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Clay County Fire Pager Tones

ENG/STA TONE A TONE B

 11      330.5    389.0
 13      389.0    349.0
 14      410.8    349.0
 15      433.7    349.0
 16      457.9    349.0
 17      483.5    349.0
 18      510.5    349.0
 19      539.0    349.0
 20      569.1    600.9
 22      634.5    600.9
 23      669.9    600.9
 24      707.3    600.9
 25      746.8    600.9
 26      788.5    600.9


RESCUES TONE A TONE B

 11      422.1   483.5
 13      399.8   483.5
 15      339.6   483.5
 18      445.7   483.5
 19      358.6   483.5 
 20      321.7   483.5
 22      832.5   483.5  
 23      496.8   483.5
 25
 26


TENDERS TONE A TONE B

 149     410.8    539.0 
 209     634.5    928.1

MECHANIC TONE A TONE B

8        330.5    634.5
801      321.7    410.8

BAT CH. TONE A TONE B

  1      321.7    368.5
  2      321.7    510.5

GROUPS TONE A TONE B FIRE 1 0.0 349.0 FIRE 2 0.0 600.9 EMS 0.0 483.5


Clay County Fire Stations

  • Sta. #10 - Keystone Heights V.F.D. Inc. - 120 S.W. Flamingo St. between Beam Ln. & S.W. Magnolia Ave.,Keystone Heights ***(Sta. is Closed)***
  • Sta. #11 - CCFR - Keystone Heights Sta. - 7390 State Road 21 between Brooklyn Bay Rd. & Woodland Dr.,Keystone Heights
  • Sta. #13 - CCFR - Clay Hill Sta. - 5283 County Road 218 between Courson Rd. & Nolan Rd.,Middleburg
  • Sta. #14 - CCFR - Middleburg Sta. - 4003 Everett Ave. between Blanding Blvd. (aka State Road 21) & Boggy Branch Rd.,Middleburg (Formerly Middleburg V.F.D. Inc.)
  • Sta. #15 - CCFR - Lake Asbury Sta. - 290 Branscomb Rd. @ Arthur Moore Dr.,Green Cove Springs
  • Sta. #16 - CCFR - Penney Farms Sta. - 4100 Clark Ave. between W. State Road 16 & Dwight St.,Green Cove Springs ***(Sta. is Closed, but still the Town Hall)***
  • Sta. #17 - CCFR - Doctors Inlet Sta. - 3394 Peoria Rd. across from Brandon Dr.,Orange Park
  • Sta. #18 - CCFR - Meadowbrook/Bellair Sta. - 207 Blanding Blvd. (aka State Road 21) between Arora Blvd. & Woodside Dr.,Orange Park
  • Sta. #19 - Town of Orange Park F.D. - 2025 Smith St. @ Stowe Ave.,Orange Park
  • Sta. #20 - CCFR -
    • Green Cove Springs Sta. #1 - 25 Roderico Ave. between Center St. & Walnut St.,Green Cove Springs ***(NOW CLOSED)***
    • Green Cove Springs Sta. #2 - 303 S. Oakridge Ave. @ Lucas Ave.,Green Cove Springs
  • Sta. #22 - CCFR - Fleming Island Sta. - 5995 Pine Ave. between Head Rd. & West Shores Rd.,Fleming Island (Sta. also sits across from Bermuda Dr.)
  • Sta. #23 - CCFR - McRae Sta. - 6837 County Road 315C between Gilda Ct. & M Lake Rd.,Keystone Heights (Formerly McRae V.F.D.)
  • Sta. #24 - CCFR - Virginia Village Sta. - 5105 Sweat Rd. @ County Road 226,Green Cove Springs
  • Sta. #25 - CCFR - Camp Blanding Sta. - 5629 W. State Road 16 between Ave. A & Ave. B,Starke (Sta. actually sits on Industrial Dr. between Ave. A & Ave. B & at the following coordinates: 29.979498/-81.991050)
  • Sta. #26 - CCFR - Argyle/Oakleaf Sta. - 4030 Ivory Crossing @ Oakleaf Plantation Pkwy.,Orange Park
  • Century Ambulance Service Inc. -
    • Fleming Island Sta. - 1747 Baptist Clay Dr. between Village Square Pkwy.,Fleming Island
    • Orange Park Sta. - 1617 Smith St. between Rusmor St. & Ralph St.,Orange Park ***(NOW CLOSED)***
  • Liberty Ambulance - 3600 Peoria Rd. (aka State Road 224A) between Loango Rd. & Moody Ave.,Orange Park (Sta. sits in Suite 104)


