Public WiFi Hotspots

Hotspot Owner Network Name Hotspot Address Contact Information
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea CBTS-Guest 6th St. & Mission, Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA 93921
City of Carmel-by-the-Sea CBTS-Guest Ocean Ave. & Lincoln St., Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA
Cruzio Abbott Square WiFi By Cruzio 725 Front St, Santa Cruz, CA 95060
Cruzio CruzioChurchStreet Santa Cruz Parking Lot No. 16: 212 Church St
Cruzio Plaza Wifi by Cruzio 358 Main St, Watsonville
Santa Cruz Public Library SCPLPublic Scotts Valley branch, 251 Kings Village Road, Library is closed. Parking area has coverage. 831-427-7707
Felton Library SCPLPublic 6121 Gushee St. (off street parking) 831-427-7707
SCPL Garfield Branch SCPLPublic 705 Woodrow Ave - outdoor benches 831-427-7707
Public Library exterior parking areas SCPLPublic 224 Church Street 831-427-7707
Spectrum SpectrumWiFi 18th Barrel Tasting Room, 322 3rd Street, San Juan Bautista 855-707-7328
Spectrum SpectrumWiFi 10 Jefferson Street, San Juan Bautista 855-707-7328
Spectrum SpectrumWiFi The Literacy Center, 301 The Alameda, B-7, San Juan Bautista 855-707-7328
Santa Cruz County Office of Ed Free WiFi for students Map of WiFi locations  
Monterey Peninsula College Free WiFi for students Visit MPC site to apply  

COVID-19 Resources



Central Coast Broadband Consortium

The Central Coast Broadband Consortium is an ad hoc group of local governments and agencies, economic development, education and health organizations, community groups and private businesses.


Given the need for additional broadband resources during the coronavirus crisis, we have compiled this list of resources for those in need of internet access or technology tools. Please check back periodically as we will update this page with the most current information.


We are dedicated to improving broadband availability, access and adoption in Monterey, Santa Cruz and San Benito Counties, and has a long history of broadband development projects implemented by our members and as a group. The top priority of the CCBC is providing resources and incentives to telecommunications service providers, including local government agencies, to build broadband infrastructure and extend it throughout Monterey, San Benito and Santa Cruz counties.