looking for snow plow frequencies

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KF8ZR

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Hello
I'm interested in getting the snow plow frequencies for saint paul, shoreview or Maplewood
I'm not interested in talk groups, codes, or anything like that.
I'm looking for the analog frequencies that are used.
I don't have a digital scanner. I'm only using an ICOM T90 and a Baofeng UV3R

Someone let me know if these are still available.
Chris
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frazpo

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Hello
I'm interested in getting the snow plow frequencies for saint paul, shoreview or Maplewood
I'm not interested in talk groups, codes, or anything like that.
I'm looking for the analog frequencies that are used.
I don't have a digital scanner. I'm only using an ICOM T90 and a Baofeng UV3R

Someone let me know if these are still available.
Chris
KF8ZR
kf8zr@yahoo.com
At a glance it appears that mdot is on the armer system. Which is a trunked system. You would need to load talk groups and such
 

wogggieee

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MN/DOT and St Paul plows are on ARMER so you'll need digital for that. I dont know about shoreview or maplewood, but if theyre anything like the white bear township ones they dont have much traffic.
 

10-7Goodnight

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Snow Plows here in northern MN are on ARMER digital system as well. St. Louis County Duluth.
 

10-7Goodnight

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DOT District 1 NE MN You can hear snow plows on the following TG: 36528, 36530, 36532, 36534, 36536, 36540, 36542, 36574. When it snows, these TG are very busy with chatter. Hope this helps.
 

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Your welcome scanner geek. I actually don't have the DOT programmed because it ties up the stuff I really want to listen to like the local Duluth law enforcement. When you're on the range, plug in TG 37802. That's the Sheriff and Hibbing squads. 37851 is Fire/EMS. You can hear the State Patrol on 36500 and 36564.
 
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