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Southern California Frequency Directory

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San Bernardino County, California

Scanner Frequencies & Information (Short Sample)

Below is a short sample of the scanner radio frequency and trunked talkgroup information found in the Southern California Frequency Directory. The book includes thousands more frequencies and talkgroups for this county and all of southern California. 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]

 

 

 

San Bernardino County Trunked Radio System

Trunked Radio System – Motorola Type 2 800 MHz Standard Analog Systems

Note: Talkgroups in this Section may operate on one or more Systems below. Talkgroups names are preceded by the System that the talkgroup is primarily associated with (such as “9-Chino-1”, where Chino Police primarily uses System 9 below). Where no channel name is listed, the primary system may still be indicated (such as “9”). Where possible, monitor this primary system to hear the intended talkgroup at all times. Talkgroup names preceded by a “#” (such as “#-CTAC-1”) are typically available on all or most all Systems as needed by users.

 

System 1 – Victorville – Quartzite Mountain

  Rotating Control Channels: 857.9500 858.4500 859.4500 859.9500

  Voice Only Channels:  855.4750 856.7250 860.2500 866.1375 866.4125

866.8625

System 2 – Barstow – Flash II

  Rotating Control Channels: 856.4500 857.4500 857.9750 860.4500

  Voice Only Channels:  855.2250 858.9500 859.4750 859.9750

 

System 3 – Lucerne Valley – Rodman Mountain

  Voice & Control Channels:  854.9750 856.2250 857.2250 858.2500 858.7500

 

System 4 Donnel – Morongo Basin / Desert Wide Area – Donnel Hill

  Rotating Control Channels: 860.2500

  Voice Only Channels:  858.2500 858.7250 859.7250 860.4750

 

System 4 Paxton – Morongo Basin / Desert Wide Area – Paxton Peak

  Rotating Control Channels: 860.9500

  Voice Only Channels:  856.4750 857.4750 858.2250 860.2250

 

System 5 – Needles – Spirit Mountain, Nevada

  Rotating Control Channels: 856.4500 857.9750 858.9500 859.9750

  Voice Only Channels:  855.2250 858.2500 860.2500

 

System 6 & 7 – Valley Areas Simulcast – Soquel Canyon, Butterfield, Jurupa Hill

  Rotating Control Channels: 868.1625 868.3375 868.3875  868.6125

  Voice Only Channels:  854.8375 855.1875 855.4125 855.4375 855.5875

  855.6125 855.6625 855.8625 857.8125 859.3875

  859.8375 866.3375 866.8875 867.8875

 

System 8 – San Bernardino Mountains Simulcast – Strawberry, Keller, Bertha, Heaps, Onyx

  Rotating Control Channels: 866.6875 867.3375 867.8375 868.6875

  Voice Only Channels:  857.3625 859.3875 859.8125 860.8375 866.1875

  867.1125 868.1125

 

System 9 – Ontario (West End Communications Authority)

  Rotating Control Channels: 868.3625 868.4125 868.8375

  Voice Only Channels:  851.5000 853.4500 854.9750 856.4250 866.1125

   866.1375  866.1625 866.3625 866.4125 866.6375

866.6625  866.8625 866.9125 867.1375 867.1875

867.3875  867.6125 867.6625 867.8625 867.9125

  868.1375 868.1875 868.6375 868.8875 868.9375

 

System 10 – San Bernardino – Little Mountain

  Rotating Control Channels: 856.8500 858.2750 859.4250 860.2500

  Voice Only Channels:  856.2750 860.4250 866.4750 866.9750 867.4750

  867.9750 868.4750

 

System 12 – Reservoir Carbon Canyon Summit

  Voice & Control Channels:  866.4375 866.5750 866.9500 867.0750 867.5750

  867.9500 868.0750

 

Adelanto FIRE: 1-FIRE-1  [Analog]  TG: 1904  T

  LAW ENFORCEMENT: County Sheriff Station 24 on 1-DC-1  TG: 304  T

American Medical Response (AMR Ambulance)

