Broadband Ready Communities

Political subdivisions may submit documentation to request designation as a broadband ready community pursuant to Public Chapter 228, 4-3-709.

Designated Broadband Ready Communities:

Bedford County
Benton County
Bledsoe County
Bradley County
Campbell County
Cannon County
Carroll County
Carter County
Claiborne County
Cocke County
Coffee County
Crockett County
Cumberland County
Decatur County
DeKalb County
Dickson County
Fayette County
Franklin County
Gibson County
Giles County
Grainger County
Greene County
Grundy County
Hancock County
Hardeman County
Hartsville/Trousdale County Metro Government
Hawkins County
Haywood County
Henderson County
Henry County
Hickman County
Houston County
Humphreys County
Jackson County
Jefferson County
Johnson County
Lauderdale County
Lawrence County
Lincoln County
Madison County
Marion County
Maury County
McNairy County
Meigs County
Monroe County
Obion County
Overton County
Perry County
Polk County
Putnam County
Rhea County
Roane County
Rutherford County
Sequatchie County
Sevier County
Smith County
Stewart County
Tipton County
Union County
Van Buren County
Warren County
Wayne County
Weakley County
Williamson County
Wilson County

Other Political Subdivisions:
Bolivar, City of
Eagleville, City of
Henderson, City of
Loretto, City of
Luttrell, City of
Maynardville, City of
McLemoresville, City of
Plainview, City of
Portland, City of

Please complete the information below. The community must attach the duly executed ordinance or policy at the end of this application that shows the statutory requirements outlined below have been met. This is required in order to receive consideration. Include any additional information demonstrating community support for broadband related activities.

The following EXAMPLE, drafted by a fellow Tennessee community, is available to assist political subdivisions in drafting their own ordinance or policy. This example should be used for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. Political subdivisions should consult with their legal counsel concerning the appropriate approach for their respective communities to customize as necessary to comply with any local laws, rules, procedures or policies.