Clay County Fire Rescue Apparatus

'Station 11

  • Engine 11
  • Engine 111
  • Rescue 11
  • Brush 11
  • Rescue 7 (Spare)
  • Tender 119

Station 13

  • Engine 13
  • Woods 13
  • Tender 138
  • Rescue 13

Station 14

  • Engine 14
  • Tender 149
  • Air 14
  • Engine 141
  • Brush 14
  • Brush 141

Station 15

  • Engine 15
  • Rescue 15
  • Brush 15
  • Tanker 159
  • Heavy Rescue 15

Station 16 (NOW CLOSED)

  • Engine 16
  • Woods 16
  • Brush 16
  • Squad 16
  • Tender 16

Station 17

  • Engine 17
  • Engine 171
  • Brush 17

Station 18

  • Engine 18
  • Engine 181
  • Rescue 18

Station 19

  • Chief 19
  • Marshal 19
  • Marshal 191
  • Engine 19
  • Rescue 19
  • Ladder 19
  • HazMat 19
  • Utility 19
  • Ambulance 19
  • Ambulance 19A

Station 20

  • Ladder 20
  • Engine 20
  • Engine 201
  • Engine 202
  • Brush 20
  • Rescue 20
  • Tender 209

Station 22

  • Engine 22
  • Rescue 22
  • Engine 221
  • Brush 22
  • HazMat 22
  • Air 22
  • Battalion 1

Station 23

  • Engine 23
  • Engine 231
  • Rescue 23
  • Tender 238
  • Tender 239
  • Woods 23

Station 24

  • Engine 24
  • Tender 248
  • Tender 249

Station 25

  • Engine 25
  • Rescue 25
  • Woods 25

Station 26

  • Engine 26
  • Rescue 26
  • MCI 26
  • Brush 26


Clay County Law Enforcement Codes

SIGNALS

  • 0 ARMED AND OR CAUTION
  • 1 DRUNK DRIVER
  • 2 DRUNK PEDESTRIAN
  • 3 HIT AND RUN ACCIDENT
  • 4 ACCIDENT
  • 5 MURDER
  • 6 ESCAPED PRISIONER
  • 7 DEAD PERSON
  • 8 MISSING PERSON
  • 9 LARCENY (SPEC. PROPERTY)
  • 10 STOLEN VEHICLE
  • 11 ABANDONED VEHICLE
  • 12 RECKLESS DRIVER/TRAFFIC VIOLATION
  • 13 SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE
  • 13P SUSPICIOUS PERSON
  • 14 MALICIOUS MISCHIEF/VANDALISM
  • 15 SPECIAL DETAIL
  • 16 OBSTRUCTION/HOLE IN STREET/VEHICLE BLOCKING TRAFFIC
  • 17 ONE DOWN OR SICK
  • 18 ONE SHOT
  • 19 ANIMAL BITE
  • 20 PROWLER/PEEPING TOM
  • 21 BREAKING AND ENTERING (IF IN PROGRESS; SO STATE)
  • 21A AUTO BURGLARY
  • 21B BUSSINESS/COMMERCIAL BURGLARY
  • 21R RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY
  • 22 DISTURBANCE (FAMILY OR NEIGHBOR)
  • 23 HOLD UP (IF IN PROGRESS; SO STATE)
  • 24 GENERAL INVESTICATION (EXPLAIN)
  • 25 FIRE OR EXPLOSION
  • 26B BREATHING PROBLEMS
  • 26C* CARDIAC
  • 26D* DROWNING
    • (*CARDIC RED -- HEART AND OR RESPIRATORY ARREST HAVE BEEN DETERMINED)
  • 27 INSANE PERSON
  • 28 DELIVER MESSAGE TO__________
  • 29 WIRE DOWN
  • 30 ABDUCTION
  • 31 PROPERTY CHECK/DARK REPORT
  • 32 ALARM (BURGLARY OR ADT DROP)
  • 32A AUDIBLE ALARM
  • 32S SILENT ALARM
  • 33 SHOTS FIRED
  • 34 OFFICER CALLING FOR HELP
  • 35 OFFICER REQUESTING ASSISTANCE
  • 36 MEET AN OFFICER
  • 37 TRUANCY
  • 38 TRAFFIC ASSIGNMENT
  • 39 USE UNIVERSAL PRECAUTIONS
  • 40 CIVIL DISORDER/RIOT/CROWD
  • 41 ARSON
  • 42 WORTHLESS CHECKS
  • 43 HITCHHIKERS ON ROADWAT
  • 44 CHILD NEGLECT/DEPENDENCY
  • 45 GAS LEAK
  • 46 AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT
  • 47 RAILROAD ACCIDENT
  • 48 WATER/BOATING ACCIDENT
  • 49 CIVIL DISPUTE
  • 50 FOUND/ABANDONED PROPERTY
  • 51 FOLLOW-UP INVESTIGATION
  • 52 GARBAGE INVESTIGATION
  • 53 SOMEONE HURT/INJURY
  • 54 ILLEGALLY PARKED VEHICLE
  • 55 TRESPASSING
  • 56 JUVENILE COMPLAINT
  • 57 PERSON CALLING FOR HELP
  • 59 BOMB INVESTIGATOIN/THREAT
  • 60 SUICIDE OR ATTEMPTED
  • 61 FIGHT
  • 62 CUTTING OR STABBING
  • 63 LOUD DISTURBANCE (SPECIFY)
  • 64 ANIMAL COMPLAINT (SPECIFY)
  • 64D ANIMAL COMPLAINT - DOG
  • 65 RAPE
  • 66 MOLESTING
  • 67 CHILD ABUSE
  • 68 CON GAME/FLIM FLAM
  • 69 CHILD DELINQUENCY
  • 70 COUNTERFEIT
  • 71 CRUELTY TO ANIMALS
  • 72 THREATS/HARASSMENT
  • 73 DRUG/NARCOTICS INVESTIGATION
  • 74 ESTORTION
  • 75 SEX OFFENSE (OTHER THAN RAPE)
  • 76 ASSIST OTHER AGENCY (SPECIFY)
  • 77 SITUATION UNDER CONTROL
  • 78 SERVING CIVIL PROCESS
  • 79 OBSCENE/THREATENING PHONE CALLS
  • 80 VICE ACTIVITIES(PROSTITUTION, GAMBLING, ILLEGAL WHISKEY)
  • 81 STALKING
  • 82 SHOPLIFTING
  • 83 POWERLINE DOWN
  • 84 911 HANG UP ( GIVE 10-20 AND PX #)
  • 85 CARRYING CONCEALED WEAPON
  • 86 LOST PROPERTY
  • 87 DAMAGED PROPERTY
  • 88 ASSAULT
  • 90 FIREWORKS
  • 91 GANG MEMBER/ GANG RELATED ACTIVITY
  • 93 BLOOD RUN
  • 94 INFORMATION (EITHER BY PX OR 10-25)
  • 95 FRAUD INVESTIGATION
  • 96 ASSIST MOTORIST/PERSON
  • 97 THROWING INCENDIARIES
  • 98 THROWING MISSILES
  • 99 SERVING WARRANT/CAPIAS

