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Good source for fire frequencies

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I just found this on the oregon.gov website. It's a list of a crapload of info on nearly every fire department in the state, sorted by county. Frequencies, PL tones, primary and secondary frequencies (and up to four frequencies for some departments), and input frequencies. It's very good. It's from 2004, and I don't live in Oregon anymore, so I can't confirm any of these. But I wish I had this when I did live there. :)

Share away! Happy scanning!

--chriscrutch

P.S. The file I have was an Excel spreadsheet, but those aren't allowed in these forums as attachments, so I zipped it.
 

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chriscrutch said:
P.S. The file I have was an Excel spreadsheet, but those aren't allowed in these forums as attachments, so I zipped it.
Why don't you just give us the link?
 
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I've seen that listing before -- it's okay, but I think the databases here on RR are in much better shape and far more up-to-date.
 
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