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Stark County Fire Departments

This feed monitors Fire Departments that use conventional / analog frequencies in Stark County.

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Feed Notes

First, Thank You for choosing my feed to listen to.

This feed is located in the NE end of Canton, Ohio. I am using a Radio Shack Pro 2051. The ground level elevation is 1079ft and the antenna is on a pole about 35 feet in the air making it about 1114ft (above sea level).  

 Again thank you for listening to my feed. if you have any questions or problems please contact me. stevetechnologies (at) gmail (dot) com or use the report problem link.

 Thanks,

Steve

OHI007


BANK 1 (Fire Departments)

Stark County

 

Alliance 

Massillon

Louisville -- moved to 800mhz system. will still hear inital dispatch only. See Canton Fire Digital Feed for ALL traffic from this department.

Greentown

Uniontown

Nimishillen Twp (VHF side) *1

Nimishillen Twp (UHF side) *1

Robertsville

Lexington Twp

Magnolia

Sandy Twp

Waynesburg

Jackson Twp

Lawrence Twp

Canal Fulton

Canton Twp

Osnaburg Twp (East Canton)

Marlboro Twp

Perry Twp

Brewster

North Lawrence

Beach City

Bethlehem Twp

Navarre

Wilmont

Plain Twp (dispatch simulcast on uhf and 800. all operations are on 800)

Hartville

Washington Twp

East Sparta

North Canton *2

Minerva *2

North Canton Ops (uhf)

Quad Ambulance


*1 = These repeaters are linked together. There is another dept on the same UHF freq and PL so there will be police traffic heard on this channel from time to time. I cannot do anything about it.

 

*2 = these departments are on a shared frequency, county wide fire, WayneCounty is also heard on this frequency. They are a very busy dispatch center and keep the scanner tied up so this frequency will usually be locked out until I can get a scanner that will do PL tones.