Portland, OR*
Raleigh, NC*
Rockport, ME*
Salisbury, NC
San Antonio, TX*
Sandy, OR*
Santa Cruz County, CA*
Santa Monica, CA*
South Portland, ME*
South San Francisco, CA
Stamford, CT
Syracuse, NY
Tucson, AZ
Urbana, IL*
Vancouver, WA
Westminster, MD*
Wilson, NC*
Winthrop, MN*
Yellow Springs, OH

Source: nextcenturycities.org

Next Century Cities demonstrates amazing momentum after less than two months in action. From its launch on October 20 – https://broadbandbreakfast.com/2014/10/drew-clark-cities-crave-gigabit-networks-and-meet-on-monday-in-california-to-launch-next-century-cities/ – it has nearly doubled its list of cities engaged in ensuring better broadband for our nation’s cities.

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