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Warren County, Ohio
Map of Warren County Ohio With Municipal and Township Labels.PNG
Map of Warren County
County Number 83
OSP District 8 (Wilmington)
OSP Post 83 (Lebanon)
ODOT District 8 (Lebanon)
MARCS Zone 3
NWS Office Wilmington
FIPS Code 39165

Warren County Database
Warren County Live Audio
Ohio Forum

MediaWiki
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Census map

Welcome to the Warren County, Ohio collaboration article. This is where you, the user, may index any articles you develop for scanning related topics for your area.

Warren County, Ohio

Warren County is located in southwestern Ohio and is included in the Cincinnati Metropolitan Statistical Area. It was formed from Hamilton County on May 1, 1803. It gets its name from Dr, Joseph Warren, a Revolutionary War hero who died during the Battle of Bunker Hill.

There are seventeen cities and villages and eleven townships in the county. Lebanon is the county seat.

Cities

  • Carlisle
  • Franklin
  • Lebanon
  • Loveland
  • Mason
  • Middletown
  • Monroe
  • Springboro

Villages

  • Blanchester
  • Butlerville
  • Corwin
  • Harveysburg
  • Maineville
  • Morrow
  • Pleasant Plain
  • South Lebanon
  • Waynesville

Townships

  • Clearcreek
  • Deerfield
  • Franklin
  • Hamilton
  • Harlan
  • Massie
  • Salem
  • Turtlecreek
  • Union
  • Washington
  • Wayne

Public Safety Communications

All public safety agencies in Warren County use the Ohio MARCS-IP P25 Trunked Radio System. Warren County Fire Dispatch simulcasts on 453.3750 CSQ.

News from the county telecom can be found at http://warrencountytelecom.com

WARREN COUNTY TRS (deprecated)
WARREN COUNTY CONVENTIONAL FRQUENCIES

Fire Stations

Fire Department Location Map

Carlisle                                  11
Joint Emergency Medical Services (JEMS)   15   (serves Carlisle, Franklin and Franklin Twp.)
City of Franklin                          16 **
Franklin Township                         19, 20
Clearcreek Township                       21, 22, 23
Massie Township                           28
Turtlecreek Township                      31, 32, 33
City of Lebanon                           41, 42
Union Township / South Lebanon            46
City of Mason                             51, 52
Kings Island Amusement Park               55
Deerfield Township                        56, 57, 58, 59
Loveland / Symmes Township                60, 61, 62, 63 ***
Morrow / Salem Township                   71
Hamilton Township                         76, 77
Harlan Township                           81, 82
Wayne Township                            91


      **   Franklin Communications Center handles all dispatching of Station 16
      ***  Loveland/Symmes Township is dispatched by Northeast Communications. Station 61 and 
           63 can be toned out by Warren County Dispatch. Loveland / Symmes uses Clermont
           County's System.

Fire Station Apparatus

Station 11 

Station 15 - Medic 15, Medic 15-4, Paramedic 15, Warren County Mass Casualty Trailer

Station 16 - Rescue 16, Engine 16, Ladder 16, Heavy Rescue 16, Brush 16, 
             Battalion 16, Car 16, Utility 16, Boat 16, Engine 18** 

Station 19 - Rescue 19, Engine 19, Engine 19-2, Brush 19, Utility 19, Car 19, Battalion 19, 
             Utility 19, Medic 15-3*

Station 20 - Rescue 20, Engine 20, Brush 20, Battalion 20, Medic 15-2*

Station 21 - Engine 21, Ladder 21, Rescue 21, Brush 21, Battalion 21, Medic 21, Engine 24, 
             Medic 24

Station 22 - Engine 22, Medic 22, Battalion 22

Station 23 - Engine 23, Medic 23, Battalion 23

Station 28 - Engine 28, Engine 29, Brush 28, Rescue 28, Squad 28, Squad 29, 
             Car 28, Car 29, Tanker 28, Boat 28, Haz-Mat 28
             

Station 31 -

Station 32 - Medic 32

Station 33 -

Station 41 - Rescue 41, Engine 41, Ladder 41, Attack 41, Battalion 41, Utility 41, Medic 41,
             Medic 43, Chief 41

Station 42 - Engine 42, Battalion 42, Utility 42, Medic 42, Medic 44

Station 46 - Engine 46, Engine 46-2, Tanker 46, Rescue 46, Squad 46, Squad 47, Chief 46, 
             EMS 47

