OH Muskingum County 2009 City County Fire Dept Resource Directory

MUSKINGUM COUNTY FIRE & EMERGENCY SQUAD RESOURCE DIRECTORY OFFICERS - - PRESIDENT -ROBERT HARTMAN P.O. BOX 327 DRESDEN, OHIO 43821-0327 754-1749 --...

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MUSKINGUM COUNTY

FIRE & EMERGENCY SQUAD RESOURCE DIRECTORY

OFFICERS - - PRESIDENT -ROBERT HARTMAN P.O. BOX 327 DRESDEN, OHIO 43821-0327 754-1749 -- VICE PRESIDENT -DON ALEXANDER

P.O. BOX 336 DUNCAN FALLS, OHIO 43734-0336 674-4547 -- SECRETARY/TREASURER -NORM MANSFIELD 22 HICKORY STREET SOUTH ZANESVILLE, OHIO 43701 454-6110 -- EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE -CARL ARCHER DON ALEXANDER BRENT GATES DAN HARTMAN ROBERT HARTMAN NORM MANSFIELD

MUSKINGUM COUNTY FIRE AND SQUAD RESOURCE DIRECTORY 2009

CONTENTS MUSKINGUM COUNTY FIREFIGHTERS ASSOCIATION OFFICERS FIRE AND SQUAD AREAS BY TOWNSHIPS FIRE DEPARTMENTS TELEPHONE NUMBERS FIRE DEPARTMENTS FAX NUMBERS

INDIVIDUAL DEPARTMENT INFORMATION STATIONS ADDRESS OFFICERS RADIO CALL LETTERS RADIO FREQUENCIES TYPE UNITS, UNIT NUMBERS, WATER AND HOSE MANPOWER EXTRA EQUIPMENT MAILING ADDRESSES FOR FIRE CHIEF’S AND EMS OFFICERS

***NOTE*** THE ANNUAL UPDATES FOR THIS DIRECTORY MUST BE SUBMITTED NO LATER THAN FEBRUARY 1 ST OF EACH YEAR. THIS INFORMATION IS TO BE SUBMITTED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE FIREFIGHTER’S ASSOCIATION.

MUTUAL AID: A DEPARTMENT MAY REQUEST ANOTHER DEPARTMENT, AGENCY, SPECIFIC MANPOWER OR EQUIPMENT TO RESPOND TO ASSIST THEM WITH ANY TYPE INCIDENT AFTER THEY HAVE BEEN DISPATCHED.

AUTOMATIC RESPONSE: IS A PREDETERMINED AGREEMENT BETWEEN MULTI- DEPARTMENTS, AGENCIES, MANPOWER, OR SPECIFIC EQUIPMENT TO RESPOND ON INITIAL DISPATCH.

MUSKINGUM COUNTY (FIRE DEPARTMENT, CHIEF, EMS, AND OTHER) ADDRESSES AND PHONE NUMBERS Adamsville Fire Department PO Box 305 Station 100 Chief Dave Wortman Adamsville, OH 43802 Phone: 796-3371 4425 Mollies Rock Rd. Fax: 796-9583 Adamsville, OH 43802 [email protected] Home: 796-2017

PO Box 687 Dresden, OH 43821

Dresden Fire Department Station 200 Phone: 754-1332 Fax: 754-1778

[email protected]

PO Box 2215 Zanesville, OH 43702-2215

Falls Township Fire Department Station 300 Phone: 453-1942 Fax: 453-9699

[email protected]

PO Box 219 Frazeysburg, OH 43822

Frazeysburg Fire Department Station 400 Phone: 828-2300 Fax: 828-2310

Chief Carl Archer 47 West 3rd St. Dresden, OH 43821 Home: 754-4521 Rhonda Holdren (EMS) Home: 754-1260 Chief J.D. Johnson 2458 Olde Falls Rd Zanesville, OH 43701 Home: 454-0520 Scott McConnell (EMS) Home: 452-5233 Chief Dave Smith

Cell 740-819-9015 Harrison EMS PO Box 391 Philo, OH 43771

PO Box 167 Philo, OH 43771

Phone: 674-4233 Fax: 674-4381 Harrison Fire Department Station 500 Phone: 674-4325 Fax: 674-5120

[email protected]

6705 Dillon Hills Rd. Nashport, OH 43830

Licking Township Fire Department Station 600 Phone: 453-1888 Fax: 450-8617

[email protected]

6985 Frazeysburg Road Nashport, OH 43830 [email protected]

Muskingum Township Fire Department Station 700 Phone: 454-7101 Fax: 454-6916

EMS Chief Brian Hatfield PO Box 391 Philo, OH 43771 Home: 674-6666 Chief Joseph Wilson 244 Main St. Philo, OH 43771 Home: 674-6154

Chief Robert Klein Home: 455-8075 Melissa Leckrone(EMS) Home: 452-1584

Chief John Benson Cell:

819-2346

PO Box 165 Gratiot, OH 43740

National Trail Fire Department Station 800 Phone: 787-2466 Fax: 787-1026

[email protected]

12 West Main Street PO Box 10 New Concord, OH 43762 [email protected]

5490 Maysville Pike PO Box 181 White Cottage, OH 43791

New Concord Fire Department Station 900 Phone: 826-4986 Fax: 826-7617 Newton Township Fire Department Station 1080 Phone: 849-2418 Fax: 849-2324

[email protected] 4625 Boggs Road Zanesville, OH 43701

Perry Township Fire Department Station 1200 Phone: 452-3293 Fax: 452-3293

Chief Ted McNamara PO Box Gratiot, OH 43740 Home: 787-2007 Bill Kelso (EMS) Cell 740-819-3944 Chief Brent Gates 209 W. Main St New Concord, OH 43762 Home: 255-6387

Chief Allen Deaver 3190 Opera Road Mt. Perry, OH 43760 Home: 849-2192 Cell: 819-0080 Chief Justin Rodgers 525 Spring Valley Drive Zanesville, OH 43701 Home: 452-2401

[email protected] 107 North Main St. Roseville, OH 43777

Roseville Fire Department Station 1300 Phone: 697-7762 Fax: 697-0309

[email protected]

24 E. Main Street South Zanesville, OH 43702

South Zanesville Fire Department Station 1400 Phone: 453-1171 Fax: 455-8764

[email protected]

2310 Old Adamsville Road Zanesville, OH 43702 [email protected] [email protected]

Washington Township Fire Department Station 1500 Phone: 452-2221 Fax: 450-3265

Chief Ed Guy 16 W Second St Roseville, OH 43777 Home: 697-0490

Chief Norm Mansfield 22 Hickory St. South Zanesville, OH 43702 Home: 454-6110

Chief Gene Hanning 2860 Pinegrove Drive Zanesville, OH 43701 Home: 454-0044 Cell: 819-5837 Lori Wortman(EMS) FD: 452-2221

PO Box 336 Duncan Falls, OH 43734

Wayne Township Fire Department Station 1600 Phone: 674-4444 Fax: 674-7040

[email protected]

Chief Donald Alexander PO Box 396 Duncan Falls, OH 43734 Home: 674-4547

Zanesville Fire Department 332 South St. Zanesville, OH 43701

Phone: 455-0700 Fax: 455-0761

[email protected]

Chief Dave Lacy 110 Dave Longaberger Ave Dresden, OH 43821 Home: 754-1838

Community Ambulance 952 Linden Ave Zanesville, OH 43701

2951 Maple Ave Zanesville, OH 43701 28 North 4th St Zanesville, OH 43701

401 Main Street Zanesville, OH 43701 [email protected] 2215 Adamsville Rd. Zanesville, OH 43701 [email protected] ounty.org Chris Stage Arson Bureau Rich Vance Inspection Bureau Roger Pierce Prevention Shaad Johnson Robert “Dink” Heinzman [email protected] http://www/ems.ohio.gov/ems. asp

