MARTINSBURG, W.Va.– The Berkeley County Council wants residents to weigh in about Broadband service.
The survey is being conducted by Design Nine, a Blacksburg, Va.-based
broadband and Gigabit network services firm.
Residents and business owners have until July 28 to complete the survey.
For the Residential Survey: https://projects.designnine.com/survey/berkeley-residential
For the Commercial Survey: https://projects.designnine.com/survey/berkeley-business
“The results of these surveys will help with grant opportunities moving forward,” Berkeley County Deputy County
Administrator Gary Wine said.
The aim of the survey is to identify areas of need and to help bring better and more affordable broadband service to the
community, according to Wine.
Responses by survey participants will be confidential, but are very important to helping determine where Internet service
need is greatest.
More information about West Virginia broadband activities is online at https://broadband.wv.gov