Lake Cities Broadband Initiative

The Lake Cities have partnered with Connected Nation to launch a Broadband Study, evaluating the current and future needs of high-speed internet in our community. Created by Corinth, Hickory Creek, Lake Dallas, and Shady Shores, the Lake Cities Broadband Committee is developing a Broadband Action Plan, to identify areas in need of improved service.

The Committee has launched a survey for each of the Lake Cities to share with their residents, business owners, and organizations, to help gauge the internet currently in service. For an accurate evaluation, we encourage everyone within the Lake Cities to complete the survey. To take the survey, click on the links below!


Lake Cities Broadband Committee

Ian Theodore; Chairman (Hickory Creek)

Charlie Price; Vice Chairman (Lake Dallas)
Steve Aughinbaugh; Secretary (Shady Shores)
Tom Muehlenbeck (Shady Shores)

Shea Rogers (Corinth)

Garrett Skrehart (Corinth)
Aaron Layman (Corinth)

The Lake Cities have partnered with Connected Nation to launch a Broadband Study, evaluating the current and future needs of high-speed internet in our community. Created by Corinth, Hickory Creek, Lake Dallas, and Shady Shores, the Lake Cities Broadband Committee is developing a Broadband Action Plan, to identify areas in need of improved service.

The Committee has launched a survey for each of the Lake Cities to share with their residents, business owners, and organizations, to help gauge the internet currently in service. For an accurate evaluation, we encourage everyone within the Lake Cities to complete the survey. To take the survey, click on the links below!


Lake Cities Broadband Committee

Ian Theodore; Chairman (Hickory Creek)

Charlie Price; Vice Chairman (Lake Dallas)
Steve Aughinbaugh; Secretary (Shady Shores)
Tom Muehlenbeck (Shady Shores)

Shea Rogers (Corinth)

Garrett Skrehart (Corinth)
Aaron Layman (Corinth)

Broadband Project Comments

Please submit suggestions or questions for the Lake Cities Broadband Study. Submissions will be reviewed by staff and communicated to the Lake Cities Broadband Committee.

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