An ARRL Amateur Radio Emergency Service® (ARES) Organization serving the communities of West Riverside County (CA). (A 501c3 Organization) [Updated: 1.3.2020]
Next Meeting: Aug. 10th, 2020
Topic: 1. ARES Connect Registration
2. Online ARES Basics Camp
3. ARES Training Tasks Workbook
Meetings are held the 2nd Mondays of the month at 6:30 – 8:30 PM.
Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, we are currently meeting online. Check your email for info on attending meetings online or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more info call 951-977-3503 – Message Phone
⇒ Secondary Repeater: 146.655- pl:103.5 (MVARA Club)
⇒ Alternate Repeater: 146.115+ pl: 88.5
West Riverside County ARES Repeater
(Near Riverside Red Cross, range limited to Moreno Valley)
Check-out our March 2018 ARES Basics Camp Video:
Don’t forget to check out the “NEWS” and “LINKS” section!
Put your Ham Radio skills and equipment to use for Public Service or in the event of an Emergency. Join ARES by clicking on the “Register with ARES” on the left.
West Riverside County District ARES Contacts:
Bob Morris, KK6BXJ, District Emergency Coordinator, West Riverside County
(Covering: Riverside, Moreno Valley, Hemet, Temecula, Elsinore, Corona, Norco, Jurupa Valley, Eastvale)
Mike Barker, AI6PD, Emergency Coordinator
Don Davis, KJ6YGT, Emergency Coordinator,
David Bell, N6DJB, Assistant Emergency Coordinator & Net Manager
Rich Palmer, KK6CXA, Assistant Emergency Coordinator, Technical Lead
Rick Schirmer, KK6CTT, Emergency Coordinator
FEMA Administrator, Craig Fugate, KK4INZ, spoke at the ARRL Centennial Banquet Friday, July 18, 2014 about the importance of Ham Radio in Emergencies.