Breckenridge requesting ideas for implementing public Wi-Fi project
The town of Breckenridge is requesting information on how to implement small cell facilities and public Wi-Fi while maintaining the historic character of downtown, according to a news release.
The town government is looking for a solution to provide wireless and citizens broadband radio service while complying with the development standards of a Nationally Registered Historic District.
Breckenridge recently implemented phase one of a town-owned fiber network and has significant fiber capacity to support the initiative as well as additional conduit infrastructure, according to the release.
Information must be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5 p.m. Friday, Jan. 10. Find more information at townofbreckenridge.com/work/request-for-proposals-rfp-bids-2005.
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