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PARTICIPANTS MUST CONSULT THIS PAGE FOR PLAN UPDATES,    AFTER ACTION REPORTS (FIRES, LOST PERSON SEARCH, POWER OUTAGES, SNOW STORMS, ...); PRACTICE NETS, DRILLS,   ETC..

Prior reports and after action:   Current Page     004  003   002  001

CURRENT REPORTS / AFTER ACTION ARE BELOW.

SER  SYSTEM FOCUS IS THE SHINGLETOWN CORE  WHICH INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING ACTIVE AND PARTICIPATING AREAS:  VILLAGE;    LONG HOLLOW;    MIDWAY;    REST AREA (ham);    STARLITE (ham).  The Emergency Radio Operations Center TEAM approach in use (adopted 1/27/2022).

Volunteers are critical in order for this to work.  The CORE volunteers are doing a great job! 

ANYONE CAN LISTEN (ASSUMING YOU ARE IN RANGE WITH GOOD PROPAGATION) TO:  CH 9;   CH 10 - 146.760  AND/OR   CH 13 - 146.505.  JUST PROGRAM YOUR RADIO(s)  WITH NO TONES, NO OFFSET AND NO TX. 

IT IS ONLY EROC TEAM RADIOS THAT ARE PROGRAMMED FOR OPERATIONAL REPORTING (TX AND RX). (9/2/2023).

 

2024  07  11

1900 hours   

Report of Net Operations  -  SERCAP

Total Net Time:     12  minutes

Net

Infrastructure

 

AGENDA > 

 SITUATION REPORT (FMT  T9M or T9A);

QWA PROCEDURE

Control

B1

Areas Reporting

# RPTS

Stns Reporting

Fire Control

 

Back Up

F1

   Village             DIV  3 N

16

VL:      F1  F7  B1  I1  S1 S2  L3  L4  F8  F2  F14  S6  S7  S3  B6  G7

55 Silent

 

Shingletown/Pioneer Pizza

 

VL:  

  55 Relay (RPTR)

F1

Midway          DIV 2 N

4

 

58 Silent

 

Long Hollow  DIV 3 N

0

 

  58 Relay

 

Rest Area       DIV 3 N

0

Ham:  

160 TC

F1

Starlite           DIV 4 N

1

Ham:   KJ    

Mapping

F1

Wilson Hill       DIV 3 S  CH 55

1

Ham:  SWE

Cal Fire 20

F7

Battle Creek      DIV 4 N

0

Ham:  ZUX

   

TOTAL STNS REPORTING AND PARTICIPATING IN THIS NET   AND ANY  DRILLS          >    (A)

Note: There are additional VL stations (approx 33+) that don’t report. They have ability to listen to EROC 9.

22

Reports            22 CK INS / RPTS

DRILL RPTS -  00 TACTICALS     

TOTAL      22

Triangulation

 

 

 

 

COMPARE ABOVE # OF STATIONS REPORTING TO THE CURRENT ROSTER OF

ESSENTIAL RADIO ALERTING AND RESPONSE TEAM STATIONS

         ***    >     (B)

 

 

 

 

27

CURRENT ROSTER OF

 ESSENTIAL RADIO ALERTING AND RESPONSE TEAM STATIONS:

 VL:    20  -  B1  B7  B6  E4  F1  F7  F2  F8  F14  G7  I1  L3  L4  L9  L10  S1  S2  S3  S6  S7   

LH:     1- LH1

MW:   4 – MW 1, 2, 3, 4

RA:    0

 SL:    1  (Ham)    KJ

WH:   1  (Ham)   SWE

BC:      (Ham) 

Flight Radar

 

 

___Camera

 

Drill 911 Relay

 

PERCENT REPORTING

81. %

(A)  DIVIDED BY  (B)

CONTROL SUMMARY:            

All Stations and Areas reporting:  QXA AND QWA NO EXCEPTIONS

CONTROL RECOMMENDATION: 

NO ACTION                                                            

 

AFTER ACTION:   

- F1 started as Control, then B1 took over as Control. Very smooth transition.

 *** ESSENTIAL RADIO ALERTING AND RESPONSE TEAM STATIONS  (current monthly list). To achieve this designation, a VOLUNTEER station must have  up to date radios and be   CURRENTLY AND CONSISTENTLY  RESPONDING TO ALERTS  AND  ACTIVATIONS ;  ISSUING ALERTS AND ACTIVATIONS;   AND PROVIDING REPORTS  DURING RADIO OPERATIONS.

 We need more stations to achieve this designation so that in the case of emergency, we have enough volunteer skilled radio operators to conduct necessary emergency radio operations (e.g., FIRE NETS for forest fires, smoke checks, 911 relays, etc…).

Those Areas / Neighborhoods providing such radio operators are the focus of the SERCAP system.

 

2024 07 11 – Frontier Land Line Failure – NO DIAL TONE

IMPACT:  NO ABILITY TO DIAL 911; NO REVERSE 911; Village Water Company uses Frontier for its Emergency Notification System and such system rendered non operational; ...

 FAILURE  DETECTED AT 0850 HOURS

 

CONCLUSION:  AREA OUTAGE LIMITED TO VILLAGE

ACTION:  FRONTIER WAS AT STAR LITE STATION WORKING ON UNRELATED MATTER.  HEARD OUR RADIO REPORT AND WILL INVESTIGATE.

 

REPORTS:  (using  EROC 9 AND CH 55)

VILLAGE:  F1  F7  S3  I1  B1  S1  S2 

NO DIAL TONE

 

 

 

 

MIDWAY:  MW3  MW2

 

OPERATIONAL

LONGHOLLOW

 

OPERATIONAL

STAR LITE

 

OPERATIONAL

BATTLE CREEK

 

OPERATIONAL

 

 

 

WILSON HILL

NO REPORT

NO REPORT

 

 

 

RESOLUTION:  SERVICE RESTORED TO VL AT 1019 HOURS (2024 07 11)

PER REPORTS:  VL:    F1   S3   I1  

NOTE: Frontier does NOT receive notifications of outages except by people calling in (so only those with another type of service can contact Frontier).  The Company that actually services our Area is NOT Frontier. The company (under contract with Frontier) that actually services our area refused to provide a contact number and advised (per repair person) to call Frontier. In this regard, Frontier will not acknowledge an Area Outage unless they receive at least 6 or more calls (per prior contact with Frontier).

 

1024  07 10 ALERT FM – INFORMATION

Attempted to program 2 units which did not receive recent ALERT FM test.

Problem #1:  When entered latitude / longitude information into the units, each one appeared to retain the information. 

                 HOWEVER, when each unit was disconnected from AC (house power) and the Battery removed (simulating power outage and dead battery) the latitude / longitude information (necessary for alerting) DISAPPEARED FROM EACH UNITS MEMORY upon reconnecting to AC and putting in battery.

                 Another unit tested did not appear to have the above problem.

 ALERT FM advised that such appeared to be an anomaly and is sending out replacement units to the specific people involved.

 Problem #2:  It was reported that a family subject to Evacuations during the recent DERSCH Fire did NOT receive any ALERT FM notification. Reason is not known.

 ACTION:  IF ANY RADIO OPERATOR RECEIVES AN ALERT FM NOTIFICATION, PLEASE TRANSMIT IT OUT ON EROC 9 AND EROC 55 EXACTLY AS RECEIVED.  THIS WAY WE INCREASE THE PROBABILITY OF PEOPLE RECEIVING ALERTS (AT LEAST FOR PEOPLE WHO HAVE THEIR RADIOS ON AND MONITORING).

 

 

2024 07 09 Scheduled trip to Latour for maintenance / repairs cancelled. No Cal Fire representatives available due to fires. We will reschedule for another date.
2024 07 08  0831 hours Cal Fire Tone out - unknown fire - Broke Off Meadows Rd just past Bailey Creek Bridge. Cal Fire responding  TAC 12. Internet resource New Incident Map  (7/2024) showed initial area of 40.508707  -121.727842. (here) which was South East of Christian Camp in Viola.  This initial posting not correct. It was the other Camp off of Long Hay Flat Rd.  SER   Information Advisory issued on EROC 9 and Ch 10.  Internet wind out of NE 2 kts.  Cal Fire radio traffic - multiple reports fire behind camp. Cal fire unable to locate. .. check A line ... Engines also staged at Millville Plains Rd and 44 ...  S6 reported possible smoke cloud on Inskip Camera. Air resources in route  / Dozer staging Long Hay Flat.  Cal fire also going onto Long Hay Flat Rd to determine if fire at other Camp.  Flight Radar shows derived estimated lat long of 40.4937  -121.768  (here) which is Westerly from initial reported position. Fire actually about 2 miles south of highway 44 off Long Hay Flat.   Inskip Camera smoke col visible  bearing  42.81 deg True. Column getting larger (here).  0904 hours fire behind church camp 1/4 acre slow rate of spread. ... approx  0915 hours  hose lay around fire .. smoke col significantly reduced. ... Air resources have been cancelled ....  SER advisory deactivated / continued silent monitoring.  0930 hours Cal Fire commitment of resources  1 (one) hour. Subsequently, the New Incident Map was revised to show the correct location (here).

Stations assisting  / responding:  S6  S1  F1  I1 F7.

After Action:  lat/long and initial reports may be based upon initial reports Cal Fire received which may not be accurate.  Viewing multiple resources and radio reports is needed to determine actual location and facts. In several cases, Cal Fire has to work to find the actual location.  If you see a fire and call it in, try to be as accurate as possible as to your location and direction to fire.

