Connected Capital Area Broadband Consortium
In the digital age, fast and reliable internet is indispensable to equity and economic development. Without it, community members are barred from full access to basic services, job opportunities, among other tools and paths for improving quality of life.
Valley Vision is at the center of strategic efforts to improve broadband access in California’s Capital Region, paving the way for future-ready infrastructure and regional prosperity. As the manager of the Connected Capital Area Broadband Consortium (CCABC), Valley Vision coordinates efforts to fill critical broadband infrastructure gaps and improve access in homes, schools, and businesses.
This work is funded by a grant from the California Public Utilities Commission, and carried out in partnership with the California Emerging Technology Fund, as well as several other state and local agencies and non-government organizations, including the USDA, California Air Resources Board, Sacramento Municipal Utilities District, Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency, the California Department of Education, California Department of Technology, Sacramento Area Council of Governments, California Telehealth Network, Leataata Floyd Elementary School, Yolo LAFCo, City of Sacramento and Sacramento, Yolo, and Yuba counties, network service providers, and many other stakeholders and partners.