TEN CODES

  • 10-1 RECEIVING POORLY
  • 10-2 RECEIVING WELL
  • 10-3 STOP TRANSMITTING
  • 10-4 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
  • 10-5 RELAY
  • 10-6 BUSY (LESS THAN 10 MINUTES)
  • 10-7 OUT OF SERVICE (MORE THAN 10 MINUTES)
  • 10-8 IN SERVICE
  • 10-9 REPEAT
  • 10-10 OUT OF SERVICE; SUBJECT TO CALL
  • 10-11 DISPATCHING TOO RAPIDLY
  • 10-12 VISITORS OR OFFICIALS PRESENT
  • 10-13 ROAD OR WEATHER CONDITIONS
  • 10-14 CONVOY OR ESCORT
  • 10-15 PRISONER IN CUSTODY
  • 10-16 PICK-UP PRISONER AT__________
  • 10-17 CONDUCT INVESTIGATION
  • 10-18 COMPLETE ASSIGNMENT QUICKLY 10-18X USE BLUE LIGHTS AND SIRENS (EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT IN USE)
  • 10-19 AT THE STATION (HQ)
  • 10-20 WHAT IS YOUR LOCATION (STREET INTERSECTION OR BLOCK NUMBER)
  • 10-21 CALL STATION BY PHONE
  • 10-22 DISREGARD
  • 10-23 STAND BY
  • 10-24 TROUBLE (AT STATION OR JAIL)
  • 10-25 IN CONTACT WITH____________
  • 10-26 MESSAGE RECEIVED
  • 10-27 DRIVERS LICENSE CHECK
  • 10-28 REGISTRATION CHECK
  • 10-29 STOLEN OR WANTED CHECK 10-29P WANTED PERSONS CHECK
  • 10-30 AGAINST RULES/REGULATIONS
  • 10-31 IN PURSUIT
  • 10-32 BREATH ANALYZER AVAILABLE?
  • 10-33 EMERGENCY TRAFFIC
  • 10-34 JAIL BREAK
  • 10-35 CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION
  • 10-36 CORRECT TIME
  • 10-37 NAME AND ID # OF ECO OPERATOR
  • 10-38 BLOCK ROADS AT_______________
  • 10-39 MESSAGE DELIVERED TO________
  • 10-40 ARE YOU IN POSS. OF A CAR PX?
  • 10-41 IN POSSESSION OF________________
  • 10-42 OUT OF SERVICE/AT HOME
  • 10-43 ANY TRAFFIC OR INFORMATION FOR___________
  • 10-44 PICK-UP PAPERS AT____________
  • 10-45 CALL______BY PHONE AT___________
  • 10-46 URGENT
  • 10-47 RADIO REPAIR NEEDED
  • 10-48 EBD OF MESSAGE - DID YOU RECEIVE?
  • 10-49 CALLED IN BY 3RD PARTY
  • 10-50 TRAFFIC STOP (TAG AND 10-20)
  • 10-51 ENROUTE TO_____________
  • 10-52 ESTIMATED TIME OF ARRIVAL
  • 10-53 COMING TO STATION
  • 10-54 NEGATIVE
  • 10-55 CAR TO CAR
  • 10-56 MEET__________AT___________
  • 10-57 WRITING REPORTS - COMPLETEING REPORTS
  • 10-58 DO YOU HAVE ANY PAPERWORK COMPLETED AND READY TO BE TURNED IN?
  • 10-59 RESPONDING TO SWAT/DIVE CALL OUT
  • 10-60 AT THE ORANGE PARK ANNEX
  • 10-61 AT THE MIDDLEBURG ANNEX
  • 10-62 AT THE KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ANNEX
  • 10-63 IN-SERVICE TRAINING
  • 10-64 NO FURTHER INFORMATION AVAILABLE
  • 10-65 CAN YOU COPY?
  • 10-66 CANCEL
  • 10-68 NEED LEGAL ADVICE
  • 10-70 SEND WRECKER
  • 10-71 SEND AMBULANCE
  • 10-72 CALL HOLDING
  • 10-73 DETECTIVE NEEDED
  • 10-74 COMMUNITY POLICING PROGRAM/NEIGHBORHOOD AT__________
  • 10-75 PHONE IN FOR CONFERENCE CALL
  • 10-80 CHANGE/USE FREQUENCY
  • 10-81 BEGINNING TOUR OF DUTY
  • 10-82 ENDING TOUR OF DUTY
  • 10-83 ON FOOT WITH PORTABLE RADIO
  • 10-84 OUT OF VEHICLE ON PORTABLE - EATING
  • 10-85 SEND EVIDENCE TECHNICIAN TO THIS LOCATION
  • 10-86 OFF DUTY IN DEPARTMENT VEHICLE
  • 10-87 OFF DUTY JOB
  • 10-88 WHERE CAN______BE REACHED?
  • 10-91 ONE IN CUSTODY
  • 10-92 COMPUTER SYSTEM IS OUT OF SERVICE
  • 10-95 DROPPING OFF EVIDENCE AT___________
  • 10-97 ARRIVED AT________
  • 10-98 ASSIGNMENT COMPLETE
  • 10-99 WHAT IS MY CCR#?
  • 10-100 ALERT - REMAIN IN CONTACT WITH STATION


Clay County School Bus Pager Tones

  • Tone A: 746.8
  • Tone B: 688.3


Fire Department Dispostion Codes

Here are the disposition codes for Clay County Fire, Orange Park Fire and Keystone Heights Volunteers; and their meanings. These are used when a call has been cleared.