2024 07 06 Starlite Area - Frontier Internet failure. Frontier text advises they are working on it.

As of 1955 hours  Starlite (KJ) advised via land line Frontier Internet now working in Starlite.

2024 07 06   1122 hours Cal fire tone out - vegetation fire in Area of 7662 Longhay Flat Road.  Incident:  Hay Incident.  approx   40.505476   -121.739965 (per  New Incident Map  SIMPLE  (7/2024)   Cal fire Responding.  SER Advisory on EROC 9 and  Eroc 10.  1132 hours - Engine in Area - nothing showing. ... Resources staged at Long hay Flat ... Fire located behind house and tractor is working fire ... 1140 hours canceling response. Out by locals.  1140 hours SER advisory deactivated.  K6JGA came on frequency and advised available if needed. S6 initially advised on EROC 9 of fire. Thank you.

F1  K6PDS

2024 07 06 Power outage in Manaton Area but area impacted has been reduced  Images HERE  and    HERE
2024 07 05 Large Power outage Manton area.   Images HERE  and   HERE
2024 07 04  - Cal fire tone out - vegetation fire  Dersch & Scharsch Rd.  Incident:  Frey Incident.  in area  40.494374  -122.049480.  Eagles Nest Camera View - smoke visible. Cal Fire responding.    Appr. 4.25 miles West of Midway Area. 7.46 miles westerly of Village. CDF TAC 12. SER Advisory activated.

1223  hours   ... 1228 hours Vegetation fire. Eagles Nets Camera View - Smoke visible. Internet winds out of SW 5 Kt. 

1235 hours per air attack 3 ACRES North side of Dersch.  Moderate Rate of Spread. 

1236 hours Grass / Brush 2-3 acres mod rate of spread. North side of Dersch per Air Attack.  

1243 hours  hose lay in process 

1249 hours winds out of SW 5 kt. more assets arriving. Camera view - smoke reduced. Internet winds out of SW 5 KT.

1251 hours  lat / long derived flight radar   -122.040   40.49.    Acres   5;  Air assets over scene.

1300 hours: Eagles nest camera - smoke no longer visible. 5 acres. Hose lay still being doing; air assets over incident ground assets at scene; winds out of SW 5 kt.. 

1301 hours mop up / fire contained. Air attack released / no air assets over incident ...  

 1314 Hours SER Advisory Net deactivated.

Operators on frequency included:  Ai6D (REDDING); MW1  F14  M3 KB6BZL(S1)  B1 (WHO DID INITIAL TONE OUT)  K6PDS(F1)  F7.

2024 07 03   1305 hours detected Verizon Cell phone outage again.  As of 1735 hours still not working (F1). NOTE if set for wifi calling it will work, but only with wifi calling.

Earlier this morning issued QWI   recommendation that stations periodically conduct QWA procedure - report only as necessary ( RED Flag and high wind conditions...).

As of 2248 hours Verizon cell is now working

2024  07  03 - Cal Fire Dispatch 1230 hours Residential Fire Alarm 27500- highway 44 X  Dersch. SER Silent Monitoring activated.  IC = Camino IC; Tac 11 ... Cameras no view...  Internet Winds - Wind out of NW 8 kt... Cal Fire responding .. 1243 hours E22 nothing showing investigating .. reduce to code 2 ...  1244 hours .. Camino IC nothing found cancell all incoming ..  SER Silent monitoring deactiveated.
2024 07 02 Verizon Cell Phone outage (APPROX 1450 HOURS) (ON EROC 9):

Station / location                        Verizon Cell not working           Other Cells Working

VL:  F1  F7   F8                                       XX

                     F8                                                                               VERIZON OK with wifi calling

VL:  B1 B7  F8  S6  I1                                                                       AT&T

MW 3                                                                                              AT&T                        

LH1                                                                                                 VERIZON with wifi calling

SL KJ    (PER LL)                                                                           AT&T

approx 1945 hours VL: F1  F7 observed that Verizon Cell NOW WORKING.

 

2024 06  27 - Net cancelled due to Presidential debate.  Al  Stations please continue 24/7 scan.
2024 06  20  Check ins followed by QSY to Repeater for ability of stations to hear, then QSY back to EROC 9 for reports.  Net time 9 minutes. This was a Drill emergency frequency change with propagation reports for repeater use during a wildfire - e.g., evacuation reporting.

Check ins 13  (EROC 9).   (check ins and reports combined  TOTAL 25).

Check ins on EROC 9  VL:  F1  F7  S1  I1  L9  F2  F8  B1  B7  E4 (NO PROP RPT);  SL KJ;  MW3   LH1. ALL Q5 ON REPEATER EXCEPT:  L9  F2F8  MW1 (phone).

ALSO SL JF (HAM) - reported on phone Q5 for repeater; but EROC 9 no readable. He is raising his outside antenna to try to reach EROC 9.

We had 13 check ins  (EROC 9) and 12 stations that reported results of ability to hear the repeater (Ch 10).  This was to determine each stations ability to hear the repeater for an emergency. For example a mass evacuation due to wild fire for reporting road conditions (e.g., roads blocked b fire, roads that are moving ...)..

We had 3 stations that couldn't hear the repeater from their home QTH.  
Of those three stations,   one  (VL L9) had a hand held and followup after the net resulted in the recommendation that an outside antenna is needed due to the location and trees.
 
Of the other two, they both had outside antennas. Follow up later resulted in them having the ability to hear the repeater. Why such a situation existed one moment and not the next is not known.   One station (VL F2 F8) is going to raise his antenna another 3 feet higher above the roof line as there is a roof vent very close to the ground plane of the antenna.  As to the other station (MW 1) , it needs to be determined the type of outside antenna being used.
Tonight was a chance to practice changing frequencies and confirming the ability to hear the repeater.  During a wild fire is not the time to start learning.  Tonight exercise was very simple and easy and only 9 minutes.
Thank you to the 13 stations that helped out tonight.
If this is going to work we need more operators who actually participate and use their radios.

Remember the Maui Fires?  There was a whole bunch of ham equipment and radios sitting idle during the fire and evacuation while people died. But no body used the radios.
We need more stations to actively participate and use their radios.
The net tonight was 9 minutes. On the other hand, about 3 hours was spent today programming some radios, delivering them, prepping for the net, running the net and then following up after the net with stations to try to find out why some stations had problems.  
 
We have a resource and opportunity that other areas simply don't have. What we decide to make of it is up to all of us.  
 
What will be our excuse when a fire hits?
The more people that participate means there is more potential life saving information available during a fire. 

A few people can't do this by themselves. 
2024 06 14 - VL F1 removed high branches near area of  antenna.  Did radio testing during day and at about 1920 hours with SL  KJ - both times Q5 readability both ways with sold copy.  Need to test on subsequent days  to see if this helped and is not just a random event. 

2024 06 15  2030 hours - Q5 both ways between  SL KJ and VL F1. 

2024  06 13

1900 hours   

Report of Net Operations  -  SERCAP  (AMENDED)

Total Net Time:     9  minutes 

Net

Infrastructure

 

AGENDA > 

 

SITUATION REPORT (FMT  T9M or T9A);

QWA PROCEDURE

 

Control

F1

Areas Reporting

# RPTS

Stns Reporting

Fire Control

 

Back Up

 

   Village             DIV  3 N

10

VL:      F1  G7  F7  I1  S3  L3  L4  F2  F8  S2

55 Silent

 

   Shingletown/Pioneer Pizza

 

VL:  

  55 Relay (RPTR)

F1

   Midway          DIV 2 N

3

MW: 

58 Silent

 

   Long Hollow  DIV 3 N

1

LH:

  58 Relay

 

   Rest Area       DIV 3 N

0

Ham:  

160 TC

F1

   Starlite           DIV 4 N

1

Ham:    KJ - ATTEMPTED ON EROC 9 - BUT COMMS STILL BAD BETWEEN  F1 AND KJ ON EROC 9. (F1 WILL MOVE ANTENNA NORTH AND TRIIM MORE BRANCHES)

Mapping

Cal Fire 20

F1

F7

TOTAL STNS REPORTING AND PARTICIPATING IN NET   AND ANY  DRILLS         >    (A)

15

Reports            14 CK INS / RPTS  

                            1 FAILED ATTEMPT

DRILL RPTS -  00 TACTICALS     

TOTAL        15

Triangulation

 

COMPARE ABOVE STNS REPORTING TO THE TOTAL PARTICIPATING TEAM STATIONS ON ROSTER  WITH UP TO DATE RADIOS                 >     (B)

 

Note: There are additional VL stations (approx 33+) that don’t report. They have ability to listen to EROC 9.

 

 

 

28

PARTICIPATING TEAM STATIONS ON ROSTER  WITH UP TO DATE RADIOS, BY AREA:

VL:    22  -  B1  B7  B6  C6 E1  E4  F1  F7  F2  F8  F14  G7  I1  L3  L4  L9  L10  S1  S2  S3  S6  S7   

LH:     1- LH1

MW:   4 – MW 1, 2, 3, 4

RA:    0

 SL:    1  (Ham)    KJ

NOTE: IF YOU ARE NOT LISTED IN THIS BOX, YOU ARE EITHER NOT PARTICIPTING AND/OR YOUR RADIO IS OUT OF DATE.

