Napoleon, OH Tornado Siren Activation Frequency

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Hope this is the right forum. Well, I am looking for the radio frequency for Napoleon's sirens. I am going to their test in August and would really like to have their frequency to hear the tones. Thanks!
 

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I have no direct knowledge for Henry County or Napoleon but all of Wood County's sirens with the exception of Perrysburg use the county fire dispatch frequency. Perrysburg uses their public works frequency.
 
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Toledo/Lucas County uses the Dog Warden's channel of all things when they switched from low band 33.74MHz to UHF a few years ago, so you could have a dual-use channel? Toledo also used to have a frequency in the 72MHz band for some signaling, but that might have changed as well?
 

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Toledo/Lucas County uses the Dog Warden's channel of all things when they switched from low band 33.74MHz to UHF a few years ago, so you could have a dual-use channel? Toledo also used to have a frequency in the 72MHz band for some signaling, but that might have changed as well?
Lucas County's frequency is now 453.100
 
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