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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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Marion 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]




Aumsville Fire District: See Marion County Fire Departments

Keizer Police Department

  Dispatch  Salem  TG: 57840  Salem

  Conventional Repeater  [PL 114.8]  Keizer  857.4875  812.4875

Marion County Fire Departments

  North-1  Dispatch  [PL 123.0]  Countywide  154.1600

  North-2  Working Incidents  [PL 123.0]  Countywide  159.3450

  Central-1  Alerts / Working  Countywide  154.3850

  Central-2  Working Incidents  Countywide  153.7700

  South-1  Alerts  [PL 123.0]  Countywide  154.4150

  South-2  Working Incidents  [PL 123.0]  Countywide  154.0100

  South-3  Working Incidents  [PL 123.0]  Countywide  154.2500

  South-4  Tac-1 / Working  [PL 123.0]  Countywide  154.2950

Marion County Sheriff’s Department

  Ch1  Dispatch / Operations  [PL 100.0]  Countywide  154.7400

Mount Angel Fire District: See Marion County Fire Departments

Mount Angel Police  [PL 100.0]  Mount Angel  154.8150  158.8950

Oregon Dept. of Forestry  [PL 179.9]  Mount Horeb  151.2050  159.4375

Oregon State Police

  St 21  West Marion  [PL 156.7]  Salem Station 155.9100  159.1500

  St 21A East Marion  [PL 156.7]  Mill City Sta.  154.8600  155.4450

Salem City Government

  TRUNKED RADIO SYSTEM (Motorola SmartNet): TrunkTracker Setting: Type II 800

  A Tower Site Frequencies:  Salem

  856.7125  857.7125  859.4875  860.4875  866.1250  868.1000

  B Tower Site Frequencies:  Salem

  856.4875  857.4875  858.4875  867.8125  867.5500

  C Tower (Conventional / Non-Trunked)  Salem  866.4250  821.4250

  All talkgroups accessible on either tower, but are not simulcast

Salem Fire Department

  01  A Dispatch  Salem  TG: 58416  Salem

  02  A Ops 2  Salem  TG: 58448  Salem

  06  A Ops 6 – McNary Field Incidents  Salem  TG: 58576  Salem

  08  A Ops 8 – F BLS  Salem  TG: 58640  Salem

Salem Police Department

  Ch1  Operations Repeater  [PL 192.8]  Salem  460.4750  465.4750

  Ch3  Operations Repeater  [PL 192.8]  Salem  460.0750  465.0750

Santiam Ambulance  Stayton  155.2950  Simplex

Silverton Fire District  Silverton  154.1600  Simplex

  OPS 1 – Working  [PL 100.0]  Silverton  155.1600  Simplex

  OPS 2 – Working  Silverton  155.1150  Simplex

  154.1525  154.1675

Silverton Police Department 

  Ch1  Dispatch by MAPD  [PL 100.0]  Mount Angel  154.8150  158.8950  Ch2  Tactical  Silverton  155.5350  Simplex

Stayton Fire District: See Marion County Fire Departments

Stayton Police Department 

  Ch1  Dispatch  Stayton  154.8300  Simplex

Woodburn Ambulance  Woodburn  155.2050  Simplex

Woodburn Fire District: See Marion County Fire Departments


  LTR Trunked – LCN 01  Woodburn  453.4625  LTR

  LTR Trunked – LCN 05  Woodburn  460.6125  LTR

  LTR Trunked – LCN 09  Woodburn  453.6125  LTR

  LTR Trunked – LCN 13  Woodburn  453.8625  LTR

  [#]  Dispatch (Linked to 154.160)  Woodburn  TG: 0-09-012

Woodburn Police Department  Woodburn  155.1300  158.7750

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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