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Contra Costa County Fire and Antioch / Brentwood Police


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Contra Costa County Fire and Antioch / Brentwood Police

~ Stereo Feed ~ LEFT Side = Contra Costa County Fire dispatch channels *** RIGHT Side = Contra Costa County Fire Tac channels, Antioch and Brentwood Police, and CAL FIRE during peak seasons
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Contra Costa County (East), California

 

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Contra Costa County at the north western tip is only 10 miles east of San Francisco, CA and at the south eastern tip 45 miles east of San Francisco. The scanner you are listening to is in East County and approximately 40 miles east of San Francisco.

I am mostly interested in Fire traffic so the left channel is dedicated to the four main dispatch channels in the County while the right channel is scanning the fire tactical channels and East County Police.

The channels are scanning as follows:

Left Channel Right Channel
Con Fire East ConTac A *
Con Fire Central ConTac B *
Con Fire West ConTac C *
San Ramon Valley Fire (south) ConTac D *
CalFire SCU, Morgan Hill San Ramon Valley Fire Ch. 22
  VFire 21 *
  VFire 22 *
  VFire 23 *
  CALCORD *
  Antioch/Brentwood Police Ch. 1
  CDF Local Tacs*
   
   
   
   

     

* Reception on these channels will be weak unless the incident in near my home

 

Con Fire East is made up of Battalion 5 (units 51 thru 59 and 93 thru 95) and Battalion 8 (units 81 thru 88)

Con Fire Central is made up of Battalion 1 and 2 (units 1 thru 22)

Con Fire West is made up of Battalion 4 (units 41 thru 45) and Battalion 7 (units 69 thru 79)

San Ramon Valley Fire is made up of Battalion 31 (units 30 thru 39)


Antioch Police dispatches for both Antioch and Brentwood Police. Their numbering system is as follows:

All Antioch units start with the number 2 (identifies the City) and then a letter to identify their shift or rank and then their unit number (1-39). Example: 2x22 or 2y2. Units often leave the off the city identifying number and only say x22.

All Brentwood units start with the number 3 (identifies the City) and then a letter to identify their shift or rank and then their unit number (40-49). Example: 3x42 or 3y44. Units often leave the off the city identifying number and only say x42.

If you have any questions/suggestion please send an email to mtowns@local2400.org.