Tribal Entities

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We work with the Southern Ute Indian Tribe (SUIT) and the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe (UMUT), as well as the Colorado Commission of Indian Affairs (CCIA), local entities and industry partners to support connectivity on tribal lands.

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Strategic broadband planning assistance


We are committed to supporting the Tribes' broadband planning and deployment efforts. Our experience working with local and regional governments on strategic broadband planning helps us provide that same support to the Tribes. These strategic planning efforts can enhance economic development, improve distance learning opportunities, promote inter-jurisdictional communication, and improve health care delivery and to meet requests for better access to the breadth of services available over broadband.

Completed regional plans and RFP examples from the Department of Local Affairs (DOLA) Broadband Program can help guide tribal entities in their strategic planning efforts.

Find broadband data


Visit our Data & Mapping Hub to explore broadband maps and data to identify gaps and opportunities in your community. This data can help support strategic planning, policy decisions and community education and engagement.

Support your community members


Tribal leaders can play an important role in enabling broadband access for their community members. This can include digital skills training, fiber-to-the-home broadband networks, and everything in between. 

How you can support your community:

  • Visit our Learning Center to learn about broadband and digital equity, best practices, and lessons learned
  • Educate your community by highlighting broadband and digital equity resources through your communication channels
  • Work with other community organizations like schools, libraries, and healthcare providers to leverage and combine resources
  • Contact us! We would be happy to meet with you to discuss how we can support your efforts to improve broadband in your community

Policy Resources

We provide information, promote discussion and prepare recommendations on broadband policy. We want to make sure that all voices are represented in our discussions and recommendations. Visit our Policy page for more information. Ensure that your community is engaged with the Colorado Broadband Office by: