A Communications Union District (CUD) is an organization of two or more towns that join together as a municipality to build communication infrastructure together. A CUD is a unique kind of Vermont municipality governed by a board of delegates, each appointed by the member towns’ select boards. The job of a CUD is to facilitate the development of community-based Internet services. There are nine (9) CUDs in Vermont whose immediate focus is to provide access to the under-served in their districts.
Click here for the Interactive Map of the Vermont CUDs. Click the links below to open one of the Vermont CUD’s websites.