Phone: 454-6800/454-1255 Fax: 454-1299 Genesis Healthcare 800 Forest Ave Zanesville, OH 43701 Muskingum County Sheriff Communication Officer Phone: 455-7151 Fax: 455-7176 Muskingum County 911 Bo Keck Phone: 454-1911 Fax: 455-7911 Muskingum County EMA Phone: 453-1655 Fax: 588-4304

State Fire Marshall’s Office 614-752-7106 614-728-5460 614-752-7115 O.D.N.R. 614-212-3298 Ohio Dept of Public Safety 740-819-3325

Jamey Baker, Director 3469 Old Wheeling Rd Zanesville, OH 43701 Cell: 819-0830 GS ER 454-5880 BH ER 454-4215 Kim Hambel

Bo Keck, Director Cell: 819-1160 [email protected]

1-800-589-2728 1-888-276-0303

Division of EMS SE District Fire Coordinator

Effective 10/2006

Muskingum County Ohio Fire Chiefs Emergency Response Plan Coordinators Resource List Dave Lacy Home Zanesville Fire Dept. Cell Cell Text Messaging Pager Pager Text Messaging E-Mail

Chief Zanesville Fire Dept. 740-754-1784 740-455-0700 740-819-4425 [email protected] 740-813-4202 [email protected] [email protected]

Don Alexander Home Wayne Twp. Fire Dept. Cell Cell Text Messaging E-Mail

Chief Wayne Twp. Fire Dept. 740-674-4547 740-674-4444 740-607-5807 [email protected] [email protected]

Mick Archer Home Dresden Fire Dept. Cell Cell Text Messaging Pager Pager Text Messaging E-Mail

Chief Dresden Fire Dept. 740-754-4521 740-754-1332 740-819-8979 [email protected]

[email protected] [email protected]

Brent Gates Home New Concord Fire Dept Cell Cell Text Messaging Pager Pager Text Messaging Email

Chief New Concord Fire Department 740-255-6387 740-826-4986 740-255-6387 [email protected]

[email protected]

Gene Hanning Home Washington Twp. Fire Dept. Cell Cell Text Messaging E-Mail

Chief Washington Twp. Fire Dept. 740-454-0044 740-452-2221 740-819-5837 [email protected] [email protected]

FIRE AND SQUAD AREAS BY TOWNSHIPS Muskingum County FIRE SQUAD Adams Twp. Blue Rock Twp Brush Creek Twp. Cass Twp. Clay Twp. Falls Twp. Harrison Twp. Highland Twp. Hopewell Twp. Jackson Twp. Jefferson Twp Licking Twp Muskingum Twp Madison Twp. Meigs Twp. Monroe Twp Newton Twp. Perry Twp. Rich Hill Twp. Salem Twp. Salt Creek Twp. Springfield Twp. Union Twp. Washington Twp. Wayne Twp.

Adamsville Fire Wayne Twp Fire Harrison/Roseville Dresden Fire Roseville Fire Falls Twp Fire Harrison Fire New Concord/Adamsville National Trail Frazeysburg Fire Dresden Fire Licking twp Fire Musk/Dresden/Falls FD Dresden/Adamsville M&M Fire Adamsville Fire Newton Twp Fire Perry Twp Fire New Concord/Cumberland Adamsville Fire Wayne Twp. Fire South Zanesville Fire New Concord/Norwich Fire Washington Twp Fire Wayne Twp Fire

Adamsville Squad Harrison EMS Harrison/Roseville Dresden Squad Roseville Squad Falls Twp Squad Harrison Squad New Concord/Adamsville National Trail Squad Frazeysburg Squad Dresden Squad Licking Twp Squad Community Ambulance Dresden/Adamsville M&M Squad Adamsville Squad Newton Twp Squad Perry Twp Squad New Concord Squad Adamsville Squad Harrison EMS Community Ambulance New Concord Squad Washington Twp Squad/Community Harrison EMS/Community

Pike Twp Washington Twp

Coshocton County Frazeysburg Fire Dresden Fire

Frazeysburg Squad Dresden Squad

Adams Twp Westland Twp

Guernsey County New Concord New Concord

Bowling Green Twp Franklin Twp Hopewell Twp

Licking County National Trail Fire National Trail Fire National Trail Fire

Harrison Twp. Madison Twp

Perry County Roseville Fire Newton Twp./National Trail

ADAMSVILLE FIRE DEPARTMENT P.O. Box 305 Adamsville, OH 43802 CALL LETTERS WNBT-651

STATION 100 BUSINESS PHONE 740-796-3371 FAX-740-796-9583 EMAIL [email protected] Chief Asst Fire Chief Captain Lieutenant Lieutenant

RADIO FREQUENCIES TX -RX 33.98 33.66 33.44 33.64 33.56 33.60 PL 103.5

33 Members

29 FFI

6 EMT’S

2 Medic

Fire Apparatus Type Pump 1987 Pierce 2000 GPM MIDSHIP 1997 Pierce 1500 GPM MIDSHIP 1988 Ford 4x4 200 GPM 2008 International 750 GPM 4 Bottle Cascade on Trailer

Unit Number Engine 101 Engine 102 Rescue/Grass Truck Tanker 104 Mobile Cascade

Unit Number

HOME 796-2017 796-5103 796-4366 796-5232 819-6951

Dave Wortman Tim Tilton Raymond Wortman Harold Ridgley Colby Kiney

5”

Engine Engine Grass Truck Tanker

Hose Carried 3” 2 ½”

4” 1100’ 500’

1 ¾”

Tank 1000 1000 200 3000 w/ rear and side dump

1” Booster

Garden Hose

700’ 350’ 350’ EMS Vehicles

Unit Number Medic/Squad Medic/Squad

Amount

1 2 1 2 1 1 2

Type 1988 Ford 1996 Ford

Description

CO Monitor 10’ GRD Ladder 14’ Roof Ladder 24’ Extension Ladder 28’ Extension Ladder REPCO –Saw shoring Chain Saw Shoring

County Muskingum Muskingum Muskingum Muskingum Muskingum Muskingum

Amount

3 1 1 1 1 2

Extra Equipment Description

Fans Jaws 3000 Watt Generators Radiation Kit Cutting Torch Shoring 2000 Gal Folda-tank Area Covered Twp./Village Village of Adamsville Adams Twp. Highland Twp. Madison Twp. Monroe Twp. Salem Twp.

