California Advanced Services Fund (CASF) Infrastructure Grant

Important Information

The Annual Deadline for Project Proposals for 2020 is April 1st.

Program Overview

Requirements, Guidelines and Application Materials

Project Development Resources

Data & Maps for project planning and infrastructure grant applications.

Applying for Funds

Applicants must also mail a separate paper copy to:

Public Advocates Office
Re: California Advanced Services Fund
California Public Utilities Commission
505 Van Ness Ave.
San Francisco, CA 94102

Once the proposed project has been submitted, applicants must post their project summary to the distribution list.

Project Proposals and Funded Projects

Project Summaries

Approved Projects

Annual Right of First Refusal (ROFR) Letter

The Right of First Refusal (ROFR) must be received by January 15 of each year, detailing areas where an existing facilities-based broadband provider intends to upgrade service within 180 days. An ROFR may be renewed only with the agreement of the Commission, and only in the event of delays outside the provider’s control. Further information on how to file an ROFR is available in the Program Rules.

Right of First Refusal Submissions from Incumbent Providers


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