Flight Radar

 

Camera

 

Drill 911 Relay

 

PERCENT REPORTING

53.5 %

(A)  DIVIDED BY  (B)

CONTROL SUMMARY:            

All Stations and Areas reporting:  QXA AND QWA NO EXCEPTIONS

CONTROL RECOMMENDATION: 

NO ACTION                                                            

 

AFTER ACTION:   

 NEED TO IMPROVE PERCENTAGE OF STATIONS REPORTING.

 TONIGHT WE USED 55 RELAY (REPEATER) WITH TONE / ANNOUNCE.  STATIONS OUT OF RANGE OF EROC 9 COULD REPORT ON EROC 55.

2024  06  12  ALERT FM TEST RESULTS: 

Note: followup with Sheriff's office - test was using the "places" (i.e., Lat/Long) this time. So if your unit didn't work, check if your lat/long is entered in  "position" under "places". If such is not entered, then you need to do that.

We asked SER radio operators to report on the alert FM Test that was conducted today by the Sheriff's Office.


Results:
 
  5  stations (Village F1  S6  G7  S1) and (Strarlite - KJ) reported test successful.

  1 station (Village E1 by phone) test successful.

  1 station (Village B1 by text) test successful.

   2 stations (Village I1  F14) reported test failed - they didn't receive alert.

 
   1 station (Midway MW3)  reported unit not yet set up.
 

AS A REMINDER IF YOU HEAR AN ALERT, PLEASE WRITE IT DOWN AND THEN TRANSMIT IT OVER EROC 9, EROC 55 AND EROC 58.  MANY PEOPLE APPEAR TO NOT HAVE THE ALERT FM SYSTEM, AND THERE APPEARS TO STILL BE A PROGRAMMING ISSUE WITH SOME UNITS.

Thank you.

 
Nathan
 
2024 06 07 Cal Fire Tone out - Fire - (Incident - Viola) 1519 hours.  E 2463 responding ,  WT...  TAC 11 ... Inskip Camera - no smoke visible doing time lapse on Camera. Per map for camera incident in approx area of 40.5085  -121.67424  and is  51.9 Deg True from Inskip Camera ... Rough estimte -  Incident JNW of Viola Drive; and approx .7 miles SE of highway 44 and Mineral Rd. ... QWI issued on 55 ... (no other internet resources reported incident).  Viola IC reported incident concluded 1627 hours.  TX on EROC 55.

2024   06 06

1900 hours   

Report of Net Operations  -  SERCAP

Total Net Time:     21   minutes 

Net

Infrastructure

 

AGENDA > 

 

DRILL TRAINING – FIRE NET.

Check ins followed by

Drill Fire Net Activation and Tactical assignments

 

Control

 

Areas Reporting

# RPTS

Stns Reporting

Fire Control

F1

Back Up

 

   Village             DIV  3 N

13

VL:      F1  F7 S1  S2 i1  F2 F8 B6  L9  L10 S3  B7  B1

55 Silent

 

   Shingletown/Pioneer Pizza

 

VL:  

  55 Relay

----

   Midway          DIV 2 N

2

 

58 Silent

 

   Long Hollow  DIV 3 N

0

 

  58 Relay

----

   Rest Area       DIV 3 N

0

Ham:  

160 TC

 

   Starlite           DIV 4 N

0

Ham:   KJ    

Mapping

Cal Fire 20

 

TOTAL STNS REPORTING AND PARTICIPATING IN NET   AND ANY  DRILLS         >    (A)

 

15

Reports              15 CK INS

DRILL RPTS -  12 TACTICALS     

TOTAL          27

Triangulation

 

 

 

 COMPARE ABOVE STNS REPORTING TO TOTAL PARTICIPATING STATIONS

ON ROSTER                      >     (B)

 Note: There are additional VL stations (approx 33) but they don’t report or participate. They have ability to listen to EROC 9.

 

 

 

29

PARTICIPATING STATIONS ON ROSTER BY AREA:

VL:    23  -  B1  B7  B6  C6 E1  E4  F1  F7  F2  F8  F14  G7  I1  L3  L4  L9  L10  S1  S2  S3  S6  S7  T10 

LH:     1- LH1

MW:   4 – MW 1, 2, 3, 4

RA:    0

 SL:    1  (Ham)    KJ

Flight Radar

 

 

___Camera

 

Drill 911 Relay

 

PERCENT REPORTING

51.7 %

(A)  /  (B)

CONTROL SUMMARY:            

All Stations and Areas reporting:  DRILL

CONTROL RECOMMENDATION: 

NO ACTION                                                            

 

AFTER ACTION:   

We did check ins ON EROC 9 and then followed with Drill Fire Net Activation with stations volunteering for Tacticals  (see  http://www.shastadefense.com/Tacticals.pdf  ).

 Tactials Activated:  FIRE CONTROL;  FLIGHT RADAR; AIR OPS 30;  GROUND WILSON; ROVER; INTENET WINDS; TAC 11 28;  CAL FIRE 20  SHERIFF 21  INKS CAMERA; WATCH DUTY;  TRIANGULATION.

 As stations volunteered, a brief explanation was provided for each tactical.

During next drill, we plan to  have each tactical perform a drill report.

 
2024 06 06  FIRE NET DRILL- TACTICALS.

Tonight we will do a Drill Fire Net Activation with stations volunteering to perform tactical functions (e.g., Flight Radar - monitoring Flight Radar on internet resource page, etc...).

 
We will first do a check in (assuming no actual incident activation).
 
Next we will do a drill Fire Net Activation and Assignment of Tacticals. That's all.
Tonight Please volunteer to be a "tactical". You will not be doing anything other than stepping up.
 
The purpose tonight is to refresh people on how the Fire Net works.
 
Next time, you will actually go to the resource page, etc..
 
THE OVERVIEW OF THE FIRE NET TACTICALS AS UPDATED IS HERE Fire Net Tacticals - overview 
WE WILL USE THIS AS A BASIS FOR THE DRILL TONIGHT.

For purposes of the Drill only, I will provide explanations as we proceed.  During an actual activation, those "explanations" will not be provided.
 
Thank you.

Nathan
2024  06  02  Emergency Radio Communications Mapping:

Todays Mapping - Eastbound on Hwy 44.

Today, we continued with radio communications mapping from Shasta Forest Village & Hwy 44 while heading EASTBOUND on Hwy 44 to  mile marker 46.6 at  the 32N17 Road to North Battle Creek Reservoir.
 
 We used the repeater (Ch 10 listening; Ch 55 TX).
Focus was on the Hand Held radio with 14.5 inch antenna since many people have that.  It is deemed beneficial to test these matters before an evacuation.
The results were favorable.  Of the approx 29 test locations, all were satisfactory except 2 locations. That is about an 93 Percent favorable rating. There was scratch on som, but the communications were readable. The results will be added to Format Romeo 6.
PLEASE NOTE:  A 50 WATT WITH MAG MOUNT WOULD BE PREFERABLE, ESPECIALLY IF THE REPEATER GOES DOWN AND YOU HAVE TO RELY ON SIMPLEX  - CH 13   /  CH 58.
However, testing today again illustrated that the small UV5R with the 14.5 inch antenna did a good job for both transmit and receive.  
TX on repeater is limited to selected participating stations who assist in providing reporting information.
All persons may benefit from listening.
More testing is planned for other potential evacuation routes.
RECOMMENDATION: WE SHOULD ALL BE CARRYING A RADIO WITH US IN OUR VEHICLES. MONITOR  SCAN PLAN 24/7.
 
Thank you to VL  F7.
 
PEOPLE WHO HAVEN'T HAD THEIR RADIOS UPDATED SHOULD AT LEAST HAVE CH 10  (IE., THE 146.760 REPEATER)  PROGRAMMED WITH NO TONES, NO OFFSET, AND NO TX SO THEY CAN AT LEAST LISTEN IF THE CHANNEL IS USED. Those who don't follow the SER Plan should develop a plan for their areas.
 
Active community participation is necessary for the radio plan to work.
 
This is another valuable tool for consideration.
2024 05 31  0629 hours - Cal Fire Tone out - Passenger Vehicle Fire - no flames visible- Vista La Vega Rd & hwy 44 (south side).   Cal fire units responding .. Bat 2414   E22  E 2463 ...   Incident - Vista IC; TAC 11. SER Silent Monitoring activated.  Internet Winds out of NE at 2 KT; Location JWO Midway Pines - approx .42 miles SW of Midway Pines & 44 ...  0636 hours  Cal Fire - Negative fire - all units cancelled ... SER Silent Monitoring deactivated. k6pds

2024   05 30

1900 hours   

Report of Net Operations  -  SERCAP

Total Net Time:     12   minutes 

Net

Infrastructure

 

AGENDA > 

 SITUATION REPORTS  (using Fmt Tango 9A or Tango 9M)  AND

 ALL STATIONS CONDUCT   QWA PROCEDURE  (Brevity Fire Watch procedure)

Control

B1

Areas Reporting

# RPTS

Stns Reporting

Back Up

F1

   Village  DIV  3 N

17

VL:      F1  F7 S1  S2 i1  L9  L10 B6  F2  F8  F14  S3  B1  L3  L4  G7  E4

55 Silent

F7

   Shingletown/Pioneer Pizza

 

VL:  

  55 Relay

----

   Midway  DIV 2 N

3

 

58 Silent

S1

   Long Hollow  DIV 3 N

1

 

  58 Relay

----

   Rest Area       DIV 3 N

0

Ham:   QXX

160 TC

F1

   Starlite           DIV 4 N

1

Ham:   KJ     VIA PHONE **

Mapping

Cal Fire 20

F1

F7

TOTAL STNS REPORTING AND PARTICIPATING IN NET   AND ANY  DRILLS         >    (A)

 

 

22

Reports              22

DRILL RPTS - NONE

Triangulation

 

 

 

 COMPARE ABOVE STNS REPORTING TO TOTAL PARTICIPATING STATIONS

ON ROSTER                      >     (B)

 Note: There are additional VL stations (approx 33) but they don’t report or participate. They have ability to listen to EROC 9.

