We are currently seeking a Treasurer — someone with a solid background in financial management who wants to help make a difference and improve the quality of life in Lamoille County.
Lamoille FiberNet has published our Request for Proposals for Design and Construction. Potential vendors can view the RFP here.
Have questions about Lamoille FiberNet, the CUD working to bring high speed internet to all corners of Lamoille County? Here are some answers.... Q: What is the CUD's Goal? A: The CUD's goal is universal access to high speed broadband defined by the state goal of 100...
Mar, 29 2022 Lamoille County Vt Many people ask us about the difference between their existing Internet service and the fiber that Lamoille FiberNet is working to deploy. Existing services like DSL and Cable rely on copper. DSL uses the same copper lines that phones...
Two Vermont Communication Union Districts (CUDs) Join Forces to Forge a Promising Path Forward with Unique Fiber Broadband Model
March, 9, 2022 —ENOSBURGH & MORRISVILLE, VT: Northwest FiberworX (a CUD with 21 member communities) and Lamoille FiberNet (a CUD with 10 member communities) are formalizing plans together to build, own, and maintain an “open-access” fiber network that can host...
February 23, 2022 – If you know someone who loves details, details, details — this is the job for them! Lamoille FiberNet CUD needs a half-time Grants Coordinator/Office Administrator to organize their grants, projects, and office, helping to bring high speed symmetrical broadband service to 10 communities.
February 1, 2022 – Less than one year ago, Lamoille FiberNet posted about our Communications Union District, or CUD. We’d like to update you on the work of Lamoille FiberNet.
January 13, 2021 – Lamoille FiberNet Communications Union District is growing! The town of Elmore has recently joined Lamoille FiberNet CUD which also includes Wolcott, Morrisville, Hyde Park, Stowe, Eden, Johnson, Waterville, Cambridge and Belvidere.
December 30, 2021 – Looking for internet for your home or business, but not sure which internet service providers are available in your area? Lamoille FiberNet CUD can help you identify your options. Finding an ISP (Internet Service Provider) can be challenging in rural areas, and information online can sometimes be confusing or misleading, with automated location-based advertisements claiming to provide service to addresses that aren’t covered.
December 22, 2021 – Lamoille FiberNet Communications Union District (CUD) was recently awarded a grant by the Vermont Community Broadband Board. Lamoille FiberNet is one of nine CUDs across Vermont working to bring high speed, synchronous fiber internet connections to Vermont’s communities. Lamoille FiberNet CUD serves Belvidere, Cambridge, Eden, Hyde Park, Johnson, Morrisville, Stowe, Waterville, and Wolcott, and is in discussions with other towns that may join the district.