  • ALPHA- UNABLE TO LOCATE OR VERIFY, FALSE CALL.
  • BRAVO- WORKING FIRE - SECOND ALARM OR GREATER INCIDENT. PRIMARY APPARATUS ON SCENE.
  • BRAVO 1- WORKING FIRE THAT IS MITIGATED BY ONE APPARATUS.
  • BRAVO 2- WORKING FIRE THAT IS MITIGATED BY TWO OR MORE UNITS (FROM THE SAME STA.)
  • BRAVO 3- WORKING FIRE INCIDENT THAT REQUIRED ALL RESOURCES FROM THE FIRST ALARM ASSIGNMENT.
  • BRAVO 4 -- HAZMAT AND ANY RELATED INCIDENTS
  • CHARLIE- MOVE UP FOR COVERAGE.
  • DELTA- FIRE ALARM WITH APPROPRIATE CAUSE BUT NO DAMAGE.
  • DELTA 1- FALSE FIRE ALARM.
  • DELTA 2- FALSE FIRE ALARM - WEATHER RELATED.
  • DELTA 3- FALSE FIRE ALARM - NOTICE OF VIOLATION ISSUED.
  • DELTA 4- FALSE FIRE ALARM - CITATION ISSUED.
  • DELTA 5 -- FIRE ALARM (HANDELED BY COMMUNICATIONS CENTER)
  • ECHO- GOOD FAITH CALL; SERVICES NOT REQUIRED BY DEPARTMENT OR STAFF.
  • FOXTROT- ASSISTED ON A FIRE RELATED CALL WITH MANPOWER ONLY.
  • GOLF- ASSISTED ON A FIRE RELATED CALL WITH MANPOWER AND EQUIPMENT.
  • HOTEL- RELIEF COMPANY (MAJOR FIRE; ALTERNATING CREWS).
  • INDIA- TRANSPORTED VICTIM TO HOSPITAL BY RESCUE UNIT.
  • JULIET- DEMONSTRATIONS, SPECIAL EVENTS 9SCHOOL DEMOS, FOOTBALL GAMES, ETC.)
  • JULIET 1 -- ASSISTED WITH SPECIAL EVENT OTHER THAN DEMONSTRATION KILO- ASSISTED ON RESCUE CALL WITH MANPOWER ONLY. LIMA- IN-SERVICE TRAINING.
  • MIKE- PRE-PLAN, WALK-THRU OR TOUR OF SITE.
  • NOVEMBER- TESTING HOSE, APPARATUS, HYDRANTS IN OR OUT OF ZONE.
  • OSCAR- BUILDING (CO) CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPANCY INSOECTION OR ANNUAL INSPECTION. PAPA- REFUSED SERVICES AND/OR TRANSPORT AGAINST MEDICAL ADVICE.
  • QUEBEC- ASSISTED ON RESCUE CALL WITH MANPOWER AND EQUIPMENT.
  • ROMEO- PATIENT TRANSPORTED BY ATU (ATU ASSUMES DISPOSITION).
  • SIERRA- PATIENT TRANSPORTED BY OTHER MEANS (POV).
  • TANGO- SUPERVISORY FUNCTION (BATTALION CHIEF CLEAR).
  • UNIFORM- CANCELLED ENROUTE PRIOR TO ARRIVAL ON SCENE.
  • VICTOR- CARDIAC OR TRAUMA RED. USED BY PRIMARY OR TRANSPORTING UNIT.
  • WHISKEY- DEAD ON SCENE. (SIGNAL 7)
  • X-RAY -- DRUG DISPOSAL
  • YANKEE- FIRE MARSHAL'S SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT FILED.
  • ZULU- FIRE CONTROL USE ONLY. (VOIDING OF CCR#) *CANCELLED PRIOR TO LEAVING QTRS.


