Resources & Web Links
145.490 pl 107.2 - Fremont, Ohio - Skywarn Sandusky County - Primary
145.250 pl 186.2 - Fremont, Ohio - Sandusky Valley Amateur Radio Club, Sandusky County Skywarn Alternate
443.000 pl 107.2 - Fremont, Ohio
443.450 no pl - Fremont, Ohio
145.350 pl 110.9 - Clyde, Ohio
442.625 no pl - Bellevue, Ohio
443.850 pl 186.2 - Oak Harbor
145.450 pl 107.2 - Tiffin, Ohio
147.375 pl 103.5 - Toledo, Ohio - Skywarn District 1 Primary
146.610 pl 103.5 - Toledo, Ohio - Skywarn District 1 Secondary
147.255 pl 107.2 - Republic - Skywarn District 1 Third
146.790 pl 103.5 - Wood County, Ohio - Skywarn District 1 Fourth
146.655 pl 110.9 - Sandusky, Ohio
146.865 pl 110.9 - Huron County, Ohio
147.210 pl 107.2 - Upper Sandusky, Ohio
146.805 pl 110.9 - Norwalk, Ohio
147.150 pl 88.5 - Hancock County, Ohio
145.150 pl 107.2 - Bascom, Ohio
146.450 pl 107.2 - Tiffin, Ohio - IRLP
442.450 no pl - Republic, Ohio
442.950 no pl - Republic, Ohio
147.072 pl 100.0 - Oak Harbor, Ohio
147.270 pl 103.5 - Toledo, Ohio
147.430 - Skywarn Sandusky County - simplex primary
146.430 - Skywarn Sandusky County - simplex 1st alternate
NIMS (National Incident Command System) Online Training Links
-Required for every ARES Member
IS-700.a National Incident Management System (NIMS), An Introduction
IS-100.b Introduction to Incident Command System, ICS-100
IS-200.b ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents
IS-800.B National Response Framework, An Introduction
Be prepared to help your community during a disaster. Get the special training required to be an ARRL emergency communications volunteer. Click on the link below for the Online Course Catalog click on that then click, Introduction to Emergency Communication to enroll (EC-001). Before you begin the course you should have completed the following ICS-100 (IS-100.b) (Introduction to the Incident Command System) and the IS -700 (National Incident Management System) Listed above.
Emergency Communications Training
Ohio Road Traffic Conditions
Local Trusted Weather Stations
Ohio Signle Sideband Net
National Weather Service Cleveland
Storm Prediction Center
JetStream Weather School
NOAA Weather Radio
Click here to listen to our local weather radio.
Click here for local S.A.M.E. Codes and Coverage Information
Our Sandusky County Skywarn Operations Manaul
ARRL Ohio Section
What do the Sandusky County Warning Sirens Indicate?
Monthly Test – 3 Minute Steady Tone, this ensures sirens will work when needed they are tested at noon on the first Saturday of every month. If severe weather is in the area the siren test will be cancelled.
Tornado Warning - 3 Minute Steady Tone which means TAKE COVER and TUNE to LOCAL NEWS MEDIA for further information and updates.
Sandusky County does not issue an all clear. Sirens are sounded when credible reports from spotters are received and/or NWS issues a tornado warning for Sandusky County.
All Other Emergencies (attack, chemical, etc…) - 3 minute wavering or warbling sound which means TAKE COVER and TUNE to LOCAL NEWS MEDIA for information and instructions. There will be no all clear.