The small town of Fort Knox is attracting new residents, many of whom are building new homes. It's largely a military town with more than 40% of residents belonging to the armed services. 21% of the civilian population works in the public service sector. Nearly 10% of residents telecommute. The residents tend to be well-educated and lower-middle class. Fort Knox residents depend on their internet connection to keep in touch with loved ones deployed overseas and stay connected to their employers. Compared to just 66% of Kentucky, 92% of Fort Knox can connect to high-speed internet.
Time Warner Spectrum has a monopoly on cable connections, reaching 92% of homes. DSL offerings come from three providers. AT&T and TOAST.net both reach 89% of Milton residents. Brandenburg Telecom reaches 10% of residents from the river to Sonora Hardin Springs Rd. Fiber optics have not yet become available.
Business internet offerings mirror those for residents.