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CURRENT EMERGENCY STATUS
 
CONDITION GREEN
 

No Current Alerts



In the event of an emergency, please post a notice on the blog page of this website describing the nature of the emergency and stating the level of ARES involvment


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We are happy to report that the fire July 7th near Lockwood and Lake Nacimiento is 100% contained and we are in a stand down situation.


We appreciated the report from our mid-county EC, Glen Hanneman on the status.

WHO ARE WE?


The trained operators of Monterey County ARES provide reliable primary and secondary communication links for the Monterey County Office of Emergency Services, Emergency Operations Centers in cities throughout the county, as well as organizations such as the Red Cross, Salvation Army, and the major local hospitals. Local ARES members are registered in the Monterey County Disaster Service Worker Volunteer Program.


Any licensed amateur can join ARES without being a member of ARRL.  There are no membership fees required to become a member of Monterey County ARES.


Monterey County 
Amateur Emergency Communications

(MCAEC)
Monterey County ARES is supported by the MCAEC club. MCAEC is a governing organization responsible for fund raising and is fully sanctioned as an operating club by ARRL National. You can visit the club website by clicking HERE.

If you would like to become an ARES member, please click HERE for the application form. Fill it out and email it to Lou Arbanas

You can send mail to PO Box 2334, Monterey, CA 93942-2334

Monterey County is around 100 miles long from north to south with varing terrain. The long Salinas Valley runs down the eastern center of the county and then there are coastal mountains on the west side of the county and the land to the east of the Salinas Valley is also pretty rugged. This results in sheltered valleys within the coastal range that cannot be reached by fixed repeater locations so it places the emphasis on the need for mobile, aka relocatable, repeater stations in order to provide the needed emergency communications for the County.





Monterey County ARES 


is a Weather-Ready 


Nation Ambassador.

NEWEST MEMBERS

RECENT PHOTOS

Wednesday, Nov 26 at 7:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Wednesday, Nov 26 at 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Thursday, Nov 27 All Day
Tuesday, Dec 2 at 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Served Agencies Include:


Monterey County OES


American Red Cross

 

Salvation Army


City of Seaside EOC


CHOMP, Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula. 


Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital


Natividad Medical Center


California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection


Mee Memorial Hospital, King City


We support the 

Big Sur International Marathon

We also support the 

Sea Otter Classic.

Above is a view of the Pfeiffer Big Sur Fire event Dec. 16, 2013 that Monterey ARES supported.

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This page was last updated 

on October 26, 2014

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Monterey ARES is an all volunteer organization that is self supporting.  If you would like to make a donation you can click the DONATE link below by using PayPal.