Equipment ACLS/BLS, EKG-DEFIB ACLS/BLS, EKG-DEFIB

Amount

2 15 18 10 Gal 1 1

Description

Portable Lights SCBA Air Packs Extra air bottles A FFF Foam Educator 3000 Gal Folda Tank Hand Force Entry Tools Porta-Power

Coverage Fire and EMS Fire and EMS Fire and EMS Fire and EMS Fire and EMS Fire and EMS

DRESDEN FIRE DEPARTMENT 21 West9th Street P. O. Box 687 Dresden, OH 43821-0687 CALL LETTERS KTV-820

STATION 200

BUSINESS PHONE: 740-754-1332 OR 740-754-1712 FAX: 740-754-1778 EMAIL [email protected]

Chief Asst Fire Chief Asst Fire Chief Captain Captain Captain Squad/Captain Squad/LT. 45 Members

Carl Archer Harold Wolford Drake Prouty Jeff Garver Terry Lowery Gavin Kurtz Rhonda Holdren Jeff Smith

RADIO FREQUENCIES 33.98, 33.66, 33.44, 33.64, 33.56, 33.60 33.86 33.88 ALL MUSK. & COSH. High bands HOME 754-4521 754-1144 754-2935 754-3471 754-1803 754-1482 754-1260 754-5645

CELL 819-8979 607-2330 819-4876 607-8276 624-8099 704-3638

UNIT-C-211 UNIT-C-212 UNIT-C-213 UNIT-C-214 UNIT-C-215 UNIT-C-216 UNIT-C-217 UNIT-C-219

19 Firefighters

Unit Number Engine E-210 Engine E-202 Engine E-205 Tanker T-203

15 Firefighter/EMT 7 EMT’S 6 Firefighter/Medic 3 Medics Fire Apparatus Type Pump Tank/ Equipment 1993 SUTPHEN 1500 GPM 1000 1980 SUTPHEN 1000 GPM 750 2001 Pierce 1500 GPM 1000 3750, 10” dump 2- 4 1/2” Suction discharge (no pump) 2 2000 gal folding tank

Grass Truck G-204

2006 Ford 4x4

Rescue/Air R-206

1991 International 4 door walk in rescue/command

Command Truck C-207

2008 Ford F-150 4x4 Off road equipped

Kawasaki Mule M-208

Unit Number Engine E-201 Engine E-202 Engine E-205

5”

200 gal skid unit 15 gal Class A Foam 7 ton winch 7 ton winch, 6 bottle 5500 PSI cascade Fully equipped medium duty rescue also equipped for on scene medical treatment with medical equipment, back boards, AED and IVs

50 Gal tank w/ pump Stokes Stretcher. Unit transported on trailer with grass truck or rescue truck.

4”

Hose Carried 3”

1200’ 1000’ 1200’

2 ½” 800’ 800’ 800’

1 ¾”

1” Booster

Garden Hose

800’ 600’ 1100’

EMS Vehicles Unit Number Medic/Squad S-209 Medic/Squad S-210

Type 2003 Miller-McCoy 1996 MEDTEC

Equipment Fully equipped, drug & Monitor Fully equipped, drug & Monitor

EXTRA EQUIPMENT High Exp Foam/Jet-X Nozzle

21 4.5 Scott Scuba

4 Smoke Ejectors

25 GAL. High Exp Foam

2 Vehicle Stabilizer Sets

Hot Line Equipment

3 Low Exp Foam Educ./Nozzles

Hyd. Entry Tool & Cutter

14’ Inflatable Boat/Motor

180 GAL Low Exp Foam

Compressor with Cascade

3 Ice Rescue Suits

40 Gal. Alcohol Foam

14’ Alum. Boat w/Motor

Tripod and Winch

30 Gal. Class A Foam

Impact Wrenches Air & Electric

Entry Tools

28 High Band Portable Radios

2 Reciprocating Saws

5 Chain Saws

1 Marcs Portable

Portable Pumps

29 Scott Cyl.

10 Ton Port-A-Power Set

Ladders 10’,14’,24’

Air Chisel

Hurst Tool, Cutter, 2 Rams

2 Folding 2000 Gal. Tanks

Leak Seal Kits

4 Deluge Sets

Repelling Equipment

2-14’ Rescue Saw

6 Oxygen Units

Hose Washer

Cutting Torch

3 Piercing Nozzles

Combi Tool & Spreader

2 Stoke Litters

1 Electric Chain Saw

117 Ton Air Bag Set 2 Controllers

Come a longs and Chains

1 Skid Stretcher

8 Portable Lights

Drowning Rescue Equipment

2 Gas Monitors (4Gas)

2 Positive Pressure Fans

21 Salvage Covers

2 Thermal Image Cameras GPS/2 Thermal Imagers

71/4” Circular Saw

2 1000 Watt Generators

County Muskingum Muskingum Muskingum Muskingum Coschocton

Area Covered Twp./Village Village of Dresden Cass Twp. Jefferson Twp Madison Twp. Washington Twp,

Coverage Fire and EMS Fire and EMS Fire and EMS Fire and EMS Fire and EMS

FALLS TOWNSHIP VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT STATION 301 & 302

P.O. Box 2215 Zanesville, OH 43702-2215 CALL LETTERS WNWC-785

BUSINESS PHONE STA. 301 740-453-1942 FAX 740-453-9699 STA. 302 740-453-9144 FAX 740-453-2271 EMAIL: [email protected] fire.com Website: www.fallstwpfire.com POPULATION

RADIO FREQUENCIES 33.98 33.66 33.44 33.64 33.56 33.60 33.86 33.90 TX-RX PL- 103.5 WEBSITE

SQUARE MILES

Chief Asst. Fire Chief Fire Captain Fire Captain Fire Lt. Fire Lt. EMS Captain EMS Lt. Safety Officer Chaplain

HOME 454-0520 453-3123 450-7316 453-5346 453-7932 452-6177 452-5233 891-2055

J.D. Johnson Mike Gonder Andy Keck Tom Bateson Aaron Jackson Mark Brown Scott McConnell Brady Johnson John Hodges Terry Newman

CELL 607-7293 819-0176 819-1818 819-9046 252-6615 819-5004 819-3238 819-1784 819-1941 819-2511

455-9397

45 Members: 18 Level I Firefighters, 25 Level II Firefighters, 18 Basic EMT’S, 2 Basic EMT/RN’S, 5 Intermediate, 12 Paramedics, 7 Fire Safety Inspectors, 8 Fire Investigators, 4 Junior Members

Unit Number Engine E311

Type 1998 New Lexington

Engine E312

1994 New Lexington

Engine E313

1980 FMC

Fire Apparatus Pump Tank/ Equipment 1750 GPM 750 w/ deck gun Hurst cutters, spreaders, rams, HOLMATRO air bags, Bullard thermal imager 1500 GPM 1000 w/ deck gun 10 gal Class A Foam, Cascade system, Bullard thermal imager 750 GPM 750 Gal Tank

Rescue 314

2004 SUTPHEN

1500 GPM

Tower T310

1975 SUTPHEN 85’ Ariel platform 1999 Ford F-250 2005 Ford F350

1250 GPM

Brush 302 Brush 306

Unit Number Engine E311 Engine E312 Rescue 314 Tower T310

5” 1200’ 1200’ 100’ 1000

750 20 gal of Class B Foam, Hurst cutters, spreaders, rams, HOLMATRO air bags, cribbing, torches 300 200 200

4”

Hose Carried 3” 1000’ 1200’ 500’

2 ½” 300’ 300’

1 ¾” 400’ 400’ 500’ 300’

1” Booster

Garden Hose

Unit Number Medic 307 Medic 309

Type 2001 Road Rescue 2004 Horton

EMS Vehicles Equipment ALS, Life pack 12 monitor with 12 lead capabilities ALS, Life pack 12 monitor with 12 lead capabilities

Rescue Vehicles Unit Number Boat 301 Boat 302 Air Supply (Station 301)

Type 16’ Flat bottom w/ camera Zodiac inflatable

Car 300

2001 Chevy Tahoe

Equipment Rescue on (dive & rescue boat) 6 bottle cascade system w/ compressor

Extra Equipment 24 Scott 50 series 4.5 air packs

1 1750 Watt generator

4 Positive pressure ventilation fans

3 K-12 saws

1 Radiation monitor

4 Reciprocating saws

2 thermal imaging cameras

1 Foam inductor

4 3500 Watt Generators

2 Foam Pro Packs

2 4 gas air monitors

7 Portable High Band Radios

4 sets dive rescue equipment

4 Mustang cold water suits Dive rescue equipment

Both stations 301 and 302 are equipped with emergency backup power generators.

County Muskingum

Area Covered Twp./Village Falls Twp.

