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Internet Service in Colorado

Only 21.9% of Colorado residents are without Internet connection, making it one of the most connected states in the country. 99.3% of the state’s residents can access wireless or wireline Internet at speeds of up to 10 Mbps.

Colorado residents have high speed Internet available wirelessly to 99.8% of the population, DSL to 95.6%, cable to 86.8% and fiber to 9.9%. This ensures that the vast majority of the state can get fast Internet service.

There is impressive choice in ISPs for Colorado residents, with more than 75% of people having more than 3 wired Internet Service Providers to choose from for better choice.

Broadband in Colorado

CityProvidersAvg. Landline Speeds (mbps)Avg. WiFi Speeds (mbps)State Availability Rank*Country Availability Rank*Broadband Score
Alamosa, CO1222.60N/AN/A0.02N/AN/A9
Arvada, CO286.70N/AN/A1.40113978
Aspen, CO132.07N/AN/A1.16N/AN/A62
Aurora, CO2910.60N/AN/A3.1853379
Avon, CO171.66N/AN/A0.57N/AN/A63
Basalt, CO171.66N/AN/A0.57N/AN/A63
Battlement Mesa, CO15N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A18
Bayfield, CO152.07N/AN/A0.19N/AN/A11
Berthoud, CO275.75N/AN/A1.46N/AN/A76
Boulder, CO319.46N/AN/A13.5012979
Breckenridge, CO153.83N/AN/A0.48N/AN/A61
Brighton, CO314.37N/AN/A1.65N/AN/A80
Broomfield, CO289.46N/AN/A13.50134178
Brush, CO162.10N/AN/A0.06N/AN/A13
Buena Vista, CO121.57N/AN/A0.06N/AN/A7
Burlington, CO14N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A9
Canon City, CO211.13N/AN/A0.07N/AN/A14
Carbondale, CO182.92N/AN/A1.35N/AN/A65
Castle Rock, CO259.76N/AN/A3.71144275
Clifton, CO20N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A14
Colorado Springs, CO287.36N/AN/A1.54103878
Commerce City, CO314.37N/AN/A1.65N/AN/A80
Cortez, CO140.61N/AN/A0.16N/AN/A14
Cotopaxi, CO20N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A13
Craig, CO132.13N/AN/A0.40N/AN/A10
Dacono, CO343.08N/AN/A0.46N/AN/A78
Delta, CO170.84N/AN/A0.08N/AN/A12
Denver, CO298.57N/AN/A2.1883679
Divide, CO16N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A16
Durango, CO152.07N/AN/A0.19N/AN/A11
Eagle, CO151.66N/AN/A0.57N/AN/A17
Eaton, CO323.08N/AN/A0.46N/AN/A31
Edwards, CO16N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A62
Englewood, CO3010.60N/AN/A3.18N/AN/A81
Erie, CO343.08N/AN/A0.46N/AN/A78
Estes Park, CO255.75N/AN/A1.46N/AN/A28
Evans, CO343.08N/AN/A0.46N/AN/A78
Evergreen, CO28N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A78
Firestone, CO333.08N/AN/A0.46N/AN/A78
Florence, CO211.13N/AN/A0.07N/AN/A14
Fort Collins, CO275.75N/AN/A1.4673576
Fort Lupton, CO343.08N/AN/A0.46N/AN/A78
Fort Morgan, CO162.10N/AN/A0.06N/AN/A13
Fountain, CO287.36N/AN/A1.54N/AN/A78
Frederick, CO343.08N/AN/A0.46N/AN/A78
Frisco, CO163.83N/AN/A0.48N/AN/A62
Fruita, CO203.80N/AN/A0.16N/AN/A14
Glenwood Springs, CO182.92N/AN/A1.35N/AN/A65
Golden, CO286.70N/AN/A1.40N/AN/A78
Grand Junction, CO213.80N/AN/A0.1693716
Greeley, CO343.08N/AN/A0.46124078
Gunnison, CO181.98N/AN/A0.06N/AN/A13
Gypsum, CO151.66N/AN/A0.57N/AN/A17
Johnstown, CO333.08N/AN/A0.46N/AN/A31
La Junta, CO121.51N/AN/A0.08N/AN/A9
Lafayette, CO319.46N/AN/A13.50N/AN/A79
Lamar, CO130.82N/AN/A0.38N/AN/A10
Laporte, CO24N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A27
Leadville, CO110.75N/AN/A0.10N/AN/A8
Littleton, CO2910.60N/AN/A3.18N/AN/A79
Livermore, CO23N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A26
Longmont, CO349.46N/AN/A13.5043278
Louisville, CO319.46N/AN/A13.50N/AN/A79
Loveland, CO275.75N/AN/A1.4633176
Manitou Springs, CO287.36N/AN/A1.54N/AN/A78
Mead, CO333.08N/AN/A0.46N/AN/A31
Meeker, CO90.96N/AN/A0.27N/AN/A7
Milliken, CO333.08N/AN/A0.46N/AN/A31
Monte Vista, CO120.31N/AN/A0.07N/AN/A9
Montrose, CO191.16N/AN/A0.10N/AN/A15
Monument, CO287.36N/AN/A1.54N/AN/A78
New Castle, CO182.92N/AN/A1.35N/AN/A65
Niwot, CO30N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A79
Palisade, CO193.80N/AN/A0.16N/AN/A14
Palmer Lake, CO277.36N/AN/A1.54N/AN/A77
Parker, CO259.76N/AN/A3.71N/AN/A75
Penrose, CO21N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A14
Platteville, CO333.08N/AN/A0.46N/AN/A31
Pueblo, CO222.79N/AN/A0.9323067
Rangely, CO90.96N/AN/A0.27N/AN/A7
Rifle, CO172.92N/AN/A1.35N/AN/A65
Rocky Ford, CO121.51N/AN/A0.08N/AN/A9
Salida, CO121.57N/AN/A0.06N/AN/A7
Severance, CO333.08N/AN/A0.46N/AN/A31
Silt, CO172.92N/AN/A1.35N/AN/A65
Silverthorne, CO173.83N/AN/A0.48N/AN/A63
Snowmass Village, CO122.07N/AN/A1.16N/AN/A61
Steamboat Springs, CO165.30N/AN/A0.34N/AN/A64
Sterling, CO170.74N/AN/A0.07N/AN/A14
Strasburg, CO28N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A77
Trinidad, CO153.35N/AN/A0.30N/AN/A60
Twin Lakes, CO9N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A6
Vail, CO171.66N/AN/A0.57N/AN/A63
Walsenburg, CO160.79N/AN/A0.04N/AN/A10
Wellington, CO255.75N/AN/A1.46N/AN/A28
Westminster, CO314.37N/AN/A1.6563480
Wheat Ridge, CO286.70N/AN/A1.40N/AN/A78
Windsor, CO343.08N/AN/A0.46N/AN/A78
Woodland Park, CO171.98N/AN/A0.37N/AN/A17
Yuma, CO161.28N/AN/A0.04N/AN/A11
* availability only includes locations with greater than 50,000 residents
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Broadband Service in Colorado

Since 2009, the Colorado Governor 's Office of Information Technology has been awarded $5,382,082.00 in federal dollars for Colorado's "Colorado Broadband Data and Development Program (CBDDP)" program. Colorado has awarded these monies to 7 organizations and departments within the state.

$20 million granted for broadband planning and middle mile infrastructure.