  Operations – Victorville  [PL 173.8]  155.2800  S

  Operations – Barstow  [PL 179.9]  463.0125

  Operations – San Bernardino County West – ALS  [PL 167.9]  155.2200

  Operations – San Bernardino County West – BLS  [DPL 243]  154.3625 R

  6  Redlands Operations  [Analog]  TG: 5200  T

  6  Rancho Cucamonga Operations  [Analog]  TG: 5328  T

Alta Loma See Rancho Cucamonga

Angeles Oaks Fire: County Fire 8-FIRE-1  [Analog]  TG: 1904  T

Apple Valley Fire: See Regional Fire Protection Authority Radio System

Baker FIRE: D-FIRE-4  Parker / Mountain Pass / Ridge  [DPL 131]  868.4125 R

  LAW ENFORCEMENT: County Sheriff Station 8

Baldwin Lake Fire Department  155.1750  S

Barstow Fire Department – See Regional Fire Protection Authority Radio System

Barstow Police Department  2-BAPD-1  Dispatch  [Analog]  TG: 17200  T

Bear Valley Ambulance (Big Bear)  8-BRVAMB  Operations  [Analog]  TG: 5392  T

Big Bear FIRE: See Regional Fire Protection Authority Radio System +  154.1900 S

  Law Enforcement: County Sheriff Station 6 on 8-MTN-2  TG: 336  T

Big Bear Lake

  Lake Patrol – “Water Base”  155.8350

  FIRE: See Regional Fire Protection Authority Radio System +  154.1900 S

  LAW ENFORCEMENT: County Sheriff Station 16 on 8-MTN-2  TG: 336  T

Bloomington  FIRE: Central Valley FPD on 6-FIRE-2  [Analog]  TG: 1936  T

  LAW ENFORCEMENT: County Sheriff Station 3 on 6-WVC-2  TG: 336  T

Cajon Pass FIRE on D-FIRE-3  Havasu / Baker / Lytle  [DPL 131]  868.1375  R

Central Valley Fire Protection District 6-FIRE-1  [Analog]  TG: 1904  T

Chino Fire Currently on 6-FIRE-1, may return to Ontario Fire radio  TG: 1904  T

Chino Police Department  9-Chino-1  Blue 1 – Dispatch  [Analog]  TG: 4304  T

Chino Hills Law Enforcement: County Sheriff Sta 22 on 6-WVC-2  TG: 336  T

Colton Fire: County Fire on 6-FIRE-2  [Analog]  TG: 1936  T

Colton Police  8-Colton-1  Dispatch  [Analog]  TG: 16432  T

Creekside See Ontario

Crest Forest Fire Protection District   Ch1  Dispatched by CDF on BDU L-1 – Local 1 – West  151.4450 R

Cucamonga – See Rancho Cucamonga

Daggett FIRE: See Regional Fire Protection Authority Radio System

  LAW ENFORCEMENT: County Sheriff Station 8 on 2-DC-1  TG: 304  T

Del Rosa See San Bernardino city

Devore FIRE: County Fire on 6-FIRE-2  [Analog]  TG: 1936  T

  LAW ENFORCEMENT: County Sheriff Station 1 on 7-EVC-1  TG: 464  T

Etiwanda See Rancho Cucamonga

Fontana Fire Services: Central Valley FPD on 6-FIRE-1  [Analog]  TG: 1904  T

Fontana Police Department  6-Fon-1  Dispatch  [Analog]  TG: 1008  T

Forest Falls Fire Services: County Fire on 8-FIRE-1  [Analog]  TG: 1904  T

Grand Terrace   FIRE: 6-FIRE-2  [Analog]  TG: 1936  T

  LAW ENFORCEMENT – Sheriff Station 12 on 7-EVC-1  TG: 464  T

Guasti See Ontario

Hesperia LAW ENFORCEMENT: County Sheriff Station 19 on 1-DC-4  TG: 496  T

Hesperia Fire: Disbanded. Now served and dispatched by San Bernardino County Fire

Highland LAW ENFORCEMENT: County Sheriff Station 13 on 7-EVC-1  TG: 464  T

Highland Fire Department  Ch1  Dispatched by CDF on BDU L-1 – Local 1 – West  151.4450 R