Coverage Fire and EMS

FRAZEYSBURG FIRE DEPARTMENT 26 West Second Street P.O. Box 219 Frazeysburg, Ohio 43822 STATION 400 CALL LETTERS WPYC-493 RADIO FREQUENCIES 33.98 33.86 33.88 33.66 33.44 33.64 33.56 33.60

BUSINESS PHONE 740-828-2300 FAX 740-828-2310 EMAIL WEBSITE: www.frazeysburgfire.org POPULATION 3200 SQUARE MILES 49 Home Chief Asst Chief Asst Chief Captain Captain Lieutenant

Cell 819-9015 819-8389 403-6078 404-1091 252-2323 617-7433

David Smith Rich Pierce Terry Swartz Joe Florian J. R. Simpson Matt Wheeler

D/C 136*628137-2 136*628175*2 136*41*42984 136*693332*2

Unit Number Chief 400 Chief 401 Chief 402 Captain 401 Captain 402 Lt. 400

33- Members 11-24 hr Firefighters 16 -36 hr Firefighters 8- Haz-Mat Tech 4-Operations 24-Awareness 5-Fire Safety Inspectors 5- Medics 1- Intermediate EMT 18- Basic EMT

Fire Apparatus Unit Number

Type 1994 Ford 1988 Pierce 2008 Ford 4x4 2000 Pierce 2001 Pierce

Car 400 Engine/Rescue 402 Grass 403 Engine 404 Tanker 405

Pump N/A 1250 GPM 200 GPM class A Foam 1250 GPM Class A Foam 500 GPM

Tank N/A 1000 200 1000 2000

Hose Carried Unit Number Engine/Rescue 402 Grass 403 Engine 404 Tanker 405

5”

4”

3”

1200’

2 ½” 250’

1500’ 50’

250’ 500’

1 ¾” 400’ 150’ 400’ 400’

EMS Vehicles Unit Number Squad/Medic 420 Squad/Medic 418

Type 2006 Ford 1998 Ford

Equipment ALS ALS

1” Booster 200’

Garden Hose 200’

Extra Equipment Amount 100 Gallon 45 Gallon 1 set w/ Ram 1 set 1 each 1 1 Set 1 2 1 2 1 18 1

Description Class A Foam Class B Foam HOLMATRO Rescue Tools Hurst Rescue Tools 10’ 14’ 24’ 35’ Ladder Small cutting torch 250 Ton Air Bags Air Chisel Portable Pumps Floating Pump 5000 watt Portable Generator Porta- Power Scott 4.5 Scuba 5000 psi Station Cascade

Amount 1 1 1 4 1 3 1 1 3 1 1 10 boxes 23

Description Thermal Imager Thermal Spy Stokes Basket Chain Saws k-12 Saw Reciprocating Saws Co Detector Multi Gas Monitor Foam Educators Foam Pro PPV Fan Misc. HAZ-Mat supplies Scott 4.5 Extra bottles

Area Covered County

Township/Village

Coverage

Muskingum

Village of Frazeysburg

Fire and EMS

Muskingum

Jackson Twp

Fire and EMS

Coshocton

Pike Twp

Fire and EMS

HARRISON TOWNSHIP EMS P.O. Box 391 Philo, OH 43771 CALL LETTERS WPLF 785

BUSINESS PHONE 740-674-4233 FAX 740-674-4233 EMAIL: WEBSITE POPULATION SQUARE MILES

EMS Chief Asst EMS Chief

RADIO FREQUENCY 33.98 33.66 33.44 33.64 33.56 33.60 154.070 H.B. T/A 154.310 H.B C/O

Brian Hatfield Rick Bennett

Home 674-6666 674-6919

Cell 819-8219 252-8570

Unit 571

20 Members

Unit Number 550 551 552

County Muskingum Muskingum Muskingum Muskingum Muskingum Muskingum

EMS Vehicles Type 2001 Ford Mobile medical Ambulance 2005 Ford Burgess 2006 Ford Burgess Ford Expedition 4X4 ATV

Area Covered Twp./Village Blue Rock Twp. Brush Creek Twp. Harrison Twp. Salt Creek Twp. Village of Philo Wayne Twp.

Equipment ALS ALS ALS

Coverage EMS EMS EMS EMS EMS EMS

HARRISON TOWNSHIP FIRE DEPARTMENT P.O. Box 167 Philo, OH 43771 STATION 500

CALL LETTERS WNVR-398

BUSINESS PHONE 740-674-4325 FAX 740-674-5120 EMAIL [email protected] WEBSITE POPULATION SQUARE MILES

Chief Asst. Fire Chief Asst. Fire Chief Captain Lieutenant Lieutenant

RADIO FREQUENCY 33.98 33.66 33.44 33.64 33.56 33.60

Home 674-6154 674-4849 674-4943

Joe Wilson Rich Davis Scott Moore Dan Hartman Todd Elmore Tim Parrill

25 Members

25 Firefighters

Fire Apparatus Unit Number Engine E537 Engine 531 Grass G535 Tanker T537

Type

Pump

Tank

2002 Pierce

1000 GPM

750. rescue tool and air bag

1995 Pierce

1250 GPM MIDSHIP

1000

2007 Ford 4X4

250 Gal pump

250

1992 Mack

300 Gal pump

3650 2100 gal folding tank

Hose Carried Unit Number Engine E537 Engine 531 Grass G535 Tanker T537

Unit Number Rescue R530 Boat Boat Boat

5”

4”

3”

2 ½”

1 ¾”

1” Booster

Garden Hose

1200’ 1200’

Rescue Vehicles Type 2008 GMC 4x4 Rescue 14’ metal flat bottom 14’ metal flat bottom, 10hp motor 20’ metal flat bottom

Equipment Man power, air packs, extra bottles Drag hooks, assorted recovery equip Drag hooks, assorted recovery equip

Extra Equipment Amount 1 1 1 1 1 14 1 1 set 2 1

Description Hand force entry tools Air explosion monitor Rams 24’ extension ladder Cutters Scott air packs 14’ roof ladder Portable lights Portable pumps 10’ GRD ladder

Amount 1 1 1 3 1 14 1 1 5 3

Description Inductors 2100 Gal folding tank Jaws Chain saw Porta power Extra bottles 77 Ton Air bags k-12 res. Saw Portable radios generators

Area Covered County

Township/Village

Coverage

Muskingum

Harrison Twp

Fire and EMS

Muskingum

Brush Creek Twp

Fire and EMS

Licking Township Emergency Squad and Fire Department, Inc. 6705 Dillon Hills Drive. Nashport, OH 43830 STATION 601

CALL LETTERS WNHQ-547

BUSINESS PHONE 740-453-1888 FAX 450-8617 EMAIL [email protected] WEBSITE POPULATION 3200 SQUARE MILES 25

RADIO FREQUENCIES 33.98 TX/RX 33.66 TX/RX 33.44 TX/RX 33.88

Chief Asst. Fire Chief Asst. EMS Chief Fire Captain EMS Captain Lieutenant Lieutenant 17 Firefighters

Home 455-8075 452-1548 452-1584 454-5145 452-2010 453-9488

Robert Klein Jody Leckrone Melissa Leckrone Jon Williams Linda Adams Pete Huey Doug Brown 13 EMT-B

Cell

Unit 611 612 613 614 615 616 617

3 Paramedics

Fire Apparatus Unit Number Engine E601 Tanker T603 Grass G606

Type 1993 Navistar/Pierce 2006 Pierce 2008 Ford F350 4x4

Pump 1250 GPM 1250 GPM 200 GPM skid

Tank 1000 2000 200/ 10 Gal Foam

Hose Carried Unit Number Engine E601 Tanker T603 Grass G606

5”

4” 1500’ 900’

