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Southwest Frequency Directory

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Yavapai County, Arizona

Scanner Frequencies & Information (Short Sample)

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

 

 

 

Arizona Department of Public Safety

  D12  District 12 - Yavapai County  [PL 100.0]  460.4250  465.4250

Ashfork Fire Department  155.9050  Simplex

  Dispatch Repeater  [PL 167.9]  154.0250  158.8800

Bagdad Fire Department 

  Note:  Ambulance in Bagdad is Lifeline Ambulance

  Operations Simplex  [PL 85.4]  153.0200  Simplex

  Operations Simplex  [PL 85.4]  153.0950  Simplex

Black Canyon City Fire District

  Dispatch / Operations  [PL 192.8]  155.7450  150.8050

Bumblebee Fire Services

  Served by Mayer Fire District

Camp Verde Clinic Association 

  Primary Operations  [PL 136.5]  155.2050  Simplex

Camp Verde Fire District

  Note:  Dispatched by Sedona Fire

Camp Verde Marshal’s Office

  Note:  May use encryption system at times

  Dispatch Repeater (Squaw Pk)  [PL 136.5]  158.7900  153.8450

Canyon Rescue Unit 

  Black Canyon  155.3400  Simplex

Central Yavapai Fire District

  * See Prescott Regional Communications Center

Chino Valley Fire Department 

  * See Prescott Regional Communications Center

Chino Valley Police Department 

  Dispatch & Operations  [PL 146.2]  155.7600  158.9550

Clarkdale Fire Department

  Dispatched by Sedona FD

Clarkdale Police Department  155.8650  Simplex

Congress Fire Department  [PL 94.8]  154.2350  150.7750

Cordes Junction Fire Services

  Served by Mayer Fire District

Cornville Page Springs Fire District (Camp Verde Area)

  Note:  Merged into Verde Valley Fire District

Cottonwood Fire Department  [PL 136.5]  154.2500  Simplex

  Note:  Dispatched on Verde Valley FD Channel

Cottonwood Police Department  155.3700  Simplex

  Dispatch / Operations Rptr.  [PL 136.5]  154.8750  155.4150

Crown King Fire District  154.2050  Simplex

  Dispatch & Operations Repeater  155.9550  153.7550

Dewey Fire Services

  See Central Yavapai Fire

Groom Creek Fire District  154.1300  153.7700

  * See Prescott Regional Communications Center

Guardian Medical Transport  

  Ground Ambulance Dispatch  [PL 131.8]  155.7900  154.7550

  Air Medical Operations  [PL 100.0]  152.2850  157.5450

Hootenanny Holler Area Public Safety

  Fire: Williamson Valley FD

  Law Enforcement: Yavapai County Sheriff

Humboldt Fire Services

  See Central Yavapai Fire

Iron Springs Fire Services

  See Prescott Fire Department

Jerome Fire Department 

  Dispatched by Sedona FD

Jerome Police Department (Dispatched by Cottonwood)

  Dispatch / Operations Rptr.  [PL 136.5]  154.8750  155.4150

Jerome Town Government  155.7750  Simplex

Kaibab Estates West Fire District

  Note:  See Coconino County section

Mayer Fire Department 

  Note:  Dispatched by Sedona FD

LifeLine Ambulance Company

  Note:  All LifeLine Operations repeaters simulcast all traffic.

  Operations – Mt Francis Rptr  [PL 146.2]  152.3450  157.6050

  Operations – Mingus Mtn Rptr  [PL 146.2]  160.1700  157.6050

  Operations – Yarnell Hill Rptr  [PL 146.2]  159.5500  Repeater

  Operations – Williams/Bagdad  [PL 146.2]  152.4050  157.6650

Montezuma Rimrock Fire District 

  Note:  Dispatched by Sedona Fire

Native Air Ambulance

  See Native Air consolidated listing in Maricopa County

Oak Creek Fire Services

  See Sedona Fire District

Paulden Fire Department 

  Note:  Merged into Chino Valley FD

Peeples Valley Fire District  [PL 107.2]  151.2650  158.8800

  See Yarnell FD & Southern Yavapai Fire Department

Pinewood Fire Department

  Note:  Dispatched by Sedona FD

Prescott Fire Department 

  See Prescott Regional Fire Communication Center

Prescott Police Department 

  Ch2  Dispatch / Operations  [PL 146.2]  154.8000  155.7300

Prescott Regional Fire Comm. Center - “Alarm”

