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W7SKY Members check in either through the Sultan EOC (Emergency Operations Center) or the Monroe EOC location. Thank you Ernie W7EDA, Tom K8TOM, Walt K1WZ and Mike K7LLY for handling the Monroe location


Walt K1WZ & Ernie W7EDA
Checking in from Monroe EOC

 

Click here to learn about WA7DEM
and see a map of their location
Snohomish County
Auxiliary Communications Service
(ACS)
 
 

David KB7GFL


Sultan EOC is located on the south side of Hwy 2
(in Sultan) in a temporary building on the property. If you are interested in becoming part of the group please check out the links provided on this page.

Snohomish County ACS/ARES provides communications services to Snohomish County Department of Emergency Management and member agencies through the Auxiliary Communications Service (ACS) function as well as county hospitals and the Snohomish County Regional Chapter of the American Red Cross via the Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES) function.

Other tasks that ACS/ARES personnel are involved with may not involve amateur radio communications. For example, communicators may become involved in public safety or other government communications, Emergency Operations Center (EOC) staffing, and emergency equipment repair.

John AC7LC


Kathy K7THY


Snohomish County ACS/ARES holds on air nets every Tuesday at 20:00 local time on the Granite Falls 146.920- (tone 123.0) repeater.  The team also meets at the Snohomish County DEM offices at 720 80th St SW, Everett, WA 98203 the third Thursday of the month at 19:00.  Anyone is welcome on the net or at the meetings.

Congratulations to our SVARC members who
have taken the jump and joined ACS!

Garth KA7BVS


Training through FEMA 
The main link to FEMA for independent study that many volunteer agencies use when responding to emergency issues. This link is the gateway to sign up for a student ID number and has a link to courses offered. The following courses are required to become a member of ACS.

  • IS-100b, Introduction to Incident Command System
  • IS-200.b, ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents (recommended but not required)
  • IS-700, National Incident Management System, An Introduction

Net Control. Part of a must do training for parts of Snohomish EOC. Click here to forward to a Net Control Station Training Manual posted on their site. Section: 1d (pg 5)

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Mike
K7LLY
Tom
K8TOM
David
KB7GFL
Kathy
K7THY
John
AC7LC
Ernie
W7EDA
Garth
KA7BVS
Walt
K1WZ

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