Better Internet to unserved putnam county residents and businesses

The Tennessee ECD announced approval of a grant in the amount of $10.4M to Twin Lakes for its proposed Putnam County broadband project. The Tennessee Emergency Broadband Fund – American Rescue Plan (TEBF-ARP) project calls for the construction of a 195-mile fiber network that will provide broadband access to approximately 2,400 unserved residents and businesses in Putnam County. In addition to TEBF-ARP funds, Putnam County will provide $4.4M from federal ARPA funds allocated specifically for broadband, water and sewer infrastructure investments.

Want to know if your address is included in the grant? Click Here for an interactive map.

While tan shaded areas below are currently served by another provider, we are always considering areas for future fiber construction. We would love to hear from you! Please feel free to express your interest in Twin Lakes’ services by clicking the link above.  This does not obligate you for service, but simply allows us to keep you informed of changes to our construction plan.

For more information from the official press release, please click here.
For frequently asked questions about the grant, please click here.
Need additional assistance on submitting your interest? Watch our how-to video here!