  Located in Basement of PFD Station 72 (1700 Iron Springs Rd)

  Dispatches for: Prescott, Central Yavapai, Groom Creek, Chino

  Valley, Mayer, Black Canyon City.

  Ch1  Dispatch / Operations Repeater [PL 146.2]  154.1600  154.4150

Prescott Valley Fire Services

  See Central Yavapai Fire District

Prescott Valley Police Department 

  Ch1  Dispatch / Operations Repeater [PL 146.2]  155.8950  158.8650

Red Rock Fire Services

  See Sedona Fire District

Sedona Police Department

  Ch1  Dispatch / Operations  [PL 136.5]  158.7600  156.0450

Sedona Fire District

Sedona / Verde Valley / Pinewood Consolidated Radio System

  Note:  Sedona FD Dispatches many area FD’s on shared radio system

  Note:  North Area is Sedona & Pinewood

  West Area is Verde Valley, Cottonwood, Clarkdale, Jerome

  South Area is Camp Verde & Montezuma Rimrock

  Ch1  Dispatch – Area wide  [PL 136.5]  154.0100  Simplex

Seligman Fire District

  Dispatch / Operations Repeater [PL 146.2]  154.4150  153.8300

Skull Valley Fire Department  [PL 94.8]  154.0325  158.8425

Southern Yavapai Fire Department 

  Kirkland Area  [PL 162.2]  154.4450  Simplex

  Dispatch / Operations Rptr.  [PL 123.0]  154.4450  153.8900

Spring Valley Fire Services

  Served by Mayer Fire District

Spruce Mountain Fire Department 

  Note:  Merged into Groom Creek Fire District

Verde Valley Fire District (Camp Verde Area)

  Note:  Verde Rural FD Merged with Cornville Page Springs FD.

  Current name is Verde Valley FD. Dispatched by Sedona FD.

Walker Fire Protection Assoc.

  Operations Repeater  [PL 88.5]  151.1150  158.8050

Wilhoit Fire Services

  See Southern Yavapai Fire Department

Williamson Valley Fire District

  Ch1  Dispatch / Operations  [PL 146.2]  154.4300  150.8050

Yarnell Fire Department  [PL 162.2]  155.6550  158.8200

  Also Dispatches Peeples Valley Fire District

Yavapai Apache Indian Tribe Fire Department 

  Ch1  Fire Department Dispatch  [PL 136.5]  154.1900  Simplex

Yavapai Apache Indian Police Department

  Note:  Dispatched on Camp Verde Marshall frequency outside C.V.

  Dispatched on YCSO 154.725 outside Prescott

Yavapai Community College Police  155.0700  Simplex

  Operations Repeater  158.7625  153.8075

Yavapai County Sheriff's Department 

  Ch1  Mingus Mtn. Rptr. (Jerome)  [PL 136.5]  154.7400  155.5950

  Areas 4, 5, 6, 7

  Ch2  Spruce Mtn. Rptr. (Prescott)  [PL 136.5]  154.7250  155.5800

  Areas 3, 8, 9

  Ch3  Weeks Ranch Rptr. (Hillside)  [PL 114.8]  155.7150  153.7850

  Areas 4, 5, 6, 7

  Ch4  Highline / Juniper Mtn.  [PL 136.5]  158.9550  155.4600

  Area 5 - Seligman

  Ch5  Black Canyon City  [PL 114.8]  154.7400  Simplex

Yavapai County Sheriff Jeep Posse  039.1000  Simplex

Yavapai Prescott Indian Tribe (Prescott Area)

  Note:  Police use Yavapai County Sheriff radio

See the Southwest 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 Southwest 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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