 

 

 

30

PARTICIPATING STATIONS ON ROSTER BY AREA:

VL:    23  -  B1  B7  B6  C6 E1  E4  F1  F7  F2  F8  F14  G7  I1  L3  L4  L9  L10  S1  S2  S3  S6  S7  T10 

LH:     1- LH1

MW:   4 – MW 1, 2, 3, 4

RA:    1  (Ham)     MWM

 SL:    1  (Ham)    KJ

Flight Radar

 

 

___Camera

 

Drill 911 Relay

 

PERCENT REPORTING

73.3 %

(A)  /  (B)

CONTROL SUMMARY:            

All Stations and Areas reporting  QXA;  QWA

 no exceptions. 

CONTROL RECOMMENDATION: 

 NO ACTION                                                            

 

AFTER ACTION:   

 Good net tonight.

 PLEASE DON’T GIVE REPORT UNTIL CONTROL STATION ADVISES YOU TO “GO”. OTHERWISE YOU ARE BLOCKING REPORTS YOU MAY NOT HEAR.  IF YOU CAN’T HEAR CONTROL, THEN WAIT FOR “BACKUP” TO GIVE YOUR REPORT.

 We need to increase the Percent Reporting in addition to increasing the number of  Participating Stations.

 ** Contact after net on phone: KJ (ham) attempted to check in on EROC 9 with  HT on Long Outside Antenna – no copy in Village. Recommended he use 760 (55 / 10)  (“55 silent”) if unable to reach EROC 9.  

 Another station in SL (HAM)  is still working on Antenna situation. Not yet included in count.

2024  05  30  Emergency Radio Communications Mapping: Today, we continued with radio communications mapping from Shasta Forest Village & Hwy 44 while heading Westbound on 44 to Dersch & 44. We used the repeater (Ch 10 listening; Ch 55 TX).
Focus was on the Hand Held radio with 14.5 inch antenna since many people have that.  It is deemed beneficial to test these matters before an evacuation.
The results were favorable.  Of the approx 22 test locations, all were satisfactory except 4 locations. That is about an 81 Percent favorable rating. There was scratch on many, but the communications were readable. The results will be added to Format Romeo 6.
PLEASE NOTE:  A 50 WATT WITH MAG MOUNT WOULD BE PREFERABLE, ESPECIALLY IF THE REPEATER GOES DOWN AND YOU HAVE TO RELY ON SIMPLEX  - CH 13   /  CH 58.
However, testing today again illustrated that the small UV5R with the 14.5 inch antenna did a good job for both transmit and receive.  TX on repeater is limited to selected participating stations who assist in providing reporting information. All persons may benefit from listening.
More testing is planned for other potential evacuation routes.
RECOMMENDATION: WE SHOULD ALL BE CARRYING A RADIO WITH US IN OUR VEHICLES. MONITOR  SCAN PLAN 24/7.
 
Thank you to VL  F7.
 
PEOPLE WHO HAVEN'T HAD THEIR RADIOS UPDATED SHOULD AT LEAST HAVE CH 10  (IE., THE 146.760 REPEATER)  PROGRAMMED WITH NO TONES, NO OFFSET, AND NO TX SO THEY CAN AT LEAST LISTEN IF THE CHANNEL IS USED. Those who don't follow the SER Plan should develop a plan for their areas.

Active community participation is necessary for the radio plan to work.
Thank you.

 

2024 05 25    2254 hours Cal Fire Tone out - SER Silent monitoring activated.  Unattended multiple burn piles possibly spreading.  Area Woodland Way (in Sites Road area).  2255 hours Engine 2463 responding.   2303 hours E 2463 in area.  Internet Winds  2kt out of East. Cameras - not viewing area.  2317 hours - no update from Cal Fire.  2219 hours E2463 reports small previously extinguished burn piles. E 2463 available. SER silent monitoring deactivated.

Previously today - e-mailed to participants updated draft radio propagation capabilities at multiple Lookout locations.

2024  05 23  Net Cancelled for this week.  Stations should still be monitoring 24/7. 

Continuing with mapping of potential evacuation routes for  Radio propagation for Ch 10 / 55 (repeater).

2024 05 21  Radio Communications - Evacuation Planning.

Over the last couple of days you may have noticed testing on CH 10 (rx)  / Ch 55 (TX) (146.760 repeater).
 
This will be in a SER  report format in future, but for now this is the summary REPORT. 
 
You should know this in the event an evacuation becomes necessary.
1.  From Hwy 44 and Ponderosa. Traveling North on Ponderosa to Whitmore Rd.
     Vehicle Odometer miles (approx)  13.9 miles.
 
     50 Watt radio with Mag mount worked well.
     HT (UV5R) with 14.5 inch antenna also worked well.
     Areas along this route had no cell phone reception.
2.  100 Rd at Ponderosa - heading East Bound on 100 Rd., and looping back onto 
     Withrow Rd. at Ponderosa:
     50 Watt with Mag mount worked well.
     HT with 14.5 inch antenna also worked well.
     (There were some "rough" spots along this route, both road wise and
      radio propagation).

PLEASE NOTE:  A 50 WATT WITH MAG MOUNT WOULD BE PREFERABLE, ESPECIALLY IF THE REPEATER GOES DOWN AND YOU HAVE TO RELY ON SIMPLEX  - CH 13   /  CH 58. However, on both of these tests the small UV5R with the 14.5 inch antenna did a good job for both transmit and receive.  TX on repeater is limited to selected participating stations who assist in providing reporting information. All persons may benefit from listening.
More testing is being done for other potential evacuation routes. The above testing along with summarizing of results took about 5 Plus HOURS.

WE SHOULD ALL BE CARRYING A RADIO WITH US IN OUR VEHICLES.
MONITOR  SCAN PLAN 24/7.
Thank you to VL  F7.

PEOPLE WHO HAVEN'T HAD THEIR RADIOS UPDATED SHOULD AT LEAST HAVE CH 10  (IE., THE 146.760 REPEATER)  PROGRAMMED WITH NO TONES, NO OFFSET, AND NO TX SO THEY CAN AT LEAST LISTEN IF THE CHANNEL IS USED. Those who don't follow the SER Plan should develop a plan for their areas.
Thank you.

Nathan

2024 05 16:  To our knowledge SER is the only group actually conducting Emergency Evacuation Communications.

SER NET – AGENDA:

    Check in followed by

    Drill  -  Mobile Evacuation Net  (LINKS BELOW)  (road conditions, needs, etc…) 

     http://www.shastadefense.com/Mobile%20Evac%20Drills.pdf

         http://www.shastadefense.com/Mobile%20Evac%20Net%20Script%202023%2009%2008.pdf

Check ins  11 :

   VL:     F1  F7 F2  F8 S3 B1  B7  B6

   MW:   MW3 

   LH:     LH1

   SL:      KJ ON 760

   RA:     QXX

STNS QXX  20 :

VL  :    S1  S2  S6  S7  F14  T10

             E1  E4   G7  L3  L4   L9

             L10  C6  I1

SL   :    JF

MW:    MW 1 MW2, MW4

RA:      MWM

MOBILE EVACUATION NET – DRILL – ON EROC 9:

       Stations practiced “Needs”, and “Reports      

       Stations participating in Drill Mobile Evacuation Exercise:

                                                      F1  F7  B1  B6  F8  F2  S3 MW3 

AFTER ACTION:

Stations did a great job taking on the rolls of   “Need”, “Report” and “Temp Control”.

Stations used good discipline in only stating their tactical before being told to “go” by a “Temp Control”.

 This is giving us good practice for stations actively using their radios and preparing for a potential evacuation due to wildfire.

 MOBILE UNITS MUST USE PROPER ANTENNA (MURS / HAM). THUS, DO NOT USE A  CB  ANTENNA.

 O/S antennas at Home are again highly recommended.

 CAR TO CAR COMMUNICATIONS:  Also, during an evacuation, Stations might use Channel 40 or  CHANNEL 80 for disciplined communications between family vehicles while traveling in close proximity to each other. NO CHIT CHAT.

2025  05  15  SOME ALERT FM  UNITS FAILED TO ALERT.  REASON: SOME UNITS DO NOT HAVE THE "ALL CALL ALERT FM ADDRESS CODE"

HERE IS LINK TO VIDEO SHOWING HOW TO ENTER THAT CODE:  HERE

2024 05 15  Shasta County Public Warning System - Reminder to register and update
https://www.shascom911.com/  is source of the following:  Sign Up Now.
[Shascom is] now providing notifications from local emergency response teams in the event of emergency situations or critical community alerts. Register your phone number now to start receiving notifications like evacuation notices, bio-terrorism alerts, boil-water notices, and missing-child reports.
https://alertshasta.genasys.com/portal/en <<-- log in at link to left

YOU WILL SEE THIS ON THE COUNTY PAGE:

Welcome to Shasta County Public Warning System!

 

Once registered, please create a contact in your phone for Shasta County Public Warning System.

