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North Central Colorado Counties Search and Rescue


  
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Providing North Central Colorado search and rescue teams - counties covered: Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Douglas, Jefferson and Weld

Activities heard can range from a missing child in town to mountain rescues, even the National Ski Patrol.

155.1600 155.1675 155.1750 155.1825
155.2050 155.2125 155.2200 155.2275
155.2350 155.2425 155.2650 155.2725
155.2800 155.2875 155.2950 155.3025

Search and Rescue teams using other than the above national SAR frequencies that are part of this broadcast:
151.6850     Longmont Emergency Unit
155.5725     Rampart Search and Rescue
154.7850     Douglas County Search and Rescue

Statewide Search & Rescue MAC
151.5125        Colorado Statewide SAR Ch 1
151.7000      Colorado Statewide SAR Ch 2
158.4000     Colorado Statewide SAR Ch 3
158.4075      Colorado Statewide SAR Ch 4

Medical MAC channels used in SAR helicopter activities.
155.3400    vMED28 (HEAR, also called EMS North)
155.3475     vMED29

Denver Metro EOCs
460.0625    Adams County EOC
154.1000     Aurora EOC
155.9550    Denver County EOC

Federal / Non-Federal Search and Rescue Command Interoperability Plan frequencies
853.0125   8TAC94 (former I-TAC 4)
151.1375     vTAC11
154.4525   vTAC12
158.7375   vTAC13
159.4725   vTAC14
161.8500   vTAC17D

Special Note: Elk Creek Fire District in Jefferson County is using search and rescue frequency 155.220 as their main channel. The frequency is part of this broadcast due to several search teams in the state are licensed on that frequency. Some vTAC channels are licences in Boulder however after January 1, 2005, all operations will be secondary to co-channel interoperability communications. SAR activities can be heard from time to time on both 155.220 and vTAC frequencies.

MAC = Mutual Aid Channel
EOC = Emergency Operations Center

The feed is being streamed by a Uniden BCT15X with a D130NJ Diamond Super discone antenna located in Thornton, Colorado

I would like to thank all Law Enforcement, Fire, EMS, Search and Rescue and Dispatchers for their bravery, dedication, and service to our community.  You are greatly appreciated!

Thank you for listening, and I hope that you enjoy the feed!