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DPS Metro Phoenix Boundaries

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A few weeks ago, I found a post (here or another site, not sure) that gave specific boundaries for the DPS divisions in metro Phoenix. It included highway and mile post markers. Now for the life of me I can't find that info again. If anyone has this info and can repost, I'd appreciate it. Thanks!
 

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Thanks for the info. This was a text post with a description of the boundaries. I'll take a close look at that map, though. Thank you!
 
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DPS Metro Boundries (West, Central, East, and South)

Look for Metro South in the not too distant future. There are some changes in the works, so don't get too comfortable with the current boundaries.
 

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Interesting. That's okay by me. I think smaller is better, when it comes to radio coverage areas. I'll keep an eye out for a possible split.


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