Hinkley FIRE: 2-FIRE-1

  LAW ENFORCEMENT: County Sheriff Station 7 on 2-DC-1  TG: 304

Lake Arrowhead   FIRE: 8-FIRE-1  [Analog]  TG: 1904  T

  LAW ENFORCEMENT: County Sheriff Station 5 on 8-MTN-1  TG: 304

  Arrowhead Lake Association – Lake Patrol  155.1600  S

Loma Linda Fire: 6-FIRE-2  [Analog]  TG: 1936  T

Loma Linda Law Enforcement: Sheriff Station 15 on 7-EVC-1  TG: 464  T

Lucerne Valley   FIRE: 3-FIRE-1  [Analog]  TG: 1904  T

  LAW ENFORCEMENT: County Sheriff Station 27 on 3-DC-1  TG: 304  T

Montclair Fire: See Ontario Fire Department Radio

Montclair Police Department  9-Mont-1  Dispatch  [Analog]  TG: 4240  T

Morongo Basin Ambulance   4-MB AMB  Operations  TG: 5136  T

Mount Baldy    LAW ENFORCEMENT: County Sheriff Station 2 on 6-WVC-2  TG: 336  T

Mount Baldy Volunteer Fire Department  Dispatched by San Bernardino County Fire  151.1450  R

Needles   FIRE: 5-FIRE-1  [Analog]  TG: 1904  T

  LAW ENFORCEMENT: County Sheriff Station 21 on 5-DC-1  TG: 304  T

Newberry Springs   FIRE: See Regional Fire Protection Authority Radio System

  LAW ENFORCEMENT: County Sheriff Station 8 on 2-DC-1  TG: 304  T

 

See the Southern California Frequency Directory for many local frequencies not listed here, and much more detailed information, including frequencies, trunked talkgroups and fleetmaps, radio codes (10 codes), background information, PL tones (CTCSS tones), beat maps, zone maps, district maps and more.

 

Ontario Fire Dispatch (Multi-agency)

Note: Ontario Fire dispatches for Chino, Montclair, Upland, and Rancho Cucamonga

  9-FIRDISP  Dispatch (Multicast Dispatches: 154.025)  [Analog]  TG: 1904  T

  9-FTAC-1  Tactical 1 – Countywide  [Analog]  TG: 1968  T

  9-FTAC-2  Tactical 2 – Countywide  [Analog]  TG: 2000  T

  9-FCMD-1  Command 1  [Analog]  TG: 2096  T

  9-FCMD-2  Command 2  [Analog]  TG: 2128  T

  9-CHINO-1 Chino – Tactical 1  [Analog]  TG: 2384  T

  9-CHINO-2 Chino – Tactical 2  [Analog]  TG: 2544  T

  9-CHINO-3 Chino – Hazardous Materials  [Analog]  TG: 2864  T

  9-MTCL-1  Montclair – Tactical 1  [Analog]  TG: 2320  T

  9-MTCL-2  Montclair – Tactical 2  [Analog]  TG: 2480  T

  9-MTCL-3  Montclair – Hazardous Materials  [Analog]  TG: 2800  T

  9-MTCL-4  Montclair – Administration  [Analog]  TG: 2640  T

  9-ONT-1  Ontario – Tactical 1  [Analog]  TG: 2288  T

  9-ONT-2  Ontario – Tactical 2  [Analog]  TG: 2448  T

  9-ONT-3  Ontario – Hazardous Materials  [Analog]  TG: 2768  T

  9-RCMG-1  Rancho Cucamonga – Tactical 1  [Analog]  TG: 2416  T

  9-RCMG-2  Rancho Cucamonga – Tactical 2  [Analog]  TG: 2576  T

  9-RCMG-3  Rancho Cucamonga – Hazardous Materials  [Analog]  TG: 2896  T

  9-RCMG-4  Rancho Cucamonga – Administration  [Analog]  TG: 2736  T

  9-UPLD-1  Upland – Tactical 1  [Analog]  TG: 2352  T

  9-UPLD-2  Upland – Tactical 2  [Analog]  TG: 2512  T

  9-UPLD-3  Upland – Hazardous Materials  [Analog]  TG: 2832  T

  9-UPLD-4  Upland – Administration  [Analog]  TG: 2672  T

  Old – Blue Dispatch (Dispatch Patch / Tone outs)  [PL 103.5]  154.0250 S

 

