Who is the awarded provider for my location and/or municipality?

To identify the Broadband Program Office (BPO) awardee providing access to broadband to your location, you may consult the Broadband Availability Map or Residential Broadband Search tool.

Broadband Availability Map: Query your address and consult the tab for “BPO Award” in the results section at the bottom of the map. If the results do not include a “BPO Award” tab, your location has not been awarded for broadband service through the New NY Broadband Program. Note that the presence of a BPO award at your location does not guarantee that service is available today. A limited number of BPO-supported projects remain in active construction.. 

The “Currently Available Broadband” tab in the results section represents service currently available at your location according to FCC data and does not represent broadband service being deployed as a result of the New NY Broadband Program. Please refer to the NYS Broadband Availability Map Disclaimer for further information regarding the FCC’s method for mapping broadband service availability.

Please take note that toggling the transparency slider in the top left corner of the map will reveal road names and certain local details.

Residential Broadband Search:  Query your address and consult the resulting Provider chart.  If a star ★ symbol appears in the BPO Award column, then that provider has received an award through the New NY Broadband Program. 

To identify the BPO awardee providing service to a specific municipality (county, town, etc), you may query the county in which the municipality is located on the “All Phases by Municipality” page of our website. The results will indicate which provider(s) was awarded grant support through the New NY Broadband Program in the selected county.

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