Wake County Digital Inclusion Project

It’s true. People with a reliable internet connection can live better educated, healthier, and richer lives.

That’s why Wake County launched its Digital Inclusion Project – to coordinate a collective voice of residents most affected by the digital divide, along with local businesses, organizational leaders and individuals committed to eliminating digital inequality in all corners of the province.

Achieving digital equality is a collective effort. Informed by community conversations, stakeholder roundtables, in-depth interviews with local internet providers and more, communities across the country will continue to serve as an integral part of the Wake County Digital Inclusion Project.

Now the province needs to hear from you!

Wake County will host five community conversations between July 16 and 18, 2024. Through these personal engagement exercises, we invite you to share your digital experiences, learn more about Wake County’s efforts to close the digital divide, and help influence plans for the future. the future of the project. We will share more details soon!