Ontario Police Department  9-Ont-1  Dispatch – Primary  [Analog]  TG: 4208  T

Rancho Cucamonga   LAW ENFORCEMENT: County Sheriff Station 11 on 6-WVC-1  TG: 304  T

Rancho Cucamonga Fire: See Ontario Fire Department Radio

Redlands Fire Department: 6-FIRE-2  [Analog]  TG: 1936  T

Redlands Police Department  7-RedPD-1 Dispatch  [Analog]  TG: 16688  T

 

Regional Fire Protection Authority

  Trunked Radio System (“RF”) – EDACS Analog

  Victorville Area (Quartzite Mountain) – LCN 1  861.1375  T

  Victorville Area (Quartzite Mountain) – LCN 2  862.1375  T

  Victorville Area (Quartzite Mountain) – LCN 3  863.1375  T

  Victorville Area (Quartzite Mountain) – LCN 4  864.1375  T

  Victorville Area (Quartzite Mountain) – LCN 5  865.1375  T

  Victorville Area (Quartzite Mountain) – LCN 6  856.4750  T

  Victorville Area (Quartzite Mountain) – LCN 7  857.4750  T

  Victorville Area (Quartzite Mountain) – LCN 8  858.2250  T

  Barstow Area (Flash II Mountain) – LCN 1  856.9500  T

  Barstow Area (Flash II Mountain) – LCN 2  859.2250  T

  Barstow Area (Flash II Mountain) – LCN 3  860.2250  T

  Barstow Area (Flash II Mountain) – LCN 4  860.9500  T

 

  DESCOM – Desert Communications – Fire Talkgroups (EDACS System Above)

Regional Fire Protection Authority DESCOM dispatches Barstow, Victorville, Hesperia, Apple Valley, Newberry Springs, Yerm, & Dagget Fire Departments on the talkgroups below, as well as Big Bear Lake and Big Bear City FD on 154.205 or 154.190.

  DC1  Response  [Analog]  TG: 513  RF

  DC2  Response – Barstow Fire  [Analog]  TG: 514  RF

  DC3  [Analog]  TG: 515  RF

  DC4  [Analog]  TG: 516  RF

  DC5  [Analog]  TG: 517  RF

  DC6  Dispatch – Incident Alert Tones  [Analog]  TG: 518  RF

  TAC 1  Tactical  [Analog]  TG: 519  RF

  TAC 2  Tactical  [Analog]  TG: 520  RF

  TAC 3  Tactical  [Analog]  TG: 521  RF

  Gray  Dispatch VHF Simulcast  154.2050  S

  Yellow  Barstow Fire – Pagers  154.0700  S

 

Rialto Fire 6-FIRE-2  [Analog]  TG: 1936  T

Rialto Police Department

Note: As of publication date, beginning a transition to contract service from SB County Sheriff

  6-Rlto-1  Dispatch  [Analog]  TG: 16944  T

Running Springs Fire Department  Ch1  Dispatched by CDF on BDU L-1 – Local 1 – West  151.4450 R

San Antonio Heights   FIRE: 6-FIRE-1  [Analog]  TG: 1904  T

  LAW ENFORCEMENT: County Sheriff Station 2 on 6-WVC-2  TG: 336  T

San Bernardino (City) Fire Department

10-ALERT  Dispatches  [Analog]  TG: 22896  T

10-SBFD-1  Response – Primary  [Analog]  TG: 22384  T

10-SBFD-2  Response – Secondary  [Analog]  TG: 22416  T

San Bernardino (City) Police Department

10-SBPD-1  Dispatch Primary  [Analog]  TG: 20784  T

See the Southern California Frequency Directory for many local frequencies not listed here, and much more detailed information, including frequencies, trunked talkgroups and fleetmaps, radio codes (10 codes), background information, PL tones (CTCSS tones), beat maps, zone maps, district maps and more.

