Last Updated on April 28, 2023 by KC7NYR
Amateur Radio Emergency Service
In the United States and Canada, the Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES) is a corps of trained amateur radio operator volunteers organized to assist in public service and emergency communications. Amateur radio provides a means of communication “when all else fails.
Please join our Local ARES District 1 Net
Oregon ARES District 1
Amateur Radio Emergency Communications. This net meets daily from 7:30 to 8:00 PM local time for the purpose of preparation and coordination of District 1 ARES communications in the event of an actual emergency.
Net Information: Meets Daily 7:30-PM-8:00PM on the linked K7RPT Repeaters, Our primary repeaters are the 147.32, 442.325, 444.400 and 147.04 megahertz linked repeaters all having a 100hZ tone, also the 146.72 megahertz repeater on Wickiup Mountain with a 114.8 hz tone. We also have an alternate repeater on 146.84 megahertz.
Oregon’s Regional 2021 VHF/UHF Ham Emergency Response Frequencies.
District 1 Website: http://www.oregonaresd1.us/wp/
If you are a Alternate or Net Control station for the D1 Net and need a current net preamble Revision Date April 4, 2019, download here. If you need fill material visit http://kc7nyr.com/fill-material-d1/
Oregon ARES D1 Net Control Schedule
County Sites Within District 1
Clackamas County Amateur Radio Emergency Services (CARES)
Clatsop County, Oregon AuxComm
Columbia County ARES
Multnomah County ARES
Washington County Amateur Radio Emergency Services
(No Current Website)
Washington County ARES Provisional Member Requirements
Current FCC amateur radio license of any level
Sincere desire to serve the agencies we support
Submit a completed WashCo ARES/RACES Membership Application
Once you have submitted the membership application and been approved by the Emergency Coordinator, you will be issued a provisional ARES identification card. You have 180 days from the date this card is issued to complete the training requirement (except as approved by the EC). The EC will consult with individuals who fail to complete the requirements to determine the best course of action.
Washington County ARES Active Member Requirements
ICS 100, 200, 700, and ICS-2200.
For complete membership requirements for Washington County ARES, please visit their site.
ARRL Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES)
ARRL Emergency Communications Page
Emergency Communications Training
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