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IERBC/CETF Inland Empire PreferredScenario Report

Inland Empire CPUC California Advanced Services Fund (CASF) 

Broadband Infrastructure and Public Housing Grants

*To date, $48.7 Million CPUC CASF Broadband Infrastructure Grants awarded in Inland Empire:

$1.3 Million – Ultimate Internet Access (UIA):  
2,279 Households
San Bernardino County
(May 2015)

$1.9 Million – Ultimate Internet Access (UIA):  
1,857 Households
San Bernardino County
(May 2015)

$2.6 Million – Anza Electrical Cooperative:
"Connect Anza" Phase 1
(Anza, Aguanga, Lake Riverside Estates, & Reed Valley)
3,751 Households
Riverside County
(December 2015)

$1.8 Million -- Anza Electrical Cooperative:
"Connect Anza" Phase 2
(Pinyon Pines & Santa Rosa Reservation)
400 Households
Riverside County
(May 2018)

$2 Million -- Race Communications:
Red Mountain
202 Households
San Bernardino County
(January 2016)

$36.7 Million – Race Communications:
“Gigafy Phelan”
(Phelan, Pinon Hills, Oak Hills, & Southern Hesperia)
7,606 Households
San Bernardino County
(July 2017)

$1.4 Million -- Frontier Communications
Lytle Creek Gigabit Service

339 Households
San Bernardino County
(July 2018)

$197,184 -- Charter Communications (Spectrum)
Orchid Drive, Highland 
115 Households
San Bernardino County
(December 2019) 

$267,943 -- Charter Communications (Spectrum)
Country Squire Mobile Estates, Moreno Valley
99 Households
Riverside County
(December 2019)

*CPUC CASF Public Housing Broadband Adoption Grants awarded in Inland Empire: 

$484,830 --  Housing Authority of the
County of San Bernardino (HACSB)
CASF Public Housing Digital Adoption and Training Program

(December 2018)
NoteHACSB CASF Program awarded 2019 National Association of Counties Achievement Award for Information Technology

Notice:  Broadband Grant Opportunities:

CPUC California Advanced Services Fund (CASF)

California Emerging Technology Fund (CETF) 


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