Louisville-Jefferson County Metro

Metro Louisville Public Library Computing Centers Expansion

The Louisville-Jefferson County Metro Government, in partnership with the Louisville Free Public Library Foundation, proposes a countywide project to upgrade 18 public computer centers with approximately 130 workstations. The project intends to serve economically and socially vulnerable populations in the area, including the unemployed and underemployed, youth, and those generally facing the challenges associated with lack of affordable broadband access and training.

Total Award: 
$743,741
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