Be Linked Alabama is the state of Alabama’s united effort to expand access to affordable, reliable high-speed internet to all Alabamians. Be Linked Alabama is a statewide initiative coordinated by the Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs that brings together partners from across the state, including but not limited to Governor Kay Ivey, the Alabama Legislature, internet service providers, research institutions, utility companies, community leaders, and the general public as Alabama works toward achieving the goal of high-speed internet access for all.Learn More
The speed maps show the percentage of addresses within a census block that have access to the speed that has been selected. The darker the color, the higher the percentage of addresses that can access a given speed. For more information on speed categories and technology types, click here.
The Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs (ADECA) is a state agency that partners with leaders at the local level to positively impact and enhance the quality of life in Alabama communities through dozens of federal and state grant programs, surplus property, and water resource management.
ADECA’s grant programs support and fund local initiatives that communities often would not be able to afford on their own and improve many facets of life through community and economic development. ADECA programs help address critical infrastructure needs like water, sewer, and broadband; provide law enforcement equipment and support for victims of crime; build new trails and recreational features; and assist with energy efficiency that lowers energy costs.
ADECA is an agency of partnership and action, working every day to impact Alabama communities by awarding hundreds of millions of grants annually and tackling pressing issues and community needs.