The Mansfield Connects Public Wi-Fi program launched final month in seven areas across the metropolis the place residents and guests can entry free, high-speed wi-fi.
The areas are primarily in parks, though the Wi-Fi may even be obtainable within the Historic Downtown space from Oak to The LOT. The primary areas embrace:
- Elmer W. Oliver Nature Park – 1650 Matlock Street • James McKnight Park East – 700 U.S. 287 North
- Mans Greatest Discipline Canine Park – 610 W. Broad St. • McClendon Park East – 740 W. Kimball St.
- McClendon Park West – 799 W. Broad St. • City Park – 500 N. Primary St. • Historic Downtown Mansfield
Three further areas had been additionally made stay on the finish of final month. These embrace:
- Clayton W. Chandler Park – 1530 N. Walnut Creek Drive • Katherine Rose Memorial Park – 303 N. Walnut Creek Drive
- Michael L. Skinner Sports activities Complicated – 920 N. Holland Street
The Metropolis Council accepted the pilot program price of $415,572 with funding from CARES Act allocations to the Metropolis. As a result of COVID-19-related restrictions and the closure of some public services, the council stated it acknowledged the rising want for Web entry locally. The Mansfield Connects Public Wi-Fi service presents alternate work/studying house options. BelWave Communications is the contractor that put in gear on the 10 areas across the metropolis.
For metropolis residents to entry the service, go to Wi-Fi settings in your gadget (cellphone, pill or pc). Choose “MansfieldConnects Public Wi-Fi” to get to the service’s splash web page. When you conform to the phrases and situations, you can be linked to the service. Extra info is obtainable at mansfieldtexas.gov/publicwifi.