Darrington Internet Users Association (DIUA) is a non profit 501(c)(3) Internet Service Provider solving the rural internet divide.
Formed July of 2017 the Darrington Internet Users Association brings high speed internet to rural homes and businesses improving emergency service communications covering Arlington Heights to Darrington up to Sauk-Suiattle. Our ground-breaking organization will destroy the rural internet divide enhancing the local economy and enabling residents to learn and explore the world wide web with features like no contracts, no data caps, local leadership, local support programs, users as members, and being a nonprofit 501c3.
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The Town of Darrington is a beautifully authentic rural mountain community. We are a place of genuine people, rugged landscape and a community carved by history. Our local identity rests on our relationship with the surrounding environment. Brilliant stars that shine at night can still be admired in a sky framed by snow capped peaks and mountains with native names and stories such as Skadulqwas and SoBalhiAlhi.
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Internet Service Provider solving the rural internet divide by Improving Access, Enhancing Public Safety, and Enabling Commerce through programs and services.
Enhancing Public Safety
Providing Affordable Internet
Problems worth solving
Lack of dependable internet service
Speeds below national standard
Lack of carrier action
No affordable alternatives
Not producer internet compatible
Community Email Account Program
Free email accounts with 1 Tb of storage with a choice of @gologger.org or @darrington.org. This enables our community to be recognized and it can even start a conversation with someone you give your email to so it gets attention to our local community.
What We've Achieved
Raised over $10,000 .
Acquired 1 GigE port at SIX
Performed area survey consisting of 69 participants.
Recognized IRS 501(c)(3)
ARIN recognized organization approved for IPv4 and IPv6 resources.
Established board of 5 local residents.
Acquired over 37 members