Digital Equity refers to the assurance that all individuals, including the most disadvantaged populations, have the information technology capacity required to fully participate in society. This not only includes a digital connection but also education, training, and programs to enable residents to take full advantage of available resources.
The County will invest in infrastructure to support lower cost connectivity for affordable housing residents.
All residents can access the internet.
Education & Training
Residents have the appropriate skills necessary to be successful on the internet.
Program Sustainability & Community Capacity
Ensure our digital equity goal strategies are sustainable and the community is engaged on the issue.
Please use this map to locate digital resources in your area.
- Data gathering and research – 2019
- Community engagement – early 2020
- Digital Equity Action Plan – fall 2020
Sign Up for Digital Equity Updates
- News Release: New Wi-Fi Hot Spots Help Residents to Connect During COVID-19
- Digital Equity Arlington Profile
- Learn about Achieving Digital Equity for Students
- Digital Equity Toolkit for Out-of-School Learning
- National Digital Inclusion Alliance
- Digital Equity Act
- COVID-19 Technology Resources
Holly Hartell, Department of Technology Services