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San Juan County (UT)

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Naming

San Juan County was named by the Utah State Legislature for the San Juan River, itself named by Spanish explorers (in honor of Saint John).

Home to Canyonlands National Park, Hovenweep, and Natural Bridges National Monuments as well as part of the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area.

Utah State Agency Radio Call Signs

  • 1Z (1 Zulu) San Juan County
    • 2Z Monticello
    • 3Z Blanding
    • 4Z Bluff
    • 5Z Towaoc, Colorado (dispatched by San Juan County)

Conventional Frequencies

San Juan County

Frequency  Input   
License  Type  Tone  Alpha Tag  Description  Mode  Tag 
155.71500  155.08500   KNFE729   RM  103.5 PL  SanJuan Road Roads - Abajo Peak  FM  Public Works 
154.96500  158.74500   WRG821   RM  127.3 PL  SanJuan EMS EMS - Abajo Peak  FM  EMS Dispatch 
156.16500  159.18750   WQDI819   RM  192.8 PL  SanJuan SO N Sheriff - Bald Mesa (North)  FMN  Law Dispatch 
156.03000  159.18750   KNAD829   RM  192.8 PL  SanJuan SO C Sheriff - Abajo Peak (Central)  FMN  Law Dispatch 
155.86500  159.18750   WQDI819   RM  192.8 PL  SanJuan SO S Sheriff - Cedar Mesa (South)  FMN  Law Dispatch 
155.58000  159.18750   WQDI819   RM  192.8 PL  SanJuan SO T Sheriff - Clay Hills Road (Southwest)  FMN  Law Dispatch 
154.35500  159.18750   WQDI819   RM  192.8 PL  SanJuan SO W Sheriff - Happy Jack Mine (West)  FMN  Law Dispatch 
154.86000  159.18750   WPCG418   RM  192.8 PL  SanJuan SO E Sheriff - Goodman Point (Southeast)  FMN  Law Dispatch 


Navajo Nation In San Juan County

Frequency  Input   
License  Type  Tone  Alpha Tag  Description  Mode  Tag 
463.12500  468.12500   WPYV682   RM  136.5 PL  Navajo Medic Medical  FM  EMS-Talk 


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