On May 6, 2014, the City Council authorized the wind down of the City’s Free Wi-Fi Network, effective June 30, 2014. In lieu of the current and outdated Free Wi-Fi Network, City Council has directed staff to implement a pilot Wi-Fi hotspot in a strategically placed location. Given the rapidly changing Wi-Fi technology and manner in which people utilize the Internet, the implementation of a future City hotspot pilot program will allow the City to determine how to best serve its residents, businesses and visitors.
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For additional information, view the following reports:
The following links will provide detailed background and analysis on the history of the
City’s Free Wi-Fi Network.
Governmental Affairs Committee (September 4, 2013)
City Council (January 28, 2014)
City Council (May 6, 2014)
The map below is an overview of more than 300 current and potential Wi-Fi hotspots. City Staff is currently working to develop an interactive map that will allow users to more easily identify where Wi-Fi hotspots operated by governmental agencies and private are located.Current/Future Wi-fi Hotspots (PDF)
On May 6, 2014, the City Council directed staff to implement a pilot Wi-Fi hotspot in a strategically placed location. A Wi-Fi Hotspot will assist in helping City Staff determine the best way for the City to provide effective Internet/Wi-Fi to its residents, businesses, and visitors. As City Staff moves forward this section will be updated accordingly.