The City of Orlando has launched a one-year WiFi hotspot and tablet checkout pilot program that allows residents to check out a device at no cost for a two-week time period.

The project is part of the City’s Future-Ready City Master Plan, which essentially a strategy to provide better internet connectivity to residents and bridge a digital divide for residents, giving them access to employment searches, training, digital resources, and more.

Devices are free to take out but will come with a one-week waiting period buffer between checkouts. They will be available at the following neighborhood centers:

  • Engelwood Neighborhood Center
  • Rosemont Neighborhood Center
  • Reeves Terrace Neighborhood Center
  • John H. Jackson Neighborhood Center
  • Dr. James R. Smith Neighborhood Center

You will need to provide identification at the time of checkout to verify that you live within City of Orlando limits and are at least 18 years old.

Brendan O'Connor

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