San Bernardino County Fire Department

Note: Most SBCFD Talkgroups are accessible from all towers; Primary towers shown here

The San Bernardino County Fire Department “Confire” Communications Center, better known as CommCenter, is a multi agency emergency dispatch center limited to Fire/EMS agencies. Full member agencies of CONFIRE are San Bernardino County Fire Department, Colton Fire Department, Loma Linda Fire Department, Redlands Fire Department, and the Rialto Fire Department. Agencies currently contracting for dispatch services with CONFIRE are Running Springs Fire District, Twentynine Palms Fire Department, and the Chino Valley Independent Fire District. CommCenter also provides after hour dispatch services for local government services agencies.

 

  1-FIRE-1  Dispatch  [Analog]  TG: 1904  T

  2-FIRE-1  Dispatch  [Analog]  TG: 1904  T

  3-FIRE-1  Dispatch  [Analog]  TG: 1904  T

  4-FIRE-1  Dispatch  [Analog]  TG: 1904  T

  5-FIRE-1  Dispatch  [Analog]  TG: 1904  T

 

  6-FIRE-1  Response – Central Valley (Simulcast to 151.145)  [Analog]  TG: 1904 T

  6-FIRE-2  Dispatch – Valley (Simulcast to 154.190)  [Analog]  TG: 1936  T

  6-FIRE-3  Response – East Valley  [Analog]  TG: 1968  T

  6-FIRE-4  Patch – Desert / Wrightwood  [Analog]  TG: 2000  T

 

  8-FIRE-1  Dispatch  [Analog]  TG: 1904  T

  8-FIRE-2  Dispatch – Big Bear Lake (Simulcast to 154.190)  [Analog]  TG: 1936 T

  8-FIRE-3  Dispatch  [Analog]  TG: 1968  T

  8-FIRE-4  Dispatch – Wrightwood / Mountain  [Analog]  TG: 2000  T

 

  County 1  VHF Operations – West Valley – Link to 6-FIRE-2  [PL 103.5]  151.1450 R

  County 1  VHF Operations – Victor Valley – Link to 1-FIRE-1  [PL 167.9]  151.1450 R

  County 1  VHF Operations – Morongo Vly – Link to 4-FIRE-1  [PL 110.9]  151.1450 R

  County 2  VHF Operations – Mountain – Linked to 8-FIRE-1  [PL 167.9]  159.1200 R

  County 3  Future Use  151.1150

 

Group 1 – Local Fire

  Ch1  Blue – Valley (Simulcast of Ontario dispatches)  [PL 167.9]  154.0250 S

  Note: Dispatch Tones do not transmit 167.9 PL, but announcement does.

  Ch2  Brown – County Tactical  153.8300  S

  Ch3  Gray – Desert  [PL 167.9]  154.2050  S

  Ch4  Green – Valley  154.1900  S

  Ch5  Orange – San Bernardino City  154.3850  S

  Ch6  Red – County Tactical  154.3250  S

  Ch7  Yellow – Desert  [PL 167.9]  154.0700  S

 

Group 2 – California Department of Forestry (CDF) Local

  Ch1  BDU L-1 – San Bernardino Unit – Local 1 – West  151.4450 R

  Ch2  BDU L-2 – San Bernardino Unit – Local 2 – East  151.3250 R

 

