Flagler County Public Services
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"The $15.2 million system augments the coverage of the previous 800 MHz system with six towers – Old Dixie Park, County Road 304 and State Road 11, County Road 305 and State Road, Matanzas Parkway near the high school, at the Government Services Complex, and the Jail complex – as well as repeaters.
“This is all brand new – sites, towers, equipment,” Shupe said. “The towers are hurricane rated to withstand 160 mph winds, and there are multiple redundancies. This is a Phase II system, which means there are 18 talk paths instead of just nine, which increases our capacity.”
The system has interoperability with the neighboring St. Johns County, and the tower at Old Dixie Park is located for shared use and future interoperability with Volusia County. There are future plans for interoperability with Putnam County as well. It increases the security and safety of the end users." - source Flagler County's Ribbon Cutting Ceremony announcement which is linked below.
- FLAGLER COUNTY HOSTS PUBLIC SAFETY 800MHZ RADIO SYSTEM RIBBON-CUTTING CEREMONY 11 A.M. FRIDAY September 11th 2020
- County, city make plans for emergency radio system upgrade Palm Coast Observer article Nov 2018
- Flagler Co OK's 5 new public safety radio towers for new P25 system Daytona Beach News Journal article Dec 2017
- Flagler County (FL) Public Services Radio IDs