3”

2 ½”

500’

Unit Number Medic/squad M609

EMS Vehicles Type 1998 Ford E450 McCoy Miller Type III

Unit Number Boat 601 Boat 602

Rescue Vehicles Type 16’ Rescue one Flat Boat 40HP Motor 14’ Zodiac Inflatable 25 HP Motor

1 ¾” 350’ 350’ 100’

1” Booster

100’

Equipment ACLS

Equipment

¾”

600’

Amount 12 1 1 1 1 1 6 1500’ 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1

Extra Equipment Description Amount High Band Portable Radios 8 Breathing Air Compressor 3 Cascade and Scuba Fill Station 1 Bullard Thermal Imager 1 5kw Generator 4 SAWZALL 120v 1 Spare 4500 Cylinders 7 4” LDH 2 51/2 hydrant valve 1 4” STORTZ monitor nozzle 1 1000w generator 1 Reeves Sleeves 1 2500 Gal Folding Tank 1 HOLMATRO 3040 NCT Cutter,3242 1 Spreader, cutting tips, pulling tips with 1 chains 3350 telescoping ram & ram Support 32 & 16 hose sections 4 Gas Air Motor

Description Scott 4500 Scuba Cylinders Scuba Cylinders 4kw Generator Air Chisel 4.5 Gated Hydrant Valve Portable 500 GPM Pump Scott 4500psi Scuba Chain Saws 11/2 Saber Jet Nozzle 4” STORTZ adapters PORTA-Power IV Warmer Lifepac 12 2100 Gal Folding Tank HOLMATRO 3150 Combi Tool with manually operated foot pump (compatible with all HOLMATRO tools)

Area Covered County

Township/Village

Coverage

Muskingum

Licking Twp

Fire and EMS

Muskingum

Dillon State Park

Fire and EMS

MUSKINGUM TOWNSHIP FIRE DEPARTMENT 6985 Frazeysburg Road Nashport, OH 43830 STATION 700

CALL LETTERS WQDG-616

BUSINESS PHONE 740-454-7101 FAX 454-6916 EMAIL [email protected] WEBSITE POPULATION SQUARE MILES

Chief Asst. Fire Chief Captain Lieutenant

RADIO REEQUENCT 33.98 33.66 33.88 33.86

Home 819-2346 252-2956 452-2875 624-4750

John Benson Troy Lowe Charlie Mattingly Trevor Starling

Cell

Unit 700 731 717 755

Fire Apparatus Unit Number Engine E704 Engine E702 Grass/Rescue R701 Tanker T703

Type 2002 International 1979 Ford 1988 Chevrolet 4x4 1993 Ford

Unit Number Engine E704 Engine E702 Grass/Rescue R701 Tanker T703

5” 1250’

Pump 1250 GPM 1000 GPM 400 GPM

Tank 1000 1000 250 2500

Hose Carried

Amount 1 1 8 15 10gal 1 1 1 set 1

Description 3500 Watt Generator Smoke Ejectors Air Packs Spare Air bottles Alcohol foam Positive pressure fan Ram Air bags Heat gun

4”

3”

2 ½” 800’ 1000’ 300’

Extra Equipment Amount 1 1 15 Gal 4 6 1 1 1

1 ¾” 900’

1½” 500’ 500’

Description Portable Pump Folding Tank 3% Foam Portable lights Portable radios Jaws Co detector k-12 vent saw

Area Covered County

Township/Village

Coverage

Muskingum

Muskingum Twp

Fire

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NATIONAL TRAIL FIRE DEPARTMENT, INC. P.O. Box 165 Gratiot, OH 43740 CALL LETTERS KTB-304

STATION # 800 BUSINESS PHONE 740-787-2466 FAX 740-787-1026 EMAIL WEBSITE POPULATION SQUARE MILES

Chief Asst. Chief Captain Lieutenant Squad Capt 28 Members

RADIO FREQUENCIES 33.86 33.98 33.66 33.44 33.64 33.56 33.60

Home 787-2007 787-5810

Ted McNamara Steve Dupler Andrew Jones Shawn Buchanan Bill Kelso 21 Firefighters

5 EMT’S

Cell 403-6779 221-2593 624-4415 221-2366 819-3944

Unit 811 812 853 820 859

4 EMT-I

8 Medics

Fire Apparatus Unit Number Engine E832 Engine R831 Grass G837 Tanker T834 Tanker T835

Type 2000 Pierce International 1983 Pierce 1987 GMC 1995 International 1987 Chevrolet

Pump 1250 GPM

Tank 1000

1250 GPM 250 GPM 400 GPM rear mount 400 GPM rear mount

1000 200 1600 and 2100 folding tank 1600 and 2100 folding tank

Hose Carried Unit Number Engine E832 Engine R831

5” 250’

Unit Number Squad S838

Type 1993 Ford

4”

3” 600’

2 ½” 300’ 300’

1 ¾” 600 500’

1½”

EMS Vehicles

Amount 1 set 8 1 10 1

Description Foam Equipment Air packs 5000 watt generator Extra bottles 235 Ton air bags

Equipment ACLS, AED and Heart monitor Extra Equipment Amount 1 10 cans 1 3 1

Description Smoke Ejector Foam Porta Power Portable lights Air chisel

Area Covered County

Township/Village

Coverage

Muskingum

Hopewell Twp

Fire and EMS

Licking

Hopewell Twp

Fire and EMS

Licking

Franklin Twp

Fire and EMS

Licking

Bowling Green

Fire and EMS

Perry

Madison Twp

Fire and EMS

Muskingum

Village of Gratiot

Fire and EMS

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NEW CONCORD FIRE DEPARTMENT P.O. Box 10 New Concord, OH 43762 STATION # 901 & 902

CALL LETTERS KDP-455

BUSINESS PHONE STA.901 740-826-4986 BUSINESS PHONE STA.902 740-826-4986 FAX 740-826-7617 EMAIL [email protected] WEBSITE www.newconcord-oh.gov POPULATION 8,500 SQUARE MILES 72.5

RADIO FREQUENCIES 33.98 33.66 33.90 33.64 33.56 33.60 33.88 33.68

HOME Chief

Brent Gates

255-6387

Asst Chief

Troy Cole

826-1314

Captain

Brian Dunlevy

826-1807

Lieutenant

Korey Crawford

255-0602

Lieutenant

Matt Wood

255-6246

Lieutenant

Harry Sutphen

819-5440

Lieutenant

Jeff Spaulding

255-0194

46 Members

6 Firefighters

21 FF/EMT

WORK 826-7671

9 FF/Medic

5 EMT

Fire Apparatus Unit Number Engine 903 Engine 902 Rescue 901 Tanker 901 Tower 901 Brush 901

Type 1998 Pierce Dash 1991 SUTPHEN 2009 SUTPHEN 1995 Freightliner S&S 1974 SUTPHEN 85’ tower 2008 Ford F350 4x4

Pump 2000 GPM 1500 GPM 1500 GPM 750 GPM 1000 GPM 300

Tank 1000 1000 750 2000 300 200

Hose Carried Unit Number Engine 903 Engine 902 Tanker 901 Rescue 901 Tower 901

Unit Number Medic 903 Medic 901

5” 1075’ 1000’

4”

3” 700’ 400’

2 ½”

1 ¾” 750’ 400’

1000’ 1000’

500’ 500’

EMS Vehicles Type 1998 Ford E350 Horton 2004 Ford E450 Horton

1½”

350’ 500’ 400’

Equipment

¾”

