Nominate Reno for Google Gigabit Internet

at 1 E 1st St, Reno, 89501 United States

The City of Reno, Nevada created this page for residents (and friends) to share support for bringing Google's ultra-high speed internet to the Biggest Little City and the greater Reno area! Nominate here: http://www.reno.gov/index.aspx?page=2068


Nominate Reno for Google Gigabit Internet
1 E 1st St
Reno , NV 89501
United States
Contact Phone
P: 775-334-INFO (4636)
Website
http://www.reno.gov/index.aspx?page=2068

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Nominate Reno for Google Gigabit Internet
1 E 1st St Reno , NV 89501 United States

The City of Reno, Nevada created this page for residents (and friends) to share support for bringing Google's ultra-high speed internet to the Biggest Little City and the greater Reno area! Nominate here: http://www.reno.gov/index.aspx?page=2068

Thanks for your support, Reno, but on March 31st Google announced that Kansas City, Kansas was selected as the first community where the project would be tested. Then, on May 17th they expanded the service to include Kansas City, Missouri. Good luck Kansas City--we'll be watching to see how well it works!

Published on 2011-06-10 17:47:48 GMT

Latest word is that they may make a decision in December. We'll let you know if we hear anything else.

Published on 2010-09-28 00:13:18 GMT

Only 3 more days to nominate the Reno area - tell your friends. We'll make sure to share the interesting data we've collected and ideas we've received from people just like you next week.

Published on 2010-03-23 21:02:58 GMT

How would Nevada's natural geothermal resources be a factor? With this renewable heat energy from the earth, any technology project using energy (oh, say, sending data via fiber optics) would benefit! And on the flip side, it would help our region continue to develop geothermal energy technologies. What do you think?

Published on 2010-03-16 20:50:11 GMT

Check out Brandon Rittiman on Channel 2 news tonight for a chat with Reno Mayor Bob Cashell about the Reno gigabit project. He also gets some insight from Corey Dalton, one of our staff members who is gathering information for our official proposal to Google.