About the Inyo-Mono Broadband Consortium
The Inyo-Mono Broadband Consortium (IMBC) was formed in January 2016 with the goal of furthering broadband access and adoption throughout Inyo and Mono counties. The effort is a project of the Eastern Sierra Council of Governments (ESCOG) which is made up of Inyo County, Mono County, the City of Bishop, and Town of Mammoth Lakes.
The IMBC is part of the California Advanced Services Fund Consortia Program and receives funding from the Consortia Account.
The IMBC is overseen by the ESCOG and a 12 member Advisory Council with three representatives appointed from each of the four member agencies.
IMBC’S GOAL IS FOCUSED ON:
How Broadband in the Eastern Sierra can Benefit YOU.
IMBC’s goal is broadband access and adoption for all members of the region. Our goal is for users to be able to identify what level of broadband they need and how to access that service. IMBC also created Connected Eastern Sierra as a way for businesses to leverage the unique qualities that this region has to offer and highlight our top-tier Internet.
The Inyo-Mono Broadband Consortium is a project of the Eastern Sierra Council of Governments