Law Enforcement Disposition Codes

THESE ARE THE LAW ENFORCEMENT DISPOSITION CODES WHEN CLEARING A CALL IN CLAY COUNTY FLORIDA.

  • ALPHA- UNABLE TO LOCATE COMPLAINT OR VERIFY INCIDENT.
  • BRAVO- ASSIST MOTORIST, HANDLE TRAFFIC PROBLEM, OR PROVIDE TRAFFIC CONTROL/ESCORT.
  • CHARLIE- NO SUCH ADDRESS.
  • DELTA- NOT A LAW ENFORCEMENT PROBLEM; REFERRED TO PROPER AGENCY.
  • ECHO- INCIDENT VERIFIED; PERPETRATORS GONE ON ARRIVAL.
  • FOXTROT- PEACE RESTORED.
  • GOLF- ADVISED WARRANT AND/OR TOHER LEGAL ACTION OR ASSISTANCE.
  • HOTEL- ADVISED TO CONTACT POLICE IS REPEATED OR RETURNED.
  • INDIA--TRANSPORTED VICTIM OR WITNESS
  • JULIET- RETURNED TO HOME OR FAMILY.
  • KILO- ASSISTED OTHER POLICE UNIT/AGENCY OR PERFORMED SUPERVISORY FUNCTION.
  • LIMA- COMPLAINT/VICTIM DENIES REPORT.
  • MIKE- UNIFORM TRAFFIC CITATION ISSUED.
  • NOVEMBER- EXECUTED CIVIL PROCESS AND/OR WARRANT.
  • OSCAR- MISDEMEANOR CITATION ISSUED.
  • PAPA- OTHER MISCELLANEOUS POLICE SERVICES RENDERED (NON-TRAFFIC).
  • QUEBEC- FIELD CONTACT SUBMITTED.
  • ROMEO- PREMISES CHECKED; FOUND SECURED.
  • SIERRA- PREMISES CHECKED; SECURED BY OWNER OR HIS AGENT.
  • TANGO- UNFOUNDED.
  • UNIFORM- ATTEMPT TO CONTACT; MESSAGE DELIVERED.
  • WHISKEY- WRITTEN WARNING/FAULTY EQUIPMENT CITATION OR ALARM CITATION ISSUED.
  • X-RAY--PERPETRATORS CONTACTED; ADVISED TO CEASE AND DESIST (INCLUDES VERBAL TRAFFIC WARNING)
  • YANKEE- FOLLOW-UP INVESTIGATION COMPLETED; NO REPORT SUBMITTED.
  • ZULU- ADMINISTRATIVE USE; USED BY COMMUNICATIONS CENTER TO DISPOSE OF A CALL.
  • 1- GENERAL OFFENSE/INCIDENT REPORT SUBMITTED.
  • 2- TRAFFIC ACCIDENT REPORT SUBMITTED.
  • 3- FELONY ARREST REPORT SUBMITTED (ADULT OR JUVENILE).
  • 4- SUPPLEMENT REPORT SUBMITTED.
  • 5- ADVISE FOLLOWING WATCHES/SHIFTS (B.O.L.O.)
  • 6- WORKED BY AN OFF DUTY UNIT
  • 7- EVIDENCE TECHNICIAN REPORT SUBMITTED.
  • 8- MISDEMEANOR ARREST MADE (ADULT OR JUVENILE).
  • 9- RECOVERED STOLEN VEHICLE AND/OR PROPERTY.
  • 0- FIRE INTERVIEW FORM COMPLETED AND/OR INCIDENT CODE FORM.
  • 12-JUVENILE SMOKING CITATION TANGO
  • 1-- FALSE ALARM -- VERBAL WARNING TANGO
  • 2-- FALSE ALARM -- WEATHER RELATED TANGO
  • 3-- FALSE ALARM -- NOTICE OF VIOLATION TANGO
  • 4-- FLASE ALARM -- CITATION ISSUED TANGO
  • 5-- FALSE UNREGISTERED ALARM -- CITATION ISSUED