Live Anywhere, Learn Anywhere, Connect Anywhere

Our Mission

Imagine Idaho is a campaign to increase awareness around the importance of broadband throughout Idaho.  Imagine Idaho’s ultimate goal is increased broadband access that allows all Idahoans to live, learn and work anywhere in our great state.  The awareness campaign includes a coalition of community and civic leaders who are dedicated to ensuring that every Idahoan has access to reliable broadband.  Imagine Idaho is committed to serving Idaho communities and citizens by helping promote policies that help their ability to deploy broadband-communications infrastructure in a pro-competitive way.

The Coalition

Imagine Idaho has assembled a powerful and growing group of community leaders from across the state including the Idaho Hospital Association, the Idaho Regional Optical Network, the Port of Lewiston, the Association of Idaho Cities, economic development groups, local elected officials, businesses and citizens.  The coalition continues to grow daily with Idaho leaders joining regularly to help support the goal of increased broadband in Idaho.

“The benefits of increased broadband access in Idaho are numerous including economic benefits, educational benefits, telemedicine benefits and much more. The members of Imagine Idaho are deeply committed to helping find policy solutions that will increase broadband access in their communities and allow Idahoans to live, learn and work anywhere in our great state.”
- Kelley Packer, Executive Director, Association of Idaho Cities
"Improving Idaho’s broadband access is a major priority of Governor Little. Imagine Idaho is committed to working closely with the Governor and all Idaho policy makers to bring more broadband to our state and improve the quality of life of all Idahoans."
- Brian Whitlock, President/CEO, Idaho Hospital Association

Join the Coalition

Join us in supporting increased broadband access that will allow Idahoans to live, learn and work anywhere in our great state.

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