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Somerset County (PA) Fire Tone Outs

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Fire Departments

  • 601 Somerset VFD 1757.0/2380.0 (Custom frequencies)
  • 602 Listie VFD 441.6/1011.6
  • 603 Friedens VFD 358.9/489.8 (Fire Pagers)
  • 603 Friedens VFD 668.3/489.8 (QRS Pagers)
  • 604 Stoystown VFD 688.3/602.6 (Fire Pagers)
  • 604 Stoystown VFD 1185.2/584.8 (QRS Pagers)
  • 605 Boswell VFD 398.1/668.3
  • 606 Jennerstown VFD/EMS 543.3/489.8
  • 607 Sipesville VFD 543.3/441.6
  • 608 Acosta VFD/QRS 358.9/398.1
  • 610 Ideal VFD 691.8/562.3 and 691.8/562.3
  • 611 Windber VFD 445.7/422.1
  • 612 Confluence VFD 358.9/441.6
  • 613 Addison VFD 398.1/441.6
  • 614 Hooversville VFD/QRS 412.1/562.3
  • 616 Scalp Level/Paint VFD 788.5/746.8 and 507.0/1161.4
  • 617 Meyersdale VFD 489.8/398.1
  • 618 Salisbury VFD 1082.0/1287.0 (EMS Pagers)
  • 618 Salisbury VFD 1082.0/881.0 (Fire Pagers)
  • 620 Garrett VFD/QRS 398.1/543.3
  • 622 New Centerville VFC 602.6/398.1 and 489.8/441.6
  • 623 Rockwood VFD 489.8/543.3
  • 624 Bakersville VFD/QRS 543.3/1011.6
  • 625 Seven Springs VFD/QRS 602.6/1011.6
  • 626 Central City VFD/QRS 358.9/1011.6
  • 627 Shanksville VFD/QRS 543.3/398.1
  • 628 Berlin VFD 339.6/358.6
  • 629 New Baltimore VFD 489.8/1011.6
  • 630 Wellersburg VFD/QRS 543.3/822.2
  • 631 Jerome VFD 788.5/507.0
  • 634 Ligonier VFD 510.5/746.8

EMS Agencies

  • 240 Meyersdale Ambulance 569.1/349.0
  • 312 Confluence Ambulance 433.7/368.5
  • 400 Somerset Ambulance (New Centerville) 746.8/1006.9
  • 500 Berlin Ambulance 378.6/358.6
  • 605 Boswell EMS 371.5/851.1
  • 640 Conemaugh Twp. Ambulance 802.5/903.2
  • 655 Northern EMS 349.0/368.5
  • 800 Somerset Ambulance (Stoystown) 569.1/953.7
  • 900 Somerset Ambulance (Main Station) 569.1/410.8


NOTES:
All tones are standard Quick Call 1 / Quick Call 2 tones, except for station 601, which uses some obsolete format. Most tones are transmitted by Somerset 911 as 1+1, except for Confluence, Addison, New Baltimore and Wellersburg, which are 2+2. Of these stations, the ones that have the capability to transmit tones from the base radio use 1+1 format. Frequencies are specified in hertz, and are listed as "A" tone / "B" tone. Note: All Dispatches are no longer sent on the 33.70Mhz. All Fire and EMS Dispatches for Somerset County are done on 155.175 Mhz. All additional communications such as fireground communications ect, are done on the 800 Mhz (ICORRS) System.


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