The T-Mobile-TakeAction.com webpages are a resource for customers and consumers to learn more about wireless siting and
T-Mobile’s national engineering & operations policies specific to site development.

Building, maintaining and upgrading T-Mobile’s national wireless network makes customers happy, keeps information and data flowing, and improves business opportunity for more than 293 million American’s in rural, suburban and urban population centers.

How does wireless technology work? To learn more about the development and deployment of wireless technologies – for texting, posting photos, emailing family members, making phone calls, or for pure entertainment purposes – click on any of the documents below.

Our network helps you stick together with the people who make your life come alive.


A small number of local jurisdictions across the U.S. have asked T-Mobile to post documents related to wireless antenna facilities that are currently being considered under local zoning and permitting ordinances. T-Mobile is pleased to provide this service. The links below provide access to those PDF documents.

Portland, OR - Fernhill Park

Portland, OR - Tabor East

Woodinville, WA - Hollywood Hill


This is an informational website hosted by the National Development Site Standards’ team – part of T-Mobile’s national engineering & operations. For more information about this site, please contact us at natextaffairs@t-mobile.com.

Reporters or editors with questions about specific sites in local communities should contact our media hotline: 425.378.4002 or mediarelations@t-mobile.com.