Phone alerts will show up as: (530)718-2990 

Email alerts will be from: AlertShasta <noreply@genasys.com>

Text/SMS messages will show up from: Sender ID 65513

2024 05 15    1009 hours - silent monitoring activated. Residential fire alarm - Cal Fire tone out  (Ash Creek...) .. Tac 11 ...  no cameras on area ...  1027 hours false alarm, cancelling response. Silent monitoring deactivated.
2024 05 15   0950 HOURS  SHERIFF Alert FM TEST. SEVERAL UNITS FAILED (I.E., DID NOT ALERT)

VL UNITS - FAILED:  F1  S1   

              (UPDATE: THE ALL CALL  CODE  CC0822 UNDER ADDRESSES WAS NOT IN RADIOS - BOTH  F1 AND S1 UNITS  WERE UPDATED)

                   - UNITS WORKING:  i1 unit worked.  G7 advised unit worked.

                   S6 - NEED TO ADD ALL CALL CODE  CC0822 UNDER ADDRESSES.

LH:  FAILED:  LH1   (need follow up)  (need to add all call code under addresses   CC0822).

MW: no units

SL:  FAILED:  KJ  (UPDATE: THE ALL CALL  CODE  CC0822 UNDER ADDRESSES ADDED - unit has now been updated).

Note Whispering woods reported their unit worked.

CALLS MADE TO ALERT FM. See above corrective action.

2024 05 09:  SER NET – AGENDA:

    Check in followed by

    Drill  -  Mobile Evacuation Net  (HERE)

     http://www.shastadefense.com/Mobile%20Evac%20Drills.pdf

         http://www.shastadefense.com/Mobile%20Evac%20Net%20Script%202023%2009%2008.pdf

Check ins:

   VL:     F1  F7 F2  B1   B7   F8   I1   B6   S3

   MW:   MW3 

               MW1 (MOBILE AT BLACK BUTTE / 44  NO COPY)

   LH:     LH1

   SL: 

   RA:   

STNS QXX:

VL  :    S1  S2  S6  S7  F14  T10

             E1  E4   G7  L3  L4   L9

             L10  C6

SL   :    KJ

MW:    MW2, MW4

RA:      MWM

MOBILE EVACUATION NET – DRILL – ON EROC 9:

       Stations practiced “Needs”, and “Reports”. Additionally, we had 1 relay of a “Need” (EVACUATION OF 80 YEARL OLD MALE WHEEL CHAIR) (F1 acted as relay of  “ need” between MW3 AND B1).

       Stations participating in Drill Mobile Evacuation Exercise:

                                                      F1  F7  I1  B1  B6  F8  F2  MW3    MW1   LH1

AFTER ACTION:

Stations did a great job taking on the rolls of   “Need”, “Report” and “Temp Control”.

Stations used good discipline in only stating their tactical before being told to “go” by a “Temp Control”.

This is giving us good practice for stations actively using their radios and preparing for a potential evacuation due to wildfire.

MOBILE UNITS MUST USE PROPER ANTENNA (MURS / HAM). THUS, DO NOT USE A  CB  ANTENNA.

O/S antennas at Home are again highly recommended.

CAR TO CAR COMMUNICATIONS:  Also, during an evacuation, Stations might use Channel 40 or  CHANNEL 80 for disciplined communications between family vehicles while traveling in close proximity to each other. NO CHIT CHAT.

2024 05 08 MOBILE EVACUATION NET SCHEDULED FOR Thursday night (assuming no Actual activation) THE NET AGENDA IS (ON EROC 9):
1.  Check ins; followed by
2.  Drill Mobile Evacuation Net.
During a large area evacuation no station will be able to be sitting at home directing the Net as people will be getting family into vehicles and evacuating.
For this Drill, F1 will start off the Drill Mobile Evacuation net, and then we need stations to step up.  We haven't practiced this for a while, so it may not be perfect, but now is the time to practice. No excuses for not participating.
We will have to rely on very tight radio procedures (i.e., the same type of procedures we use in our regular weekly practices). Thus, do not simply key the mike and start talking because if the procedures are not followed, then people will not hear reports due to doubling, and you will not know whether your "report" or "need" was even heard by anyone, and you will screw up the emergency communications.  There will be problems due to propagation and "things that go wrong". That is life.  We don't explain why. Just fix it and keep moving. Wasted talk may be preventing an emergency call.
Simply put, each neighborhood would follow these procedures on their CH1 (Village on Ch9), while in their neighborhood. 
Then upon exiting their neighborhood, each station having left its neighborhood, would then use the same procedure on CH 10  or Ch 13 for listening  (Ch 55 or CH 58 for transmit depending on which Channel the mobile net is being held).
Thus, once out of your neighborhoods we may have stations reporting on CH 55 (listening on Ch 10)  from Viola (or beyond) to Redding (or beyond) and North and South of that line of travel.
Stations will essentially have either a report to make or a request for information, or possibly need a 911 relay, etc... ..
The station desiring to make a report, for example, will simply key the mike and give their tactical -e.g.,   "Foxtrot 1, report"
Then ANY STATION  jumps in and acts as "TEMP CONTROL" ... (the Temp Control is the station that is acting as CONTROL for that brief communications cycle - i.e., handling that REPORT, or that REQUEST FOR INFORMATION).
When that communications cycle is done that specific Temp Control says  "Temp Control out" (unless he / she is available to handle another Comms Cycle).
Then, any next COMMS CYCLE would be handled by any station who is at a safe location and is able to act as "Temp Control" at that time.
Stations should be recording reports and requests, etc...   The Radio operator should not be the person who is driving the vehicle!
PLEASE REFER TO PAGE ONE OF THE ATTACHED SAMPLE MOBILE EVACUATION NET DRILLS. PRINT OUT THIS PAGE SO YOU CAN USE IT DURING THE DRILL.
 
WE WILL USE EITHER  EXAMPLE 1, 2 , 3, OR 4 (on page 1) and these can be repeated numerous times during our practice so that everyone has a chance to actively participate.  Ignore the "tacticals" shown in the examples. ANY STATION CAN WORK THE EXAMPLES.
Any questions, call me  530-474-3267
Nathan

2024   04 25

1900 hours   

Report of Net Operations  -  SERCAP

Total Net Time:     11   minutes 

Net

Infrastructure

 

AGENDA > 

 

SITUATION REPORTS  (using Fmt Tango 9A or Tango 9M)

NO QWA (Brevity Fire Watch procedure)

 

Control

B1

Areas Reporting

# RPTS

Stns Reporting

Back Up

F1

   Village             DIV  3 N

18

VL:      F1  F7 S1  S2 i1  L9  L10  F14  B6  L3  L4  F2  F8  S3  E4  E1  B1  B7

55 Silent

F7

   Shingletown/Pioneer Pizza

 

VL:  

  55 Relay

----

   Midway          DIV 2 N

4

 

58 Silent

S1

   Long Hollow  DIV 3 N

0

 

  58 Relay

----

   Rest Area       DIV 3 N

0

Ham:   QXX

160 TC

F1

   Starlite           DIV 4 N

1

Ham:   KJ     VIA PHONE

Mapping

Cal Fire 20

F1

F7

TOTAL STNS REPORTING AND PARTICIPATING IN NET   AND ANY  DRILLS         >    (A)

23

Reports              23

DRILL RPTS - NONE

Triangulation

 

 

 

 

COMPARE ABOVE STNS REPORTING TO TOTAL PARTICIPATING STATIONS

ON ROSTER                      >     (B)

 

Note: There are additional VL stations (approx 33) but they don’t report or participate. They have ability to listen to EROC 9.

 

 

 

30

PARTICIPATING STATIONS ON ROSTER BY AREA:

VL:    23  -  B1  B7  B6  C6 E1  E4  F1  F7  F2  F8  F14  G7  I1  L3  L4  L9  L10  S1  S2  S3  S6  S7  T10 

LH:     1- LH1

MW:   4 – MW 1, 2, 3, 4

RA:    1  (Ham)     MWM

 SL:    1  (Ham)    KJ

Flight Radar

 

 

___Camera

 

Drill 911 Relay

 

PERCENT REPORTING

76.6 %

(A)  /  (B)

CONTROL SUMMARY:            

All Stations and Areas reporting  QXA;   no exceptions. 

CONTROL RECOMMENDATION: 

 NO ACTION                                                            

 

AFTER ACTION:   

PLEASE DON’T GIVE REPORT UNTIL CONTROL STATION ADVISES YOU TO “GO”. OTHERWISE YOU ARE BLOCKING REPORTS YOU MAY NOT HEAR.  IF YOU CAN’T HEAR CONTROL, THEN WAIT FOR “BACKUP” TO GIVE YOUR REPORT.

             
2024 04 20  1842 hours  Cal Fire tone out - low hanging line  ... Ponderosa Way  / Westmore Rd. just past Black Butte ... E 42 Responding .. communication line down - contact Frontier ... roadway not clear .. 1906 hours Silent Monitoring Deactivated.
2024  04  20  - 0643 hours  Cal Fire tone out - Smoke Check   ... Ponderosa / Shingletown Glen area ... 0654 hours  E 520 reported Drift Smoke UTL  Available.  Silent Monitoring Deactivated.
2024 04 19   1925 hours - Cal Fire - Smoke check ...  Mobile park drive, burning trash. SER Silent Monitoring activated.  E 520 Responding 1926 hours.  ...  E 520 in area ... 1931 hours ...   E 520 advises  homeowner in compliance.  E 520 available.  Silent monitoring deactivated 1934 hours.
2024 04 19  - VL F1 Alert FM device shows "no service" (radio portion of unit works fine)  (1841 hours). Unknown if any other units show such. 1853 hours, the "no service" message was gone.  I looked on line and it was recommended if "no service" appears move unit to another location in home.  Recommendation:  County should test units at least 1 time per month. Moved unit to new locatoin and message "no service" came back on. Thereafter "no service".  
2024 04 17 It is again urged that stations get outside antennas for their homes. 
Also, if there is an emergency involving immediate safety of life, ANY STATION IS TO HANDLE EVEN IF IT IS ON THE HAM REPEATER and you are not a Ham !
Stations must Monitor EROC 9 and their Area Ch 1. (Exception - Village monitors EROC 9 NOT ch 1).
Also, Stations are asked to monitor Ch 10 (which is listening to the Repeater). Stations with TX capability on the repeater use Ch 55 to transmit in emergencies.
 