Amount 2 3 1 2 5 1 8

2 1 1 1 1 1 2 1

Description Thermal Image Camera 5000 Watt Generator ZOLL AED Stokes Baskets Deluge Guns Piercing Nozzle Mounted Quartz Lights HOMATRO Air Bags STORTZ 5” Appliances HOMATRO Power Unit 24” HOMATRO Ram 60” HOMATRO Ram HOMATRO Combo Tool HOMATRO Cutter HOMATRO Spreader ZOLL Heart Monitors Vehicle Stabilization Kit

Extra Equipment Amount 23 50 32 3 2 10 6 5 3 4 1 1 2 3 2 2

Description SCBA Scott 4.5 Air Packs High Band Radios Extra Bottles Foam Inductors Come-A-Longs 5 Gal AFFF Foam Portable Lights Chain Saws First Responder Kits K-12 Saws Portable Pump Porta-Power Exhaust Fans PPV Fans LIFEPAK12 Monitors Cold Weather Suits

Area Covered County

Township/Village

Coverage

Muskingum

Union Twp

Fire and EMS

Muskingum

Highland Twp

Fire and EMS

Muskingum

Rich Hill Twp

Fire and EMS

Muskingum

Village of New Concord

Fire and EMS

Muskingum

Muskingum College

Fire and EMS

Guernsey

Westland Twp

Fire and EMS

Muskingum

Village of Norwich

Fire and EMS

Guernsey

Adams Twp.

Fire and EMS

NEWTON TOWNSHIP DIVISION OF FIRE 5490 Maysville Pike, P.O. Box 181 White Cottage, OH 43791 STATION 1081

CALL LETTERS KZQ-783

BUSINESS PHONE 740-849-2418 FAX 740-849-2324 E-MAIL [email protected] WEBSITE: www.newtontownship.org POPULATION: 5,402 (2000 census) SQUARE MILES : 36.2 Chief Asst. Fire Chief Asst Fire Chief Captain Captain Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant 35 Members

12 FF

Allen Deaver Larry Geiger Tim Swingle Shane Stephenson Craig Knox David Lovejoy Josh Bryan Jeremy Yarger Todd Hensley 15 EMTS

RADIO FREQUENCY 33.98 33.66 33.44 33.64 33.56 33.60 154.205

HOME 849-2192 453-4269 849-2190

CELL 819-0080 819-0065 819-0077

588-9652

12 Paramedics

1 Photographer

Fire Apparatus Unit Number Engine E1081 Engine E1082 Engine E1083 Grass G1081 Ladder L1081

Unit Number Boat B1081 Boat B1082

Type 1989 Pierce Dash 2001 Pierce Saber 1996 Pierce Dash 2000 Chevy 2500 4 wd 2007 Pierce Dash

Pump 1250 GPM 1500 GPM 1750 GPM 250 GPM 1750 GPM

Tank 1000 750; class A & CAFS Foam system 1000 125 750; Class A&CAFS foam, rope rescue

Rescue Vehicles Type Equipment 13’ Johnboat (flat bottom)9.9 HP Motor Dive, rescue and recovery gear, rubber boat 14’ Avon inflatable 35 HP Motor Dive, Rescue, Recover Equipment

Hose Carried Unit Number Engine E1081 Engine E1082 Engine E1083 Ladder L1081 Unit Number Medic/Squad S1081 Medic/Squad S1082

• •

5” 1000’ 1000’ 1000’ 500’

4”

3”

EMS Vehicles Type 2006 International Tri-Star Horton 2003 International Tri-Star Horton

Permanent Med-Flight landing pad with landing lights Red Cross designated comfort and disaster station

2 ½” 800’ 600’ 600’ 200’

1 ¾” 400’ 600’ 600’ 600’

1½”

Equipment ALS, LIFEPAK 12 ALS, LIFEPAK 12 N3952.50

W8205.73

¾”

Amount 4 1 1450’ 1 3 1 25 1 set 30 3

Extra Equipment Description Amount 50,000 BTU space heaters 4 Stihl cut off say 1250’ 3” Hose (spare) 300’ Cold water Mustang suit 4 bottle Exhaust fans 1 Piercing nozzle 1 Scott 4.5 SCBA 4 sets Air bags 6 Portable radios 1 set 95 Gal foam inductors 50

Description Honda lite generators 1 ¾ “ hose(spare) 5” Hose (spare) Cascade system Mask fit tester Air chisel kit Scuba gear Stihl Chain saws Amkus tool/cutters/rams Scott bottles

Area Covered County

Township/Village

Coverage

Muskingum

Newton Twp

Fire and EMS

Perry

East End Madison Twp

Fire and EMS

AUTOMATIC RESPONSE ROSEVILLE, CLAY & BRUSH CREEK TWP.CROOKSVILLE, SPRINGFIELD TWP., SO. ZANESVILLE

PERRY TOWNSHIP FIRE DEPARTMENT 4625 Boggs Road Zanesville, OH 43701 STATION # 1200

CALL LETTERS KXZ-522

BUSINESS PHONE 740-452-3293 FAX 740-452-3293 EMAIL station: [email protected] Chief: [email protected] POPULATION: 2,500 WEBSITE SQUARE MILES: 25.6

Chief Asst Chief Fire Captain Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant Safety Officer EMS Captain

3 Members

RADIO FREQUENCIES 33.98 33.66 33.60 33.44 33.64 33.56 33.86 33.90 155.20 T/A 158.8425/8675 MARCS

Phone 452-2401 819-4353 454-7481 872-4251 819-1471 844-0031 452-0252 872-3007 844-0480

Justin Rodgers Josh Robinson Jim Porter Mark Coen John Nolan Doug West Mike West Dave Danison Terry Johnson

27 Firefighters

Unit 1201 1202 1203 1204 1205 1206 1207 1208 1209

7 EMTS

3 Paramedics

Fire Apparatus Unit Number

Type

Pump

Tank

Engine E1201

1999 Pierce Dash

2000 GPM

Engine E1204

2004 SUTPHEN

1500 GPM MIDSHIP

Engine E1205

1988 Pierce Dash

1000 GPM

Tanker 1207

2008 Pierce Contender

12500 GPM

Brush B1203

2007 GMC 4x4 1 ton

200 GPM

Truck T1206

1988 Chevy 4x4

1500; 7500 KW generator 10” quick dump 750; 12,000 LB winch;8500kw generator,4 Bottle 6000psi Cascade/Fill Sysytem 1500; 2100 gal fold-a-tank; 10” quick dump 3500 Gal Tank, 3500 gal fold-a-tank Rear 10’ Quick Dump 2 Side 10’ Quick Dump 200; 10 gal foam, 12000lb winch front mounted, First Responder Truck Utility

Rescue Vehicles Unit Number

Type

Equipment

Engine E1204

2005 Sutphen

Medium duty rescue, 6000 PSI Cascade system; 8500 KW Generator, AED & First responder

Brush B1203

2007 GMC 4x4

12,000 LB winch front mounted, first responder vehicle & AED

Hose Carried Unit Number Engine E1201 Engine E1204 Engine E1205

5”

4” 1050’ 1000’ 1050’

3”

1000’

2 ½” 75’ 275’ 275’

1 ¾” 400’ 200’ 200’

1½” 400’ 200’ 200’

EMS Vehicles Unit Number Squad 1202

Type 2001 Horton F450 Type III

Equipment ALS capable

¾” 300’ 300’ 200’

Amount 1 1 2 4 1 2 1 2 3 2 1 1 3 2 12 1

Extra Equipment Description Amount HOLMATRO Jaws & Cutter 2 50 Ton Telescoping Ram 3 10 Ton Porta-Power 3 Matjacket Air Bags 8 Air Chisel/Impact Set 6 High Lift Manual Jacks 2 2 Ton Come-a-Longs 1 Positive Pressure Fans 1 Electric Fans 1 Rehab Cooling Fans 1 6 Bottle 6000psi In house cascade 1 system and Fill Station 60 Gal AFFF 1 Foam Inductors 2 AED 14 Spare SCBA Cylinders 1 Bullard T3 Thermal Imager

