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Twin Hills Broadband Audit

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Broadband Serviceable Locations in Twin Hills

Census blocks by performance rank
Unserved
More than 80% unserved
Underserved
More than 80% un(der)served
Served

Updated February 2024

The map above shows the total demand points and quality of broadband coverage in Twin Hills. This map clearly outlines places most in need of improvement and should serve as a crucial resource for internet service providers looking to improve or expand their broadband services. To harness deeper insights, sign up or log in to the portal.

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Unserved and Underserved Anchor Institutions in Twin Hills

Non-residential demand points
Community Support
Education
Government
Health

Updated February 2024

The map above shows the distribution of anchor institutions accross Twin Hills colored by type. Anchor institutions are crucial entities such as schools, hospitals, and more that require greater use of broadband services. They often cater to vulnerable populations and ensuring they receive high quality broadband coverage is a high priority.

Local Internet Service Providers and Types of Service Provided in Twin Hills

Updated February 2024

Demographics in Twin Hills

Up-to-date information on the population of Twin Hills including broadband coverage, income, housing type, and more.

Poverty threshold
71.7
%
Individuals with income below 150% poverty threshold
% with Internet
92.5
%
Households with an internet subscription
Education level
0.0
%
Population over age 25 with a bachelor degree
Household Income
$666,666,666.00
Median household income
Population breakdown
Population
user53
Housing units
home24
ACS 5-year estimates (2018-2022)
Racial breakdown
Asian
0%
Black
0%
Native
88.7%
White
1.9%
Other
0%
ACS 5-year estimates (2018-2022)