San Bernardino County Sheriff

  1-DC-1  Dispatch – Stations 7, 18, 26 (Adelanto)  [Analog]  TG: 304  T

  1-DTAC-1  Tactical – Stations 7, 18, 26 (Adelanto)  [Analog]  TG: 336  T

  1-DC-2  Dispatch – Station 17  [Analog]  TG: 368  T

  1-DTAC-2  Tactical – Station 17  [Analog]  TG: 400  T

  1-DC-4  Dispatch – Station 19  [Analog]  TG: 496  T

  1-DTAC-4  Tactical – Station 19  [Analog]  TG: 528  T

  2-DC-1  Dispatch – Barstow (Station 8)  [Analog]  TG: 304  T

  2-DTAC-1  Tactical – Barstow (Station 8)  [Analog]  TG: 336  T

  3-DC-1  Dispatch – Lucerne Valley (Station 27)  [Analog]  TG: 304  T

  3-DTAC-1  Tactical – Lucerne Valley (Station 27)  [Analog]  TG: 336  T

  4-DC-1  Dispatch – Morongo Basin (Station 9)  [Analog]  TG: 304  T

  4-DTAC-1  Tactical – Morongo Basin (Station 9)  [Analog]  TG: 336  T

  4-DC-2  Dispatch – Twentynine Palms (Station 20)  [Analog]  TG: 368  T

  4-DTAC-2  Tactical – Twentynine Palms (Station 20)  [Analog]  TG: 400  T

  4-DC-3  Dispatch – Yucca Valley (Station 23)  [Analog]  TG: 432  T

  4-DTAC-3  Tactical – Yucca Valley (Station 23)  [Analog]  TG: 464  T

  8-MTN-1  Dispatch – Twin Peaks (Station 5)  [Analog]  TG: 304  T

  8-MTN-2  Dispatch – Big Bear City (Station 6) & Big Bear Lake (16)  TG: 336  T

  8-MTAC-1  Tactical – Twin Peak (Station 5)  [Analog]  TG: 624  T

  8-MTAC-2  Tactical – Big Bear City (Station 6) & Big Bear Lake (16)  TG: 656  T

 

  West Valley Cities (May also uses System 12 as needed)

  6-WVC-1  Dispatch – Rancho Cucamonga (Station 11)  [Analog]  TG: 304  T

  6-WVC-2  Dispatch – Chino (Station 2) & Fontana (Station 3)  TG: 336  T

 

  East Valley Cities (May also uses System 12 as needed)

  7-EVC-1  Dispatch – Grand Terrace (12) Highland (13) Loma Linda (15)  TG: 464  T

  7-EVC-2  Dispatch – Yucaipa (Station 4)  [Analog]  TG: 496  T

  7-EVC-3  Dispatch – East Valley Cities Backup  [Analog]  TG: 528  T

 

 

Twentynine Palms   FIRE: 4-FIRE-1  [Analog]  TG: 1904  T

  LAW ENFORCEMENT: County Sheriff Station 20 on 4-DC-1  TG: 304  T

Upland Fire Department: See Ontario Fire Department Radio

Upland Police Department  9-UPLD-1  Blue 1 – Dispatch  [Analog]  TG: 4272  T

Verdemont See San Bernardino city

Victorville  FIRE: See Regional Fire Protection Authority Radio System

  LAW ENFORCEMENT: County Sheriff Station 17 on 1-DC-1  TG: 304  T

Wrightwood   FIRE: 1-FIRE-1  [Analog]  TG: 1904  T

  LAW ENFORCEMENT: County Sheriff Station 26 on 1-DC-1  TG: 304  T

Yermo FIRE: See Regional Fire Protection Authority Radio System

  LAW ENFORCEMENT: County Sheriff Station 8 on 2-DC-1  TG: 304  T

Yucaipa   LAW ENFORCEMENT: County Sheriff Station 14 on 7-EVC-2  TG: 496  T

Yucaipa Fire Department

  Ch1  Dispatched by CDF on BDU L-1 – Local 1 – West  151.4450 R

See the Southern California Frequency Directory for many local frequencies not listed here, and much more detailed information, including frequencies, trunked talkgroups and fleetmaps, radio codes (10 codes), background information, PL tones (CTCSS tones), beat maps, zone maps, district maps and more.

Miscellaneous / Airports / Amateur Radio

Federal Government / Hotels & Country Clubs / Industries & Manufacturing

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

See the Southern California Frequency Directory for many local frequencies not listed here, and much more detailed information, including frequencies, trunked talkgroups and fleetmaps, radio codes (10 codes), background information, PL tones (CTCSS tones), beat maps, zone maps, district maps and more.



 
 

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