Description Stihl Chop Saws Chain Saws Generators Portable Flood Lights 100’ Rescue Ropes 200’ Rescue Ropes Misc. Vertical Rescue Equipment Spill Kit 5”x 5”x (4) 2.5” Manifold Valve 4’x(2) 2.5” Ball Valve 5’x (2) 2.5” Ball Valve 15 Gal Class A Deluge Guns SCBAS SCBA RIT refill wand/hoses

Area Covered County

Township/Village

Coverage

Muskingum

Perry Twp

Fire and EMS

ROSEVILLE FIRE DEPARTMENT Station-9 W. First St./Mail-107 N. Main St. Roseville, OH 43777 STATION # 1300 CALL LETTERS WPRV-213 BUSINESS PHONE 740-697-7762 FAX 740-697-0309 EMAIL WEBSITE http://www.rosevillevfd.net POPULATION SQUARE MILES

Chief Asst. Chief Fire Captain Fire Lieutenant EMS Captain EMS Lt.

RADIO FREQUENCIES 33.98 33.66 33.44 33.64 33.56 33.60 HB 155.265 156.045 154.340 400MHz Capability & MARCS

Phone 697-0490 694-0094 697-0872

Ed Guy Jeff Graybill Bryan Stickel Travis Keylor Al Laese Darby Guy

Unit 1301 1302 1306 1308 1305 1307

697-0490

20 Members Firefighter II (4) Firefighter I (3)36 Firefighter (12) Drivers (3) EMT-B (7) EMT-1(3) CPR Instructor (1)

Fire Apparatus Unit Number Engine 1301 Engine 1302

Type 1995 Pierce 2000 Pierce

Air Wagon/Trailer Brush Truck G1301 4X4 ATV

1992 Ford ¾ ton 2008 Polaris

Pump 1250 GPM 1250

Tank 1000, deck gun 1000; Deck gun, rear quick dump, 2500 Gal dump tank

8 Cascade Tank 25 gal & Pull behind trailer

Hose Carried Unit Number Engine 1301 Engine 1302

5” 1100’ 1000’

Unit Number Squad 1301 Squad 1302

EMS Vehicles Type 2000 Marque-Commander 2004 Medtec FD144

Amount 1 3 2 1 1 1 1 2 3 10 40 2 1

4”

3”

Extra Equipment Description Amount 1500 watt Generator 1 5h 250gpm trash pumps 1 35’ extension ladder 3 500gpm Portable Pump 1 Hose Jacket 1 Stair Chair 1 Porta Power 3 Portable Lights 6 Hose Clamps 2 3” Hose Sections 20 2.5” Hose Sections 15 GPS Units 1 Thermal Camera 1

2 ½” 600’ 500’

1 ¾”

1½” 400’ 300’

Equipment ALS ALS

Description 3000 watt Generator Air Chisel Stokes baskets Air Trailer-8 Cascade Bottles 1000 watt mini generator Hose Tester Attic Ladders 25 gal Foam CO Monitors 5” Hose Sections 1.5” Hose Sections Digital Camera 1500 Gal Folding Tank

¾”

Amount 4 1 ? 1 1

Description Deck Guns Hose Jacket 400 MHz Mobile Radios Adult CPR Rescue Annie 8’ flatbed trailer

Amount 1 3 7 1 2

1 1 6 1 2 1 2

TNT set rescue tools Foam Pack WMD Suits WMD Body Bag HD Positive Air Fans Brass Bell Stair Chairs

1 1 25 1 1 1 15

Description ATV, 25gal Trailer, Blade Hose Clamps CPR Mannequins/carry case CPR Infant Water Rescue kit/floating backboards TNT Ram Wench WMD respirators Set of Incident Command Vests Super Vac Exhaust Fans LDH Dump tank Trailer Backboards

Area Covered County

Township/Village

Coverage

Muskingum/Perry

Village of Roseville

Fire and EMS

Muskingum

Clay Twp

Fire and EMS

Muskingum

Brush Creek Twp

Fire and EMS

Perry

Harrison Twp

Fire and EMS

SOUTH ZANESVILLE FIRE DEPARTMENT STATION # 1400

24 East Main Street South Zanesville, OH 43702 CALL LETTERS WPAG-203

BUSINESS PHONE 740-453-1171 FAX 740-455-8764 EMAIL WEBSITE POPULATION SQUARE MILES

Chief Asst. Fire Chief Captain Lieutenant

RADIO FREQUENCIES 33.98 33.66 33.44 33.64 33.56 33.60

Home 454-6110 452-9459 452-2883 450-0192

Norm Mansfield Eric James Chris Parlin Robert Kirkbride

Cell 221-6110

819-6583

Fire Apparatus Unit Number Grass E1411 Engine E1415 Tanker T1413 Air Truck

Type 2004 Ford 2008 Pierce 1996 Pierce 2000 GMC 2500

Pump 200 GPM 1500 GPM 1250 GPM

Tank 250; Class A Foam; Rakes, Beaters 750;compressed air and foam system;24’ & 14’ ladder 1250; 35’ Ladder, 14’ Ladder; 2200 gal folding tank 6000 PSI Cascade system set up to fill 2 cylinders

Hose Carried Unit Number

5”

Engine E1410 Grass E1411 Engine E1415 Tanker T1413

4”

3”

2 ½”

1000’

400’

1000’

700’ 700’

1 ¾”

1” Booster

700’ 150’ 700’ 500’

¾”

200’

Rescue Vehicles Unit Number Boat Engine E1410

Amount 1 2 12 1 1 2 10 6

Type 14’ Inflatable with 25 HP motor 1989 Pierce

Extra Equipment Description Amount PPV Fan 2 200 GPM Portable Pump 1 Spare 4500 PSI Cylinders 4 Complete air bag system 2 500w Tripod lights 1 Chain Saws 1 Scott 4.5 Air packs 2 Portable Flood Lights

Equipment Cold Water Rescue Suit 1250 GPM

Description Deluge Gun 3500w portable generator Gas Air monitors AEDS Partner K12 Saw Thermal imager camera Ventilations Saws

Area Covered County

Township/Village

Coverage

Muskingum

South Zanesville

Fire and EMS

Muskingum

Springfield Twp.

Fire and EMS

1000; 24’ Ladder

WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP FIRE DEPARTMENT 2310 Adamsville Road P.O. Box 2826 Zanesville, OH 43702 STATION # 1500

CALL LETTERS KXC-996

BUSINESS PHONE 740-452-2221 FAX 740-450-3265 EMAIL [email protected] WEBSITE www.firehouse.com TX151.4525 POPULATION 4389 SQUARE MILES 27.7 8/MUSK.

