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Clark County, Ohio
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County Number 12
OSP District Piqua
OSP Post 12 (Springfield)
ODOT District 7 (Sidney)
MARCS Zone 1
NWS Office Wilmington
FIPS Code 39023

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Clark County, Ohio

Clark County is located in west central Ohio and is a part of the Springfield Metropolitan Statistical Area. It was formed on March 1, 1818, and is named after General George Rogers Clark who fought Indians in Ohio in the late 1700s. The county seat and largest city is Springfield. Clark County has two cities, ten townships and eight villages

Cities

  • Springfield
  • New Carlisle

Villages

  • Catawba
  • Clifton
  • Donnelsville
  • Enon
  • North Hampton
  • South Charleston
  • South Vienna
  • Tremont City

Townships

  • Bethel
  • German
  • Green
  • Harmony
  • Mad River
  • Madison
  • Moorefield
  • Pike
  • Pleasant
  • Springfield


Clark County Fire


All fire departments in Clark County use MARCS-IP EXCEPT the following, 
which remain self-dispatched on the VHF High Band frequencies:

Mad River Township (Enon)
Green Township (Pitchen)
Hustead Fire/EMS


The City Of Springfield Fire is dispatched over TGID 10517 12SFRDIS

The following departments are dispatched on 12FIREDIS1 (West Side)

German Township
Pike Township
Bethel Township
City of New Carlisle


The following department are dispatched on 12FIREDIS2 (East side)

Pleasant Township
Moorefield Township
Springfield Township
Harmony Township
Madison Township

Clark County Fire Pager Tones

Department Tone A Tone B Tone A Tone B
EMS TONE ---------- FIRE TONE
SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP 716.1 1084.0 ---------- 524.6 384.6
PLEASANT TOWNSHIP 1357.6 1285.8 ---------- 1357.6 1285.8
HARMONY TOWNSHIP 524.6 794.3 ---------- 794.3 524.6
PITCHIN FD 832.5 746.8 ---------- 832.5 669.9
HUSTEAD FIRE ---------- 547.5 794.3
HUSTEAD EMS 600.9 746.8 ----------
MAD RIVER TWP 384.6 794.3 ---------- 384.6 881.0
BETHEL TWP 716.1 881.0 ---------- 716.1 881.0
NEW CARLISLE FD 2361.0 1232.0 ---------- 2361.0 1130.0
PIKE TWP 834.0 1130.0 ---------- 834.0 1232.0
GERMAN TWP 1063.2 1321.2 ---------- 457.9 1063.2
MADISON TWP 410.8 349.0 ---------- 483.5 539.0
MOOREFIELD TWP 1084.0 582.1 ---------- 582.1 1084.0
CLARK ALL CALL 881.0 794.3 ---------- 881.0 794.3

Fire Pager Tones

Frequency: 154.160:

384.6/881.0 - Station 50 Enon-Mad River Twp Fire
384.6/794.3 - Station 50 Enon-Mad River Twp EMS
794.3/384.6 - Station 50 Enon-Mad River Twp

Frequency: MARCS IP- CLARKPG1

716.1/881.0 - Station 51 Bethel Twp (Medway)
716.1/881.0 - Station 54 Bethel Twp (Donnellsville)

Frequency: MARCS IP- CLARKPG1

2361.0/1130.0 - Station 52 New Carlisle (Fire?)
2361.0/1232.0 - Station 52 New Carlisle (EMS?)

Frequency: MARCS IP- CLARKPG1

834.0/1130.0 - Station 53 Pike Twp (North Hampton)
834.0/1232.0 - Station 53 Pike Twp (North Hampton)

Frequency: MARCS IP- CLARKPG1

CURRENT
716.1/1084.0 - Springfield Twp Wide EMS
524.6/384.6 - Springfield Twp Wide Fire

NO LONGER USED
384.6/794.3 - Station 56 Springfield Twp Sta 3 (Rockway)
524.6/384.6 - Station 58 Springfield Twp Sta 1 (Beatty) Fire
716.1/1084.0 -Springfield Twp Township Wide EMS
881.0/794.3 - Station 72 Springfield Twp Sta 2 (Garden Acres) Fire

Frequency: MARCS IP- CLARKPG1

1092.4/510.5 - Station 57 German Twp (Tremont)
1217.8 - Station 57 German Twp all call
1092.4/510.5 - Station 78 German Twp (Lawrenceville)
1217.8 - Station 78 German Twp all call

Frequency: 154.785:

832.5/669.9 - Station 73 Pitchin-Green Twp Fire
832.5/746.8 - Station 73 Pitchin-Green Twp EMS (first reponders)
832.5/669.9 - Station 59 Hustead Fire
547.5/794.3 - Station 59 Hustead Fire
600.9/746.8 - Station 95 Hustead EMS

Frequency: 151.445:

582.1/1084.0 - Station 74 Moorefield Twp (Northridge) Fire
1084.0/582.1 - Station 74 Moorefield Twp (Northridge) EMS

Frequency: MARCS IP- CLARKPG1

524.6/794.3 - Station 76 Harmony Twp (South Vienna) EMS
794.3/524.6 - Station 76 Harmony Twp (South Vienna) FIRE

Frequency: MARCS IP- CLARKPG1

410.8/349.0 - Station 77 Madison Twp (South Charleston) EMS
483.5/539.0 - Station 77 Madison Twp (South Charleston) (Fire)

Frequency:  MARCS IP- CLARKPG1
1357.6/1285.8 - Station 75 Pleasant Twp (Catawba)

Fire/EMS Stations

50 - Enon-Mad River Twp
51 - Bethel Twp (Medway)
52 - New Carlisle
53 - Pike Twp (North Hampton)
54 - Bethel Twp (Donnelsville)
56 - Springfield Twp Sta 3 (Rockway)
57 - Springfield City
58 - Springfield Twp Sta 1 (Beatty)
59 - Hustead Fire
61 - Christiansburg Fire (Champaign Co)
72 - Springfield Twp Sta 2 (Garden Acres)
73 - Pitchin-Green Twp
74 - Moorefield Twp (Northridge)
75 - Pleasant Twp (Catawba)
76 - Harmony Twp (South Vienna)
77 - Madison Twp (South Charleston)
78 - German Twp (Lawrenceville)
95 - Hustead EMS

Clark County Sheriff's Office Codes

Clark County Sheriff communications use {{DB[s|6643|Ohio MARCS-IP}}


# Meaning
7 Driver Reg/Plate Check
7A Stolen Check
11A OLN Number
12A Burglary
17 Meet In Person
21 Prisoner
24 Intoxicated
25 EnRoute To Village/Beat/Jail/HQ
29 Ems/Medic
33 In Service
35 Foot/Car Patrol
37 Out of Service
39 Location
43 EnRoute To Residence/Home
47 Paperwork/Report
55 Inner Warrant
59 Disregard
67 Gone/Out of Sight
70 Narcotics
99 Traffic Restriction
.19 Intoxicated Driver

Medical Transportation

Med-Trans

Med-Trans is a privatized medical transportation business operating a fleet of 20 ambulances, 12 ambulettes, and 3 MICU vehicles from two offices. One in Dayton and the home office in Springfield. They offer coverage of the Greater Miami Valley.

Frequency Input Type Tone Description
463.67500 468.67500 RM 203.5 PL F1 Dispatch
464.95000 469.95000 RM 151.4 PL F2
464.60000 469.60000 RM 131. PL F3

Ohio State Highway Patrol

Clark County is served by OSP Post 12 Springfield, located at 4201 Gateway Blvd., Springfield, Ohio. All communications use the Ohio MARCS-IP system.

Springfield Airport/Air National Guard base

KSGH Tower is now closed.

The primary tennant is the 178th Wing (Intelligence and Reconnaissance Wing) unit under the National Air and Space Intelligence Center mission. They remotely support the MQ-1B Predator UAVs for combat operations worldwide.

Current tenants are:

178th Intelligence Group 178th Surveillance Group 251st Cyber Engineering Installation Group 269th Combat Communications Squadron

The Air National Guard base is intact and expanding to the land across the state highway. For base security reasons, the state route will be relocated north of the construction area and the base will take over the old state highway. A similar project is underway at WPAFB to relocate SR 444.

Buck Creek State Park

Buck Creek State Park is a 1,896 acre state park located 4 miles northeast of downtown Springfield that features the 2,120 acre C.J. Brown Dam and Reservoir. The park is leased from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers who maintain flood control operations of the dam and reservoir. The park itself is maintained by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR). All official park communications are on the Ohio MARCS statewide system. Other VIP (Camp ground overseers) and campers can be heard using FRS radios throughout the summer camping season.

Area DMR Systems

Frequency Input Color Code Time Slot Talkgroup Description
151.010 159.000 1 1 100 County Engineer GPS AVL
151.010 159.000 1 2 200 County Engineer Operations
151.415 154.665 8 1 11 Jail Security (encrypted)
452.3375 457.3375 8 1 8001 National Trails Golf Course maintenance





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