Infrastructure work in the Steamboat II, Silver Spur and Heritage Park neighborhoods west of Steamboat Springs continues as the next step toward installation of fiberoptic network lines for the Luminate Broadband service, slated to be available by August.
Local internet projects driven by local governments, electric co-ops target areas big companies find unprofitable to serve.
Luminate Broadband is a subsidiary of Yampa Valley Electric. They’ve submitted a grant request to the state to put in the Broadband services in South Routt, also in the Craig, Hayden, and North Routt areas.
Luminate Broadband, a subsidiary of Yampa Valley Electric Association, has applied for grant funding to improve high-speed Internet in South Routt.
Luminate Broadband, a newly formed, stand-alone subsidiary of the cooperative utility, is in the process of building its fiber-optic broadband network, which, according to marketing materials, “will deliver high-speed internet to improve the quality of your life.”