Community Internet Program
The Community Internet Program (CIP) allows any Internet Service Provider (ISP) free access to the roofs of DC-owned buildings, operated by the Department of General Services, to install service antennas if they commit to providing resident connectivity with high-speed connections (200 Mbps up/200 Mbps down or higher) at reduced or no cost to households eligible for the federal Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP). These antennas will serve as neighborhood hubs that will feed internet to residential properties – all at no cost to DC.
Find an Affordable Connectivity Program Provider in Washington, DC
Contact your preferred provider directly to learn more about their plans for participating in the Affordable Connectivity Program and the services they may offer as part of the program.
Learn more about the Affordable Connectivity Program by visiting fcc.gov/ACP.
If you are a DC Resident and need assistance or have questions about the Affordable Connectivity Program please call 202-CONNECT (202-266-6328) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the News
Bowser Launches Project to Offer Free and Low-Cost Internet Access - Washington Informer
Washington offers Internet providers free rooftop access for affordable services - International Telecommunication Union