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The petition process allows eligible entities to submit data showing that locations and/or census blocks should be designated differently than what is shown on the Department of Community Affair’s website.
 
During the petition window, GBDI will accept registration requests for qualified individuals and organizations to petition changes to the Georgia Broadband Map.

Please check this website periodically for important announcements regarding the petition process. 
 

Eligible Petitioners

Per Georgia Code (O.C.G.A. 50-40-22), eligible petitioners include:
· Local governments providing broadband services
· Broadband service providers
· Entities providing broadband services that are authorized to apply for a certificate of authority pursuant to O.C.G.A. 45-5-163

Frequently Asked Questions

Broadband service providers or local governments providing broadband services may participate in the petition process per O.C.G.A. 50-40-22.

The petition process is a map correction mechanism that allows eligible petitioners to provide evidence that locations and/or census blocks should be designated differently than what is shown on the Georgia Broadband Map.

To file a petition, you will first need to register and become qualified by DCA. To register, please complete this form.

Once you are registered, you will be required to submit information specifying the locations you believe should be designated differently. You will receive further instructions upon approval of your registration form.