It is strongly recommended that Stations with TX ability on Ch 55 carry an extra hand held with them in their vehicles!  I will program it for you.
Nathan
 
2024 04 17  - agenda announcement.  Thursday  4/18/2024, we will conduct a Situation Report Net.
 
PLUS, during the net, we will have a DRILL 911 RELAY exercise.
 
The person making the drill 911 call request will be set up before the net. HOWEVER, we need any station to act as the drill 911 relay station. If more than one station volunteers, Control will pick the station.
The concept is that as the net is operating (this could include a Fire Net, etc...), a [drill] 911 relay request is made.  The net is temporarily paused and the [drill] 911 call is handed off to a volunteer who makes the [drill] 911 call (don't actually call during the drill).  While the [drill] 911 relay station is making the [drill] 911 call, the net continues its normal operations.
Then, later during the net, the drill 911 relay station advises control that the call has been done (don't actually call 911 for the exercise) ... then the normal net operations continue.
Thereafter, Cal Fire 20 will advise control when dispatch for the 911 [no actual dispatch TX because this was a drill] call has been transmitted over the Cal Fire frequency by Cal Fire.  Then, again, normal net operations continue. Thus, we are concurrently handling multiple traffic matters (e.g., situation reports, QWA procedure, and [drill] emergency traffic).

Please note that Control Stations, example, Fire Control, Triangulation, Mapping, Cal fire 20, Internet Winds, ...Camera, backup, Lookout stations, etc..., should NOT be the 911 relay station because that would stop the Net Operation which could be handling a wildfire. So it is imperative that stations not performing Net operations step up and volunteer.

Thank you.
 

SER – SITREP.  CELL PHONE OUTAGE  AND  FRONTIER INTERNET OUTAGE.

AREA  / NEIGHBORHOOD COMMUNICATION OUTAGES / FAILURES

DATE:     4/15/2024

Report Prepared by:  VL  F1   (K6PDS)

 

OUTAGE TYPE

[OK  = NO OUTAGE / OR SERICE RESTORED AFTER OUTAGE]

OUTAGE

STARTED  /

OBSERVED

SERVICE RESTORED

                       

AREAS / NEIGHBORHOODS IMPACTED

 

 TIME

TIME

VL

MW

LH

SL

RA

Cell phone   

4/15/2024

1626  HRS

 

 

RESTORED

4/15/2024

2340 HRS

OUTAGE

 

OK 4/15/2024 2340 HRS

OK

OK

OUTAGE

 

OK 4/16/2024

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FRONTIER LAND LINE

N/A

 

OK

OK

OK

OK

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FRONTIER –INTERNET

(Also impacts VOIP for those with such service)

4/15/2024

1626  HRS

 

 

RESTORED

4/15/2024

2340 HRS

OUTAGE

 

OK 4/15/2024 2340 HRS

 

 

OUTAGE

 

OK 4/16/2024

 

INTERNET –STAR

                       LINK

N/A

 

 

OK

 

 

 

INTERNET - HUGHES

N/A

 

 

 

OK

 

 

 

 

INFORMATION AS TO ESTIMATED TIMES FOR SERVICE RESTORATION(S):

     FRONTIER INTERNET – PER  VL S6 , FRONTIER ADVISED ESTIMATED TIME FOR RESTORATION  12:36 AM   4/16/2024  (I.E., MIDNIGHT   36 MINUTUES ON 4/16/2024)

     CELL SERVICE – PER  VL  S 6  AT&T ADVISED PLANNED RESTORATION  4/16/2024 AT 4:48 PM (I.E., 4/16/2024 AT 1648 HOURS.

                                                 

ABOVE INFORMATION / REPORTS TX/RX ON:    EROC 9            760  (10  / 55)

 

STATIONS PROVIDING REPORTS / RESPONDING AS TO ABOVE:

VL  :      F1  F7  S6  L9  G7 S3  I1  B1

LH  :      LH

MW:      MW3  MW1

SL   :      KJ

 

 
2024 04 14 (Sunday): VL F1 observed Alert FM device message  "No Service". Phone contact made with S1  i1 and s6 all of their units did not have such message.  Later as of 1214 hours, the "No Service Message" on F1 Alert FM device went away. Reason for this is unknown.
2024  04 12 (Friday)  - PG&E Scheduled power outage for work (large area outage 4000 customers).  Power off at 2300 hours; power restored  2024 04 13    0514 hours.
QWI Reminder:  Planned PG&E outage for repair work on April 12 2024 (Friday) (2300 hours) to April 13, 2024 (Saturday) 0500 hours. 

Per KRCRTV news:  impact 4000 customers in:  Shingletown, Manton, Paynes Creek.

Core Participating Areas:  VL  MW  LH  SL  RA  Recommendations include preparations should be made, fuel, battery backup for communications, and  Elevated Monitoring of EROC 9 and 760 (10) during outage for any assistance needs.

Above TX on EROC 9 and 760 (10) at approx 0920 hours.

2024   04 11

1900 hours   

Report of Net Operations  -  SERCAP

Total Net Time:     11   minutes 

Net

Infrastructure

 

AGENDA > 

 

SITUATION REPORTS ONLY – no QWA

 

Control

B1

Areas Reporting

# RPTS

Stns Reporting

Back Up

F1

   Village  DIV  3 N

13

VL: F1  F7 S1  S2 L3 L4  I1 L10 L9 S3 B1 B7 E1

55 Silent

F7

   Shingletown/Pioneer Pizza

2

VL:   s6  s7

  55 Relay

----

   Midway  DIV 2 N

4

 

58 Silent

S1

   Long Hollow  DIV 3 N

1

 

  58 Relay

----

   Rest Area       DIV 3 N

0

Ham:   QXX

160 TC

F1

   Starlite           DIV 4 N

1

Ham:   KJ 

Mapping

F1

TOTAL STNS REPORTING AND PARTICIPATING IN NET   AND ANY  DRILLS         >    (A)

21

Reports              21

DRILL RPTS - NONE

Triangulation

 

 

 

 

COMPARE ABOVE STNS REPORTING TO TOTAL PARTICIPATING STATIONS ON ROSTER                       >     (B)

 Note: There are additional VL stations (approx 33) but they don’t report or participate. They have ability to listen to EROC 9.

 

 

30

PARTICIPATING STATIONS ON ROSTER BY AREA:

VL:    23  -  B1  B7  B6  C6 E1  E4  F1  F7  F2  F8  F14  G7  I1  L3  L4  L9  L10  S1  S2  S3  S6  S7  T10 

LH:    1- LH1

MW:  4 – MW 1, 2, 3, 4

RA:    1  (Ham)     MWM;

 SL:    1  (Ham)    KJ

Flight Radar

 

 

___Camera

 

Drill 911 Relay

 

PERCENT REPORTING

70. %

(A)  /  (B)

CONTROL SUMMARY:            

All Stations and Areas reporting  QXA;

 no exceptions. 

CONTROL RECOMMENDATION: 

 

NO ACTION                                                            

 

AFTER ACTION:   N/A

USE OF HAM REPEATER - FIRE SEASON   4/10/2024

Ch 55 (is the ham repeater) and certain radios have CH 55 which gives those radios the ability to transmit on the repeater.


Ch 10 is the same frequency as Ch 55 but that Channel can listen only.

You may hear emergency traffic on Ch 10 (this is the Channel you can scan along with EROC 9).
IF you don't have CH 55, then listen and call 911 if necessary.
IF YOU HAVE CH 55 and hear emergency traffic on Ch 10), then please go to CH 55 and respond on frequency and handle the emergency traffic (e.g., call 911) even if you are not a licensed ham.
IF YOU HAVE CH 55 and are outside of your area (e.g., Village, Midway, Long hollow, Starlite, etc...) and have an emergency (e.g., serious auto accident / immediate safety of life .... ) call 911 by phone if you can. If you can't use the phone, then USE CH 55  AND ANY STATION IS TO RESPOND AND PROVIDE RADIO ASSISTANCE EVEN IF YOU ARE NOT A HAM.
IF YOU HAVE CH 55 and are outside of your area (e.g., away from Village, Midway, Long hollow, etc...) AND SEE A SMOKE COLUMN (not a controlled burn)  (NEAR SHINGLETOWN), CALL 911. ALSO, GET ON CH 55 AND CALMLY ADVISE WHAT YOU SEE AND ITS APPROXIMATE LOCATION EVEN IF YOU ARE NOT A HAM.  STATIONS HEARING THE INFORMATION SHOULD ACKNOWLEDGE THE REPORT AND  ACTIVATE EROC 9 (OR OTHER PROCEDURE) SO THAT APPROPRIATE ACTION CAN BE TAKEN BY THOSE ON FREQUENCY.

