Regional Emergency Amateur Radio Band Plan


A storm, earthquake, or other hazard, could impact normal communications in the Cannon Beach Fire Protection District. Depending on the severity of the damage, and the preferences of the fire chief and chief of police, ham radio operators may have

For voice transmission, if the repeaters are not damaged, there could be three levels of communication - local, county-wide, and between the county and Salem. Simplex communications are possible throughout the Fire Protection District.


Simplex Frequencies

Region Frequency
Nation-wide calling frequency 146.520
Clatsop County ARES South 146.580
Clatsop County ARES North 147.580
CB Fire Protection District 146.480
Seaside School District 147.470
Seaside 146.400
Unassigned 146.420
Unassigned 146.440
Unassigned 146.460
Unassigned 147.540
Unassigned 147.570

County-wide VHF repeaters

Frequency Offset Tone Location
146.740 -600 118.8 Northeast of Arch Cape; linked
146.800 -600 118.8 Gearhart; linked
145.450 -600 118.8 Megler Mt. southeast Washington; linked
146.760 -600 118.8 Nicolai Mt. east of Astoria; linked
145.490 -600 118.8 South of Seaside

Additional repeaters, outside Clatsop Co.

Frequency Offset Tone Location
145.270 -600 107.20 Near Timber
147.220 +600 100.00 Mt. Hebo
147.320 +600 100.00 South Saddle Mountain
147.180 +600 123.00 Long Beach Peninsula; linked
147.200 +600 127.30 Long Beach North; linked