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Grant Project Updates

Triangle Lake
Community Center
NOW OPEN!

Do you, a family member, friend or neighbor need access to Internet?

Residents of the Triangle Lake, Blachly and Deadwood communities now have access to free Internet services at the Community Center located at the Triangle Lake Charter School, all made possible through the USDA Community Connect Grant program.

At the Community Center, individuals can use computers to access free Internet, opening the doors for various activities such as browsing the Internet, applying for employment, or academic assignments.

Community Center
20264 Blachly Grange Rd

Hours
Monday – Friday, 7:00 am to 7:00 pm
Saturday, 8:00 am to 12:00 pm

Get the Scoop on Our Fiber Grant Builds

ReConnect 3

Benton, Lincoln & Polk Counties
• Number of locations: 1,528
• Miles of fiber backbone: 278
• Total cost of project: $33,269,343

PROJECT UPDATES

Application Submitted ✓
Official Notice of Award ✓
Final Grant Docs Received ✓
Detailed Engineering Starting ✓
Detailed Engineering Complete
Going out to Bid
Construction Starting

ReConnect 4

Benton, Lane, Lincoln Counties
• Number of locations: 1,628
• Miles of fiber backbone: 172
• Total cost of project: $24,966,775

PROJECT UPDATES

Application Submitted ✓
Official Notice of Award ✓
Final Grant Docs Received
Detailed Engineering Starting ✓
Detailed Engineering Complete
Going out to Bid
Construction Starting

Community Connect

Lane County
• Number of locations: 48
• Miles of fiber backbone: 41
• Total cost of project: $3,700,000

PROJECT UPDATES

Application Submitted ✓
Official Notice of Award ✓
Final Grant Docs Received ✓
Detailed Engineering Starting ✓
Detailed Engineering Complete ✓
Going out to Bid ✓
Construction Starting ✓

Pioneer Connect is proud to participate in the FCC’s Affordable Connectivity and Lifeline programs
that help eligible households pay for internet service.

Supersonic Speeds & Happy Members!

“Pioneer Connect supports our community through their Co-Op. Now with fiber, we are leveraging a future-proof connection to enable greater restoration management. Their internet is not only lightning-fast, it’s more reliable, safe, and consistent than the others. We champion supporting local and are more than satisfied with Pioneer Connects services.”

— Mark From Integrated Resource Management (First Fiber Customer)

“We’re excited to be partnering with the team at Pioneer to enhance broadband speeds to our community and families. Not only will this project change the way our community stays connected, but it will also shape our growth as a district for years to come.”

— Adam Watkins, Blachly School District Superintendent (Community Connect Grant)

Opportunities for Our Communities

For over 70 years, Pioneer Connect has proudly supported the communities. We are excited to announce that we are the recipients of multiple grants. This incredible opportunity will help us build a Fiber network prepared for the future of connectivity and a world of possibility.

This will help drive tourism, boost community engagement, and showcase what makes us unique. In turn, driving economics for residents and businesses.

We are committed to our community, promising to deliver consistent, and reliable local service at an affordable price. Our desire is to help our communities thrive, retaining the characteristics that define your area, all while enabling the next generation of Internet.

Submit your interest today, or learn what makes us a cooperative below.