Take the Cell Coverage Survey

City of Calais residents – Do you experience any wireless cell phone coverage issues in Calais?

This September and October, the City of Calais is supporting a survey to learn more about wireless service issues in our area.

In recent years, some Calais residents have remarked on issues regarding wireless cell phone service in our community.  The City of Calais was offered an opportunity to help gather data that may point to possible solutions to these coverage issues.

Cell Coverage Mapping (“CCM”) is a consumer-centric data collection and analytics survey focused on identifying wireless cell phone service issues and helping with facilitating wireless solutions for communities, such as building more cell towers in the most optimal locations.  CCM is an on-line survey developed by WRA to map any wireless coverage issues. There is no cost to the City of Calais or residents and businesses to participate in this new and innovative data-driven project.

Upon completion of the survey, the City of Calais will be able to use the data collected to assess service issues and facilitate possible solutions with wireless service providers.  To gather data on coverage issues, CCM has created a brief survey for Calais residents to identify issues and specific areas in Calais where coverage has shown to be problematic.

This survey should take 1-3 minutes to complete, and you are welcome to provide feedback on multiple coverage issues. Please click this link – www.cellcoveragemapping.com – to take the survey. This survey closes on October 31, 2021. Thank you for your participation.

For more information about this survey, please contact: Brad Gorham, VP, CCM, 978-376-5427, bradg@wirelessra.com or Mike Ellis, Calais City Manager, 207-454-2521 x-1001 manager@calaismaine.org

 

 

About Cell Coverage Mapping  – CCM

Cell Coverage Mapping LLC or CCM, is a subsidiary of Massachusetts-based, Wireless Realty Advisors LLC or WRA. WRA is a wireless infrastructure owner, operator, and developer. CCM is a real estate directional tool that is used to illustrate the gaps in wireless coverage, and the associated opportunities to develop wireless infrastructure.