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Input needed to help improve WI’s high speed internet service

The Wisconsin Public Service Commission (PSC) has partnered with the Glenwood City Public Library to assess the broadband needs and gaps in our state with the goal of being able to provide data to providers and policy leaders at the local and state level for future broadband planning.

A team of community leaders has been working with the PSC and LinkWISCONSIN to improve broadband in the state, and your responses will help them identify where there may be a need for improved service or learn lessons about best practices in areas where service is adequate. Results will be used in two ways: 1) locations will be mapped to show adequate service, inadequate service or unmet demand for high speed Internet; 2) submissions will be used to communicate needs to the provider community.

The survey will take a few minutes to complete and will measure current and future broadband usage and needs.

If you have Internet access, please complete the survey online at:

If you would like to fill out this survey for your business, please complete the survey online at:

If you do not have Internet access, you can use a public computer at a library/school or work computer (if permitted) to complete the same online survey. Just click “no” to the question, “Does the address listed above (which is your home address) currently have an Internet connection?”  By answering “no”, you will then have the opportunity to answer questions about your desired Internet service.

If you do not have Internet access at all, paper copies of the survey are available at the Glenwood City Public Library. Completed surveys can be left with library staff and will be forwarded to LinkWisconisin.

Please complete only one survey per household. More information about the LinkWISCONSIN project can be found at or by emailing