Station 51 - Engine 51, Quint 51, Medic 51, EMS 51, Battalion 51 

Station 52 - Engine 52, Quint 52, Tower 52, Medic 52, EMS 52

Station 55 - 

Station 56 - Engine 56, Medic 56

Station 57 - Ladder 57, Engine 57, Medic 57, Paramedic 57

Station 58 - Engine 58, Medic 58, Tanker 56, Warren County Haz-Mat

Station 59 - 

Station 60 - Engine 60, Medic 60, BLS 60, Mass Casualty 60

Station 61 - Engine 61, Tower 61, Rescue 61, Medic 61, Boat 61

Station 62 - Battalion 62, Engine 62, Quint 62, Medic 62

Station 63 - Engine 63, Quint 63, Medic 63, BLS 63

Station 71 - Engine 71, Engine 72, Squad 71, Squad 72, Tanker 71, Brush 71, Rescue 72, 
             Boat 71, Boat 72, Air 71, Utility 71, Chief 71, Chief 72

Station 76 - Engine 76, Tanker 76, Engine 78, Medic 76, EMS 76, Car 78

Station 77 - Engine 77, Ladder 77, Brush 77, Medic 77, Medic 78, Boat 76

Station 81 - Squad 81-1, Engine 81, Chief 81, Tanker 81, Engine 83, Brush 81, EMS 81, 
             Tanker 84, Tanker 83, Tanker 82

Station 91 - Rescue 91, Rescue 92, Engine 91, Engine 92, Squad 91, Squad 92, Tanker 93, 
             Squad 93,


      -    Engine 18 is quartered at Station 16 and staffed by Station 16 under
           contract with Franklin Township. Engine 18 responds to the northern 
           end of Franklin Township.
      -    Medic 15-2 and 15-3 are quartered at Stations 20 and 19 respectively 
           and staffed 24/7 

Fire Pager Tones

453.3750 (No PL - also simulcast on 800 system)

Franklin FD Station 16: 651.9/979.9
Franklin FD Station 17: 794.3/979.9


Police agencies

ADAM          Carlisle
BAKER         Morrow
CHARLES       Mason
EDWARD        Hamilton Township
FRANK         Franklin
GEORGE        ODNR - Game Warden
HENRY         Harveysburg
KING          Kings Island
LINCOLN       Clearcreek Township
PAUL          Warren County Sheriff's Office - Patrol Units
ROBERT        ODNR - Caesar Creek State Park Rangers
TOM           Warren County Sheriff's Office - Traffic Units
VICTOR        Mainville
WILLIAM       Waynesville
XRAY          SWAT
YOUNG         Adult Probation
ZEBRA         Springboro



            1________##    Village/Township Police
            2________##    Specialty Trained Team Member (ie: Diver, SWAT)
            3________##    Special Duty
            4________##    County Services
            5, 6 or 7##    Municipality
            8 ______ ##    Sheriff's Office
  

Notes

Misc. Notes

     -    Franklin Police are dispatched by the Franklin Communications Center
     -    Springboro Police is dispatched by the Warren County Communications Center.
     -    Public Works Departments use Mutual Aid 2 as a "Flagging" Channel
     -    Air Ambulances, i.e. Miami Valley Hospital Careflight & University Hospital 
          Air Care, often use Mutual Aid 3 to communicate with Landing Zone Sectors.
     -    Statewide Fire Mutual Aid 154.2800 MHz is used as a backup as needed.

Ohio State Highway Patrol

Warren County is served by OSP Post 83 Lebanon, located at 184 Nelson Road. In addition to Warren County they cover parts of I-71 in Hamilton County and I-75 from Exit 22 (Tylersville Road) to the Warren-Montgomery County line (mp 42). As part of the OSP Consolidated Dispatching, Post 83 dispatches for Post 9 Hamilton. All communications use the Ohio MARCS-IP statewide system.

Caesar Creek State Park

Caesar Creek State Park is a 7,941 acre state park located 5 miles east of Waynesville that features the 2,830 acre Caesar Creek Lake. It is a popular recreation spot in the area. The lake itself is leased from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers who maintain the lake. The park is maintained by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) and falls under ODNR Region 4. It is patrolled by ODNR Park Rangers from the Caesar Creek State Park Office. Caesar Creek ODNR Park Rangers also patrol Cowan Lake State Park in Clinton County. All official park communications are on the Ohio MARCS-IP statewide system, rangers also have access to the Warren County TRS. Other VIP (Camp ground overseers) and campers can be heard using FRS radios throughout the summer camping season.

Recreation/Amusement Parks


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