Grimes County ARES

 Name   Call Sign   Position
 Dominick Adamo  KG5JRA   Emergency Coordinator
Charles  Jones  W5CWJ   Assistant Emergency Coordinator
Chris Whitehead  KE5KTV   Assistant Emergency Coordinator-Training
  Matthew Silcox  K5MBS   EMS – Liaison
Chris Whitehead  KE5KTV  ARES PIO
  Dominick Adamo   KG5JRA   CERT – Liaison
Tom Talley  W5XTT  NTS – Liaison & AEC-Training
  Charles Jones   W5CWJ   RACES – Liaison

Our Email: grimescoares@gmail.com

GRIMES COUNTY ARES REPEATER

441.875 tx 446.875 rx With a tone of 110.9

Thanks to Bill N5MBM with Washington County ARES

 

READINESS LEVEL

 Level   Alert Level   Conditions  Actions to be taken by Grimes Co ARES
4 GREEN  NORMAL Conduct normal Prevention and Preparedness activities
YELLOW  INCREASED Alert ARES EC and AEC’s by page out, list provided
EC/AEC initiate readiness checks all equipment, facilities and correct any deficiencies
2   RED  HIGH  Reverse 911 system notifies ARES members to monitor radio net.
Alert Personnel for possible emergency duty
Stand Up ARES net (see ICS 205 for frequency plan)
Monitor situation for possible issuance of warning or alerts 
WHITE MAXIMUM    Institute 24-hour operations
Conduct periodic
checks

Grimes Co ARES

 

About ARES

Amateur Radio Emergency Service® (ARES)

The Amateur Radio Emergency Service® (ARES) consists of licensed amateurs who have voluntarily registered their qualifications and equipment, with their local ARES leadership, for communications duty in the public service when disaster strikes.

ARES Membership Requirements

Every licensed amateur, regardless of membership in ARRL or any other local or national organization is eligible to apply for membership in ARES. Training may be required or desired to participate fully in ARES. Please inquire at the local level for specific information. Because ARES is an Amateur Radio program, only licensed radio amateurs are eligible for membership. The possession of emergency-powered equipment is desirable, but is not a requirement for membership.

It is easy to join

Membership is voluntary, and you do NOT have to be an ARRL member to join.

You can contact one of the officers or just fill out the

membership application form under the register new member link near the bottom left hand side of the page, and we will contact you.

That’s all there is to it…

Welcome aboard!

Training

Grimes County ARES is adopting the South Texas Section training Standardization plan. This page provides links to the South Texas ARES Information Depot where you can register as a new member and manage your training records and to FEMA sites where you can get a student ID and access various courses.

Additional ARRL courses will be added later. Check your workbook on the STXARES Information Depot site for the current list of recommended courses.

Websites

http://www.arrl.org/ares

http://www.arrl.org/emergency-communications-training

 

 

Grimes County ARES is a separate group from Grimes County Amateur Radio Group.

But, we are affiliated with Grimes County Amateur Radio Group as a partner.”