This website has been created to provide comprehensive, accurate and timely information for residents of Lyndon Township about the broadband network that is being built in the township, If you are looking for information that you do not find here or would like to ask a question, please contact us.
October 1, 2021 Recently Washtenaw County announced plans to bring broadband access to all residents of the county. This is made possible by use of funds from the American Rescue Act Plan Act (ARPA). Municipalities and counties around the country have been allocated recovery funds based upon their populations. The Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners […]
With the completion of the construction and installation phases of the broadband project, the Township has established a Broadband Oversight Committee. This committee is made up of Lyndon residents and will serve in an advisory capacity to the township board. The group is charged with monitoring the ongoing physical performance of our network as well […]
In 2016, Lyndon township residents began a community conversation on how to address the lack of access to reliable high-speed internet. Weighing options and gathering community input at a series of town halls and meetings, these conversations resulted in a ballot measure in August of 2017 to build a fiber optic network reaching all households […]
Work completed 12/13/2020 through 12/19/2020: Completed 2 new home installations in Sugarloaf and Joslin PONs (totals to date: 906 with broadband – 96 in Werkner PON, 76 in Island Lake PON, 86 in Central Office PON, 128 in Boyce PON, 123 in Sugarloaf PON, 43 in Guinan PON, 85 in Long Lake PON, 49 in Wild […]