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Northwest Frequency Directory

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NWFD10 is the newest and most up to date scanner information resource for Northwestern Oregon & Western Washington.  The all-in-one 320-page directory is organized by county (including 18 Oregon and 20 Washington counties) for easy use and is packed full of information written and edited by local scanner experts!

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Lincoln County, Oregon

Scanner Frequencies & Information (Short Sample)

Below is a short sample of the scanner radio frequency and trunked talkgroup information found in the Northwest Frequency Directory. The book includes thousands more frequencies and talkgroups for this county and all of Northwestern Oregon and Western Washington. The book also includes information on businesses, airports, amateur radio, codes, unit designations and radio identifiers, fire station locations and apparatus, detailed narratives explaining local radio usage and more!

This sample frequency list follows the same general format as found in the book:

[Agency Name]

     [Channel] [Description] [PL Tone] [City] [Receive Frequency or Talkgroup] [Transmit Frequency or Trunked System]




North Lincoln Fire Protection District

  [PL 141.3]  Lincoln City  154.3700  154.0100

  Protects: Lincoln City, Rose Lodge, Otis, Neotsu, Roads End, Kernville, Cutler City,

  Schooner, Drift Creek

Lincoln City Police Dept.  [PL 156.7]  Lincoln City  155.5350

  Lincoln City  155.7750

  Lincoln City  154.8900  155.6250

  Lincoln City  155.0700  159.0150

Lincoln County EMS  Countywide  155.4000  Simplex

  MedNet  [PL 162.2]  Countywide  155.3400  Simplex

Lincoln County Fire Departments

  Dispatch  [PL 156.7]  Countywide  154.4300  153.9500

Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office

  Dispatch (+ Newport PD)  [PL 156.7]  Countywide  155.0700

  154.9650  Repeater

Newport Fire Department  Newport  154.1750  Simplex

Newport Police Department

  Dispatch  [PL 156.7]  Countywide  155.0700

Oregon State Police

  Sta 26  Central & North Lincoln  [PL 156.7]  Newport  154.9350  155.5800

  Sta 29  Far South Lincoln County  [PL 156.7]  Florence  154.7850  159.2100

  Sta 23  East Lincoln County  [PL 156.7]  Albany  154.6650  159.0300

Oregon Dept. of Forestry  [PL 167.9]  Euchre  151.1675  159.3225

Pacific West Ambulance  Countywide  155.1750  Simplex

  Countywide  155.2950  Simplex

Seal Rock Fire District  Seal Rock  154.1900  150.7900

Toledo Fire Department  Toledo  154.1450  Simplex

Toledo Police Department  [PL 156.7]  Toledo  154.8300

See the Northwest Frequency Directory for many local frequencies not listed here, and much more detailed information.

Miscellaneous / Airports / Amateur Radio

Federal Government / Hotels & Country Clubs / Industries & Manufacturing

Hospitals / News Media / Railroads / Recreation / Utilities / Weather Information

See the Northwest Frequency Directory for many local frequencies not listed here, and much more detailed information.


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