PLEASE DO NOT SHARE YOUR RADIOS WITH ANYONE ELSE. IF SOMEONE DOESN'T HAVE WHAT'S IN YOUR RADIO THEY ARE NOT TO GET IT!  EVEN TODAY, WHILE WE WERE OBTAINING RADIO REPORTS ABOUT THE PLANNED PG&E OUTAGE ON EROC 9, A PERSON IN THE VILLAGE WAS ATTEMPTING TO JAM OUR COMMUNICATIONS.
 
K6PDS IS THE CONTROL OPERATOR OF THE REPEATER. THE ABOVE NON HAM USE OF THE HAM REPEATER IS FOR EMERGENCIES (IMMEDIATE SAFETY OF LIFE....).  If operators make a mistake, K6PDS will deal with such matters on the telephone on a personal basis to explain any misunderstandings with a view towards positive resolution. We have a great team and want to keep the positive juices flowing. Everyone makes mistakes. We just fix it and move forward.
There may be Hams who disagree with the above. If they don't like our system, then they can set up their own system.  It is merely asked that they don't interfere with our emergency communication plan. There is to be no argument about SER Procedures. Thus, either follow it, or set up your own system.   FCC regulations have already been reviewed by legal counsel.  We are entering fire season and just recently an elderly lady died in a Shingletown house fire (while there was significant snow in the area).   Our goal is to deal with emergency communications to save life. Shingletown has a history of Power outages, cell phone outages, land line outages, and internet outages. At times, all of these have taken place at the exact same time.
It is recommended that operators have several radios.  One radio at home attached to an outside antenna.  Plus a second radio with them when traveling (Recommend mag mount type antenna for vehicles) to Redding, Reeds, Viola, Manton,  etc...
Having more people get their Ham Radio License would be great if possible. This would facilitate the SER emergency system.
Radio practice is critical so please actively participate during our weekly nets and respond to radio communications.
Listening is fine, but if operators don't provide information there is nothing to listen to. We are focused on those radio operators who are providing vital emergency information, following the SER Plan,  and participating. That way, those who just want to listen have substance to listen to.
 
Notices of Planned PG&E outage for repair work on April 12 2024 (Friday) (2300 hours) to April 13, 2024 (Saturday) 0500 hours.  TX on EROC 9- Areas receiving notices and responding on EROC 9:     VL    MW   AND   SL.  (Stations responding  F1 F7  I1  L9 MW3 (MW3 also advised his brother in Starlite Pines received notice) and T10).  Recommendations: preparations should be made, fuel, battery backup for communications, etc...  (TX on EROC 9 and Summary on 760  (10) (55).    The extent of the outage beyond the above areas is not known at this time.

Note: while above reports being taken, a person was jamming the frequency. 

2024 04 09 - Cell Service (Verizon) - issues QWI - F1 ad F7 noticing intermittent problems (e.g., call and no ring at other end - going directly to voice mail and/or call merely disconnects.  TX at 1937 hours on EROC 9 for information. TX Acknowledged by S6  MW3.

SL  KJ also advised of cell phone issues e.g., dropped calls.

2024 04 08  as of 1029 hours: Village Stations reported Land Lines now have dial tone.

Reports of  dial tone: (VL):   F1    F7  S1  S6 S3  S1 L3. Plus G7 - email.

2024 04 08  as of 0957 hours Frontier Technical Support (Charles, Frontier) advised  VL  F1 that  services for the Area Outage (no dial tone Frontier Land Line) are estimated to be restored by 10:00 PM  tonight (4/8/2024). However, immediately after the phone conversation, I  (VL F1) received a text from Frontier advising that the outage is expect to be "fixed by 04/09/2024 10:00 P.M"  (which is tomorrow night). Which is the actual case is unknown at this time.

Note: When you call into Frontier (before reaching a human), the automated system of Frontier still advises that there is "no service outage".

Recommendation:  All SER participants are requested to maintain high level of monitoring for any emergency traffic / and relay to 911 using cell phone  (or other means you have).  If there is emergency traffic on the repeater (760; Ch 10  Ch 55) SER plan participants are requested to please respond and handle it even if you are not a ham. Just follow SER Procedures.

 

2024 04 08  as  of 0923 hours - Frontier land line failure - continues in village. 

 

2024 04 07  as  of 2020 hours - Frontier land line failure - continues in village. 

(Today, Frontier finally acknowledged that there was an Area Outage - to some customers).

2024 04 06 - FRONTIER LAND LINE FAILURE - VILLAGE - observed at 1655 hours.  Frontier fraudulently advises all persons reporting outage that there is no Area Outage.

 Village  stations reporting no dial tone:  F1  F7  B6  I1  L3  S1 S6 S3.

 MW1  and SL (KJ) - reported Frontier land lines -operational in their Areas.

Frontier Land Line Outage appears to be limited to the Village area (Area with approx 400 Homes). Note: Frontier Internet is working in Village.

F1 contacted Frontier regarding Village Frontier Land Line failure.  Also, S6 advised she is on Chat with Frontier.

F1 results on contact with Frontier: Frontier ignoring Area Outage (no dial tone). I advised no one can dial 911 on Frontier Land Lines, and this week a Shingletown home burned down and an elderly lady died in the fire.  Advised Frontier that lack of dial tone is a critical safety matter. Frontier continued to deny the existence of Area outage.

Frontier advised that "if there is an Area outage his system would detect it". I told him that your  Frontier System is broken because their is IN FACT AN AREA outage and Frontier has received multiple reports from different people. Frontier is simply ignoring it. He (Frontier) hung up. This is nothing short of Fraudulent denial of an Area Outage on the part of Frontier. 

TX on EROC 9 - Stations advised to be on higher level of alert for any needed 911 relays (i.e., persons who have cell phones relay the call).  However, a concern is that not all stations with Frontier Land Line have radios - so they will not be able to report a need to call 911 for emergency medical or to report fires.

F1 called FCC emergency line  202 418 ...  FCC advised they will contact Shasta County Sheriff.  FCC advised that the Sheriff can contact Frontier and expedite the matter.  Also, F1  contacted Shasta County Sheriff and was advised that I would receive a call back. Waiting for call back from Sheriff.   

S3 advised he is on Chat with Frontier.

F1 - as of 1849 hours no call (cell phone) from Sheriff. 

F1 - E-mail sent to KRCRTV news.

F1 - as of 2232  hours no call  (cell phone) from Sheriff and Frontier Land Lines still no dial tone.  It appears Frontier is merely denying the existence of an Area Outage so that they don't have to fix it over the weekend. 

LESSON:  IN THE EVENT OF AN EMERGENCY WE MAY BE ON OUR OWN!  WE NEED TO ALL BE PREPARED AND BE ABLE TO WORK AS A TEAM. Our radio communications system is vital and all need to actively participate.

 

 

2024  04 04

1900 hours   

Report of Net Operations  -  SERCAP

Total Net Time:     10  minutes 

Net

Infrastructure

 

AGENDA > 

 

SITUATION REPORT;

QWA PROCEDURE

 

Control

B1

Areas Reporting

# RPTS

Stns Reporting

Fire Control

 

Back Up

F1

   Village             DIV  3 N

12

VL:      F1  F7 S1  S2  L3  L4  I1  B6  F8  E4  B1  S3

55 Silent

F7

   Shingletown/Pioneer Pizza

 

VL:  

  55 Relay

----

   Midway          DIV 2 N

4

 

58 Silent

S1

   Long Hollow  DIV 3 N

0

 

  58 Relay

----

   Rest Area       DIV 3 N

0

Ham:  

160 TC

F1

   Starlite           DIV 4 N

1

Ham:   KJ    

Mapping

Cal Fire 20

F1

F7

TOTAL STNS REPORTING AND PARTICIPATING IN NET   AND ANY  DRILLS         >    (A)

 

 

17

Reports     017 CK INS / RPTS

DRILL RPTS -  00 TACTICALS      

TOTAL    017

Triangulation

 

 

 

 COMPARE ABOVE STNS REPORTING TO TOTAL PARTICIPATING TEAM STATIONS ON ROSTER  WITH UP TO DATE RADIOS                 >     (B)

 Note: There are additional VL stations (approx 33) but they don’t report. They have ability to listen to EROC 9.

 

 

 

28

PARTICIPATING STATIONS ON ROSTER  WITH UP TO DATE RADIOS, BY AREA:

VL:    22  -  B1  B7  B6  C6 E1  E4  F1  F7  F2  F8  F14  G7  I1  L3  L4  L9  L10  S1  S2  S3  S6  S7   

LH:     1- LH1

MW:   4 – MW 1, 2, 3, 4

RA:    0

 SL:    1  (Ham)    KJ

NOTE: IF YOU ARE NOT LISTED IN THIS BOX, YOU ARE EITHER NOT PARTICIPTING AND/OR YOUR RADIO IS OUT OF DATE.

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PERCENT REPORTING

60.7 %

(A)  DIVIDED BY  (B)

CONTROL SUMMARY:            

All Stations and Areas reporting:  QXA AND QWA NO EXCEPTIONS

CONTROL RECOMMENDATION: 

NO ACTION                                                            

 

AFTER ACTION:   

03/28/2024 - Net Cancelled.
 
03/20/2023  - TEST OF ALERT FM.   Per the news, the Alert FM system is scheduled for testing at  0950 hours.

Our previous inquiry indicated that very few stations in the Village have the device. Most residents do not appear to have the device.

