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Okanogan County (WA)


Frequency Usage

Dispatch Freqs.

Dispatch is called "Okanogan".

  • 155.6400 Sheriff Dispatch- Used by North Co. and Coulee Dam Law Enforcement, Fire, and EMS
  • 155.7300 Sheriff Dispatch- Used by Mid-Valley Law Enforcement and Lifeline Ambulance in Omak.
  • 155.1900 Sheriff Dispatch- Used by South Co. for Law Enforcement, Fire, and EMS. Methow Valley for Law and Aero Methow Rescue.
  • 154.4150 Fire Dispatch- Used by Fire Districts 3 and 6 for Fire Dispatch.

Car-to-Car Freqs.

  • 155.7150 Sheriff Car to Car
  • 155.0100 City Police- All agencies have access to this channel. Used as a car to car.

Police Agency Numbering

Cities of Okanogan and Pateros police duties are contracted to the Sheriffs Office.

  • U## Sheriff Deputies
  • 200s Oroville Police
  • 300s Tonasket Police
  • 400s Omak Police
  • 500s Coulee Dam Police
  • 700s Brewster Police
  • 800s Twisp Police
  • 900s Winthrop Police/Marshal

Fire Departments

Unit Numbers- Usually first number is the district, second is the station number, third is the unit number. (i.e. Engine 341 is district 3, station 4, the first engine) Most districts have only one station.

  • District 1 Oroville
    • Engine 81, Brush 81, etc.
  • District 2 Elmer City
  • District 3 Mid-Valley
    • Station 3-Malott
    • Station 4-Okanogan
    • Station 5-Omak
  • District 4 Tonasket
  • District 6 Methow Valley
    • Stations in Mazama, Winthrop, Twisp, and Carlton
  • District 7 Riverside
  • District 8 Southeast Colville Indian Reservation
  • District 9 Conconully
  • District 10 Loomis
  • District 11 Molson/ Chesaw
  • District 12 Mount Hull
  • District 15 South County
    • Station 1-Pateros
    • Station 2-Brewster
    • Station 3-Methow
    • Station 4-Rocky Butte
  • District 16 Aeneas Valley

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