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Welcome to the ConnectME Authority Map Gallery


All visitors may explore the gallery of ready-to-print maps - just click the Maps button - you'll find that the gallery is organized into folders, and can be searched.

You can also make your own maps - just click the Interactive Maps button - you'll find the National Broadband Map, and one that is all about Maine.

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We welcome your feedback including any questions, comments or corrections you may have.

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Contact Information:

Heather Johnson, Executive Director
Heather.johnson@maine.gov
207-624-9838


Brooke Johnson, Assistant Director
Brooke.johnson@maine.gov
207-624-9849

ConnectME Authority
Department of Economic and Community Development
59 State House Station
Augusta, ME 04333-0059

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Contact Us:

  • ConnectME Authority, 78 State House Station
  • Augusta, Maine 04333
  • 207-624-9970
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Broadband service availability and characteristics depicted on Maine's Broadband Availability Map are derived from data assembled by the ConnectME Authority Broadband Mapping and Inventory Project. Data sources include biannual broadband service provider submissions and publicly available sources. Data has been assembled to meet broadband mapping standards set by the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) and the ConnectME Authority.

Broadband service availability submitted per NTIA specifications include the aggregation of non-wireless service availability information to either U.S. Census Blocks (where smaller than 2 sq. miles) or street segments. The broadband service data returned by street address searches using the Broadband Availability Map may have reduced accuracies in locations where service availability has been aggregated at the census block level.

Speeds shown are the maximum advertised for the geographic areas depicted and must exceed 768 Kbps download and 200 Kbps upload (current NTIA broadband definition) to be included. Actual speeds may vary due to the geographical distance of the user from the testing server, end-user hardware and internal configuration, end-user service plan, and network congestion. Users of the site are encouraged to inquire directly to providers for current service availability and speed.

All information presented on Maine's interactive broadband map is for general reference purposes only and may contain errors and omissions. The State of Maine makes no warranty with respect to information available, express or implied, including but not limited to the fitness for use for a particular purpose.