Action  Point:  In the event of an emergency alert through Alert FM, those who have such devices should relay the information out on EROC 9 so everyone is aware of the situation. Merely state exactly what was provided through the Alert FM system without any opinions or speculation.

Note: results of Alert FM testing in Village.  2 stations didn't receive any alert signal.  1 station received the alert FM signal.

QWI  SAFETY Information 2024 03 14 - SHINGLETOWN BURGLARIES (INCLUDING US. POST OFFICE - SHINGLETOWN).
This is the Action News Now Clip of Recent Burglaries. 
 

I understand a Town Hall meeting is being set up. If you have more information, please advise.
All stations should monitor 24/7 and be prepared to relay any reports concerning fire, crime, etc ...
Stations responding to TX (BY  VL F1)  on EROC 9:     L9  L3 F7  LH MW2  MW3  SL (KJ- PHONE).

2024  03 14

1900 hours    

Report of Net Operations - SERCAP  (USING 2024 06 RPT FORMAT)

Total Net Time:     10  minutes   

Net

Infrastructure

 

AGENDA > 

 

SITUATION REPORT (FMT  T9M or T9A);

QWA PROCEDURE

 

Control

B1

Areas Reporting

# RPTS

Stns Reporting

Fire Control

 

Back Up

F1

   Village             DIV  3 N

14

VL:    F1  F7  S1  S2  I1  L3  L4  F8  F2  S6  S7  G7  S3  B1

55 Silent

F7

   Shingletown/Pioneer Pizza

 

VL: 

  55 Relay (RPTR)

 

   Midway          DIV 2 N

4

 

58 Silent

S1

   Long Hollow  DIV 3 N

1

 

  58 Relay

 

   Rest Area       DIV 3 N

0

Ham:  

160 TC

F1

   Starlite           DIV 4 N

1

Ham:   KJ    

Mapping

F1

TOTAL STNS REPORTING AND PARTICIPATING IN NET   AND ANY  DRILLS         >    (A)

20

Reports          20 CK INS / RPTS

DRILL RPTS  00  DRILL  TACTICLES      

TOTAL     20

Cal Fire 20

F7

Triangulation

 

 

 

COMPARE ABOVE STNS REPORTING TO THE TOTAL PARTICIPATING TEAM STATIONS ON ROSTER  WITH UP TO DATE RADIOS      >   (B)

 

Note: There are additional VL stations (approx 33+) that don’t report. They have ability to listen to EROC 9.

 

 

 

28

PARTICIPATING TEAM STATIONS ON ROSTER  WITH UP TO DATE RADIOS, BY AREA:

VL:    22  -  B1  B7  B6  C6 E1  E4  F1  F7  F2  F8  F14  G7  I1  L3  L4  L9  L10  S1  S2  S3  S6  S7   

LH:     1- LH1

MW:   4 – MW 1, 2, 3, 4

RA:    0

 SL:    1  (Ham)    KJ

NOTE: IF YOU ARE NOT LISTED IN THIS TEAM STATIONS ON ROSTER, YOU ARE EITHER NOT ACTIVELY PARTICIPTING AND/OR YOUR RADIO IS OUT OF DATE.

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PERCENT REPORTING

71.4 %

(A)  DIVIDED BY  (B)

CONTROL SUMMARY:            

All Stations and Areas reporting:  QXA   QWA

                                                     NO EXCEPTIONS

CONTROL RECOMMENDATION: 

NO ACTION                                                            

 

AFTER ACTION:   

 

2024  03 07

1900 hours   

Report of Net Operations - SERCAP  (USING 2024 06 RPT FORMAT)

Total Net Time:     11  minutes   

Net

Infrastructure

 

AGENDA > 

 

SITUATION REPORT (FMT  T9M or T9A);

 QWA PROCEDURE

 

Control

B1

Areas Reporting

# RPTS

Stns Reporting

Fire Control

 

Back Up

F1

   Village             DIV  3 N

10

VL:    F1  F7  L3  L4  E4  B1  G7  F2  F8  S3

55 Silent

F7

   Shingletown/Pioneer Pizza

2

VL:  S6  S7 

  55 Relay (RPTR)

 

   Midway          DIV 2 N

4

 

58 Silent

F1

   Long Hollow  DIV 3 N

1

 

  58 Relay

 

   Rest Area       DIV 3 N

0

Ham:  

160 TC

F1

   Starlite           DIV 4 N

1

Ham:   KJ    

Mapping

Cal Fire 20

F1

F7

TOTAL STNS REPORTING AND PARTICIPATING IN NET   AND ANY  DRILLS                    >    (A)

 

18

Reports            18CK INS / RPTS

DRILL RPTS -  00 TACTICALS     

TOTAL      18

Triangulation

 

 

 

 

COMPARE ABOVE STNS REPORTING TO THE TOTAL PARTICIPATING TEAM STATIONS ON ROSTER  WITH UP TO DATE RADIOS        >     (B)

 

Note: There are additional VL stations (approx 33+) that don’t report. They have ability to listen to EROC 9.

 

 

 

28

PARTICIPATING TEAM STATIONS ON ROSTER  WITH UP TO DATE RADIOS, BY AREA:

VL:    22  -  B1  B7  B6  C6 E1  E4  F1  F7  F2  F8  F14  G7  I1  L3  L4  L9  L10  S1  S2  S3  S6  S7   

LH:     1- LH1

MW:   4 – MW 1, 2, 3, 4

RA:    0

 SL:    1  (Ham)    KJ

NOTE: IF YOU ARE NOT LISTED IN THIS TEAM STATION  BOX, YOU ARE EITHER NOT PARTICIPTING AND/OR YOUR RADIO IS OUT OF DATE.

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PERCENT REPORTING

64.3 %

(A)  DIVIDED BY  (B)

CONTROL SUMMARY:            

All Stations and Areas reporting:  QXA   QWA

                                                     NO EXCEPTIONS

CONTROL RECOMMENDATION: 

NO ACTION                                                            

 

AFTER ACTION:   

INTENTIONAL JAMMING DURING NET. WHEN BACKUP  REMOVED TONES COULD HEAR: WOMAN ON FREQUENCY;  BARKING DOG IN  BACKGROUND - SMALL DOG HIGH PITCHED.

 

 

2024  02 29

1900 hours   

Report of Net Operations - SERCAP  (USING2024 06 REPT FORMAT)

Total Net Time:     10  minutes 

Net

Infrastructure

 

AGENDA > 

 

SITUATION REPORT (FMT  T9M or T9A);

NO QWA PROCEDURE

 

Control

F1

Areas Reporting

# RPTS

Stns Reporting

Fire Control

 

Back Up

F1

   Village             DIV  3 N

17

VL:    F1  F7  S1  S2  L9  L10  I1  L3  L4  E1  E4  B6  F2  F8  S3  F14  G7

55 Silent

F1

   Shingletown/Pioneer Pizza

 

VL:  

  55 Relay (RPTR)

 

   Midway          DIV 2 N

3

 

58 Silent

S1

   Long Hollow  DIV 3 N

1

 

  58 Relay

 

   Rest Area       DIV 3 N

0

Ham:  

160 TC

F1

   Starlite           DIV 4 N

1

Ham:   KJ    

Mapping

Cal Fire 20

F1

F7

TOTAL STNS REPORTING AND PARTICIPATING IN NET   AND ANY  DRILLS         >    (A)

 

 

22

Reports            22CK INS / RPTS

DRILL RPTS -  00 TACTICALS     

TOTAL      22

Triangulation

 

 

 

 

COMPARE ABOVE STNS REPORTING TO THE TOTAL PARTICIPATING TEAM STATIONS ON ROSTER  WITH UP TO DATE RADIOS                 >     (B)

 

Note: There are additional VL stations (approx 33+) that don’t report. They have ability to listen to EROC 9.

 

 

 

28

PARTICIPATING STATIONS ON ROSTER  WITH UP TO DATE RADIOS, BY AREA:

VL:    22  -  B1  B7  B6  C6 E1  E4  F1  F7  F2  F8  F14  G7  I1  L3  L4  L9  L10  S1  S2  S3  S6  S7   

LH:     1- LH1

MW:   4 – MW 1, 2, 3, 4

RA:    0

 SL:    1  (Ham)    KJ

NOTE: IF YOU ARE NOT LISTED IN THIS BOX, YOU ARE EITHER NOT PARTICIPTING AND/OR YOUR RADIO IS OUT OF DATE.

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PERCENT REPORTING

78.5 %

(A)  DIVIDED BY  (B)

CONTROL SUMMARY:            

All Stations and Areas reporting:  QXA

                                                     NO EXCEPTIONS

CONTROL RECOMMENDATION: 

NO ACTION                                                            

 

AFTER ACTION:   

NOTE: POWER OUTAGE EARLIER TODAY.

2024   02  22

1900 hours   

Report of Net Operations  -  SERCAP

Total Net Time:     12   minutes 

Net

Infrastructure

 

AGENDA > 

 

SITUATION REPORTS

Control

B1

Areas Reporting

# RPTS

Stns Reporting

Back Up

F1

   Village  DIV  3 N

17

VL: F1  F7    L9  L10  I1  S1  S2  L3  L4  F8  F2  B6  B1 G7  E4  F14 S3  

55 Silent

F7

   Shingletown/Pioneer Pizza

 

VL: 

  55 Relay

----

   Midway  DIV 2 N

4

 

58 Silent

S1

   Long Hollow  DIV 3 N

1

 

  58 Relay

----

   Rest Area       DIV 3 N