Please click here to see the pictures taken at the PACKET exercise on Saturday, December 15, 2001. It might take a few minutes to download

Please click here to see the pictures taken at the message handling exercise on Saturday, January 27, 2001. It might take a few minutes to download

Please click here to see the pictures taken at CCARES/DCS Renewal Training class on January 21, 1999. It might take about 3 to 6 minutes to download

Please click here to see the pictures taken at the packet exercise on Saturday, December 12, 1998. It might take about 5 to 8 minutes to download




An Overview

CCARES was formed by a group of ham radio operators who wanted to give back something to their community.
Through amateur radio we serve as extra eyes and ears for the Culver City Fire Department. This has been made
possible by the tremendous support from both the Fire Department and the City Government. Our Emergency
Operations Center (EOC ) has been built in Fire Station 1 by the expert hands of the city radio officer
and CCARES members.

Monthly Meetings

Our meetings are usually held on Saturdays at various locations in Culver City

IMPORTANT NOTE: Meeting times and location may vary, so check in on the Sunday night net for details

Sunday Night Net

A weekly net is held every Sunday night at 8:00 PM PST/PDT on 2 meters and 8:30 PM PST/PDT on 440 MHz.

Visitor check-ins are always welcome

Frequencies

CCARES 144.330 MHz. (simplex)

CCARES 445.600 MHz.- PL 131.8 Hz. (Repeater)

CCARES Packet Station, K6CCR, (24 hours-a-day) 145.630 MHz. (simplex)
(located at Fire Station # 1)

CCARES Call Sign

K6CCR

Come Join Us!

Membership in CCARES is open to everyone who is a FCC-Licensed Amateur Radio Operator. You do not have to be a Culver City resident.
All that is required is a commitment to community service.
Check in on our Sunday night net

Related Links

Los Angeles County DCS

Orange County RACES

National ARES Web Page

FCC Amateur Radio Callsign Database

QRZ Amateur Radio Callsign Database



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E-Mail AE6MC@comcast.net
Bob Pine, K6RMP
Director

This site was updated on: December 06 , 2009

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