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Old 07-13-2009, 9:19 PM
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Default Autauga county/pratville fire

Can someone confirm for me whether Prattville Fire is dispatched on the same receive frequency (154.355) the Autauga County Fire units are? Their FCC listing also shows several other frequencies and it's hard to tell whether they are for fire tac or what. Thanks for the help
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PFD is dispatched on 159.150 for all city fire/ems and county EMS calls. The PFD's EMS handles all EMS runs in the county. The PFD switches to their channel 2 (154.355, the county FD's channel 1) when leaving the city limits, heading out to the county. The county VFDs are dispatched all on 154.355.

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Default Autauga County/Prattville

Hey Warren - I was wondering where you were. I knew you would answer me unless you were out of town.

I've got to come to my wife's family reunion this Sunday in Prattville and thot I'd bring along my listening post. Thanks for your help.

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Hi Mike:

I've been somewhat out of pocket most of the last month. Major problems at work I had to fix, vacation, taking a MCP Server 2003 boot camp, and passing the test. I'm back in the land of the less busy now :-)

The main public safety frequencies are:

155.565 (203.5Hz) - Prattville PD 1 (Ch 2 is 155,565 direct, not through the repeater)
155.010 (CSQ) - State Net - PPD Ch 3
155.040 (100.0) - PPD Ch 4 / PFD Ch 3 (Fireground) / VFD Fireground
154.755 (127.3) - PPD Ch 5 - shared with Autauga County SO, and Autauga Metro Jail
155.070 (127.3) - Autauga County SO
159.150 (210.7) - Prattville FD 1
154.355 (100.0) - Autauga County VFDs.
154.515 (127.3) - Rescue Squad

There are additional frequencies in the rr.com database, but they aren't active. All the codes for the PD and FDs are in the files section of the Autauga County page in the rr.com database.

Have a good trip!

Warren

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Old 07-17-2009, 9:27 PM
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Thanks, Warren. Haven't been to that area in several years so I'm looking forward to it, doing some monitoring, and - oh yea - visiting with family. Glad your life is settling down a bit. Yell if you get up here to Atlanta anytime or if I can ever help you.

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