We are an all-volunteer, not-for-profit municipal entity formed in September 2020.
At Maple Broadband, our mission is to enhance the economic, educational, and medical well-being of the communities we serve by providing a high-speed, reliable, affordable fiber internet network to all unserved and underserved households and businesses in our member towns; supported by prompt, skilled, helpful customer service.
WHO WE ARE
Some of the most distinctive leaps in service in recent years across the state have come from communities banding together or partnering with existing telecom providers to build their own fiber networks or wireless towers, a process that requires years of focus.
Addison County Communications Union District (ACCUD) is the name of the collection of Vermont towns that have banded together, allowable under recently passed state law, with the objective of establishing reliable, affordable, high-speed broadband Internet service for our member towns. ACCUD is currently composed of 17 member towns.
Maple Broadband is a not-for-profit municipal entity that is working towards making affordable, reliable internet service available to all households and businesses within the district, along with prompt, user-friendly customer service.
The selectboards of each member town appoint a delegate and up to two alternates, to represent their town in regular Maple Broadband governing board meetings. According to state statute, each member town holds one vote for all board actions. The governing board conducts its business through an Executive Committee leadership team.