Lift Zones in Utah

As part of our ongoing commitment to help connect low-income families to the internet, Comcast has equipped more than 30 locations across Utah with WiFi- connected Lift Zones. Working with our network of nonprofit, community, and city partners, Comcast is providing robust WiFi for students and adults to get online, participate in distance learning and workforce development trainings, and access critical resources.  

The COVID-19 crisis has put many low-income students and families at risk of being left behind and has accelerated the need for comprehensive digital equity and Internet adoption programs to support them. Lift Zones will be located across Utah in Comcast’s service areas including Salt Lake City, Ogden City, Layton, West Valley City, Millcreek City and more.  

The initiative will provide free hotspot connectivity, and access to hundreds of hours educational and digital skills content to help families and site coordinators navigate online learning. Lift Zones complement Comcast’s Internet Essential program, which, since 2011, has helped connect more than 10 million low-income people to the Internet at home. 

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Lift Zone Locations

“We are investing in this project because the pandemic has put countless low-income students at risk of being left behind,” said Deneiva Knight, Director of External Affairs at Comcast. “That has accelerated the need for comprehensive digital equity and Internet access and adoption programs, such as Lift Zones.”

LIFT ZONE ADDRESS CITY
Bountiful Davis Art Center 90 N Main St. Bountiful
Snow Creek Apartments 221 N Fairfield Rd. Layton
Cache Refugee Immigrant Center 1115 N 200 E, Suite 100 Logan
Justin C. Stewart Plaza 7986 W 3500 S Magna
Midvale Boys & Girls Club 7631 S. Chapel St. Midvale
Bud Bailey Apartments 3970 S Main St., Building C Millcreek
Miller Family Boys & Girls Club 244 E Myrtle Ave. Murray
Boys & Girls Clubs of Weber-Davis 2510 E Washington Blvd., Suite 200 Ogden
YCC Family Crisis Center 2261 Adams Ave Ogden
Youth Impact Ogden 2305 Grant Ave. Ogden
Salvation Army - Ogden Corps 261 26th Street Ogden
United Way of Northern Utah 2955 Harrison Blvd., Suite 201 Ogden
Summit County Senior Center 1361 Woodside Ave. Park City
Boys & Girls Club of Utah County 1060 E 150 N Provo
Lied Boys & Girls Club 464 S Concord St. Salt Lake City
Suazo Business Center 960 W 1700 S Salt Lake City
Neighborhood House 1050 W 500 S Salt Lake City
YWCA Utah 322 E 300 S Salt Lake City
Salvation Army - Salt Lake City Corps 438 S 900 W Salt Lake City
Sugar House Boys & Girls Club 968 E Sugarmont Dr. Salt Lake City
Spence Eccles Boys & Girls Club 141 N 600 W Salt Lake City
Ottinger Hall 233 N Canyon Rd. Salt Lake City
Sharon Gardens 3354 S Sue St. Salt Lake City
English Skills Learning Center 650 E 4500 S, Suite 220 Salt Lake City
MESH Apartments 120 S 200 W Salt Lake City
Riverwood Cove Apartments 582 N Riverside Dr. Salt Lake City
Historic Scott School Community Center 3271 S 500 E South Salt Lake City
Columbus Community Center 2531 S 400 E South Salt Lake City
Tracy Aviary - Jordan River Nature Center 1125 W 3300 S South Salt Lake City
Tooele Boys & Girls Club 438 W 400 N Tooele
Tooele Boys & Girls Club Teen Center 102 N 7th St. Tooele
Utah Black Chamber - Black Success Center 1972 W 2550 S, Suite D West Haven
Comunidades Unidas 1750 W Research Way, Suite 102 West Valley City
Willow Park Apartments 3746 Desert Willow Dr. West Valley City

The donation is part of Project UP, Comcast’s $1 billion commitment to reach 50 million people over the next 10 years with the tools, resources, and skills needed to succeed in a digital world. For more information about Comcast’s comprehensive connectivity program for low-income Americans visit https://corporate.comcast.com/values/internet-essentials