Broadband Survey for St. Louis Region Businesses & Institutions

We need your input!

Please forward this link to individuals and organizations that might be interested in moving St. Louis forward and completing this survey. Thank you!

Click here: Please complete this online survey. The projected close date is May 22.

The City of University City has retained the TOD Broadband Fiber Collaborative LLC (“Broadband Collaborative”) to explore the feasibility of bringing high-speed broadband fiber Internet to Olive Boulevard, a 4-mile commercial corridor between I-170 and Skinker Boulevard. The City would like to determine if high-speed fiber will encourage redevelopment of the four-mile east-west Olive Boulevard corridor, which spans from the City of St. Louis to the City of Olivette and has an average daily traffic of 17,000. High-speed broadband fiber Internet could provide faster Internet services to businesses along the corridor.

The city has asked the "Broadband Collaborative", a Collaborative of 28 organizations and individual professionals, to survey businesses in the region to understand their potential need for high-speed broadband Internet service and how this infrastructure could potentially impact University City and businesses moving to Olive Boulevard and the region. Your feedback is critical. Please respond to this short survey. If you would like more information about this project, email us at with the subject, "Yes keep me informed about high speed broadband fiber on Olive Boulevard and the region."

All survey respondents who provide their email address will be entered into a drawing to win one of two $100 Gift Certificates to the business of their choice in University City.  Please provide your email address so we can contact you if you win.

Thank you in advance.