RADIO FREQUENCIES 33.98 33.66 33.44 33.56 33.60 33.64 33.86 33.90 TX & RX PL 103.5 HIGH BAND REPEATER RX156.0750 DPL 115 MARCS PORTABLE W/ STATE/REG CO. ZONES

Chief Asst. Chief Lt. Lt. EMS Coord. Chaplin President 20-FF

5-EMT’s

Gene Hanning Dave Kreis Adam Drake Dave Buchanan Lori Wortman Lee Ann Dunlap Adam Siddle 2-Medics

Home 454-0044 453-5829 452-4693 453-1457 455-9975 452-7668 891-4822

Cell 740-819-5837 740-319-8294 740-819-9338 614-205-7072 740-607-9313 740-207-8109 740-252-8109

20-HazMat Awareness

Unit 139 142 106 101 164 144 146

13 HazMat Ops

1-HazMat Tech

Fire Apparatus Unit Number Engine/Rescue 1510 Engine/Tanker 1520 Brush 1540 Tanker 1530 Command

Type 2005 Pierce

Pump 1500 GPM

1997 Pierce

1250 GPM

1995 Dodge 4x4 1974 Ford 1998 Ford 4x4

250 GPM 250 GPM

Tank 1000; Med duty rescue tools & Equip/Foam Eq./Thermal imager/R.I.C. equipped 1250; deck gun, quick dump/fold-a-tank/Foam equip/Thermal imager/R.I.C. equipped 250; 2 booster reels/ wild land/grass hand tools/ saws/ leaf blower/ Foam equip. 1000; quick dump/ Foam Equip. Mobile ICS & Mapping/Air monitor

Hose Carried Unit Number

5”

Engine/Resuce 1510 Engine/Tanker 1520 Tanker 1530

3”

1200’ 1200’ 1200’

2 ½”

1 ¾”

1” Booster

500’ 500’ 500’

EMS Vehicles Type 1995 Ford Horton Modular

Unit Number Medic/Squad 1580

Amount 1 1

4”

Extra Equipment Description Amount Station SCBA cascade 1 Station emergency back-up power

Equipment ALS/BLS response

Description Fill station

Area Covered County

Township/Village

Coverage

Muskingum

Washington Twp

Fire and EMS

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Automatic Response Receive Automatic Response Receive Automatic Response

Adamsville/Perry/Wayne

Fire Departments

Adamsville/Perry/Zanesville

Fire Departments

Community Ambulance

Washington Twp

Registered

Ohio Fire Chief’s

Mutual Aid State Emergency Response Plan

WAYNE TOWNSHIP DUNCAN FALLS VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT P.O. Box 336 Duncan Falls, OH 43734-0336 STATION # 1600

CALL LETTERS KCP-570

BUSINESS PHONE 740-674-4444 FAX 740-674-7040 EMAIL [email protected] WEBSITE POPULATION: 6229 SQUARE MILES: 74

RADIO FREQUENCIES33.98 33.86 33.66 33.68 33.90 33.56

Chief Asst. Fire Chief Asst. Fire Chief Lieutenant Lieutenant 32 Members

Donald Alexander Steve Farus Kevin Dement Dave Woodward Roy Williams

32 Firefighters

674-4547 674-4333 674-4793 674-6396 674-6177

2 EMT

Wayne-1 Wayne-2 Wayne-3 Wayne-4 Wayne-5

3 Medic

2 Divers

Fire Apparatus Unit Number Engine/pumper 22 Engine/Pumper 23 Engine/Tanker 25 Grass 24 Grass 26

Type 2006 Pierce Enforcer 2002 Pierce Saber 1989 Pierce Dash 1987 Chevrolet 4x4 1999 Polaris 4x4 ATV

Pump 1500 GPM 1250 GPM 1250 GPM 135 GPM

Tank Compressed air, class A foam system 1200 1500; dump valve, folding tank 219; Class A Foam system 25

Hose Carried Unit Number Engine/pumper 22 Engine/Pumper 23 Engine/Tanker 25 Grass 24 • • •

5”

4” 600’ 1000’

3”

2 ½”

600’ 1000’ 575’

400’ 200’ 200’

2”

1 ¾”

1 ½”

1” Booster

300’ 600’ 300’ 135’

Engine 22 is designed to lay dual lines 3” and 4” Engine 23 is designed to lay dual 3” lines Engine 25 is designed to be a water supply engine, rural or urban

Rescue Vehicles Unit Number Rescue 21

Type 1988 Pierce Arrow 16 Ft Rescue Box

Equipment Torch, Rescue tools, Jaw, cutters, generator etc.

150’

Amount 17 21 1 set 8 2 28 2 3 sets 2 2 1 1 2 2 2 3 2 3 sets 3 1 2 1 1 2

Extra Equipment Description Amount 45 min Scott Air packs 5 Extra cylinders 1 Entry tools 2 Portable flood lights 1 Rescue Saws 4 Portable radios 1 Piercing nozzles 2 Repelling equip 2 Hurst power units 2 Hurst spreader (jaws) 2 6000 PSI Comp/cascade 1 3000 w generator 1 Stokes baskets 1 5 gal cans A Foam 6 Chain Saws 3 Halligan Bars 4 Mounted 500w lights 1 Scuba gear 9 Foam Eductors 1 K tool lock puller 1 set 21” positive pressure fan 1 Heat gun 1 Frac tank to 2 ½” reducer 2 Battery sawsalls 2

Description 60 min Scott Air packs 4 ton porta power Boats and dragging equip 16” exhaust fans Portable pumps Echo6700 Vent. Saw Air chisels Co detectors Hurst cutter Ram Amkus (Hurst comp) 3300 w generators 7500 w generator 16” Exhaust Fan Salvage covers Deluge guns Mounted 1500w flood lights Thermal image camera 5 gal can AFFF Foam Hot stick 5 air bags 117 ton Scott ric pack Electric chain saw 6500w generator 900 Watt Mounted Floodlight

Area Covered County

Township/Village

Coverage

Muskingum

Wayne Twp

Fire

Muskingum

Salt Creek

Fire

Muskingum

Blue Rock

Fire

ZANESVILLE FIRE DEPARTMENT 332 SOUTH STREET ZANESVILLE, OHIO 43701 \ CENTRAL STATION CALL LETTERS KUY-293 BUSINESS PHONE 455-0700 FAX 455-0761 EMAIL WEBSITE POPULATION

RADIO FREQUENCIES 154.145 154.235 155.085

Chief Deputy Chief Asst. Fire Chief Asst. Fire Chief Asst. Fire Chief Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant

Dave Lacy Craig Stemm Bruce Burley Kevin Thomas Dave Huey Eric Waltermire Bob Long Randy Dunn Marty Mercer Jim Prang Scott Ford Jeff Jadwin Ed Kinsel Andy Gardner

53 Members

Cell 819-4425 819-4427 819-4434 819-4429 819-5080 819-3493 819-3487 819-3400 819-3407 819-3450 819-3484 819-3470 819-3418 252-1637

Home 455-0715 455-0713 455-0713 455-0713 455-0713

Unit FD30 FD50 FD70 FD60 FD40 FD81 FD82 FD83 FD84 FD85 FD86 FD87 FD88 FD89

53 Firefighters/EMTS

Fire Apparatus Unit Number Engine 1 Engine 8 Engine 2 Engine 3 Tower 5 Ladder 6 FD #719

Location Central Pine/Eppley Leonard Ave Central

Type 2008 SUTPHEN Rescue/Engine 1991 Quality Pump 1997 Freightliner/Pierce 1997 Freightliner/Pierce 1981 Sutphen 90’ Tower 1987 Pierce 105’ aerial ladder Custom built trailer

Pump 1500 GPM 1500 GPM 1250 GPM 1250 GPM 1500 GPM 1500 GPM 1000 GPM

Tank 750; Deck gun 750; Deck gun 750; Deck gun 750; Deck gun 300 250 150 gal foam, deck gun

**Engine 1, 2, 3 and Ladder 6 equipped with EMS First Responder supplies and #1, #2, #3, #6, #9, & #13 are equipped with AED’s.

Hose Carried Unit Number Engine 1 Engine 2 Engine 3 Tower 5 Ladder 6 FD #719

5” 1000’ 800’ 1000’ 600’

4”

3” 800’

2 ½” 500’ 800’ 800’

700’ 700’ 100’

1 ¾” 350’ 350’ 350’ 350’ 350’

1 ½” 300’ 300’ 300’

400’

¾”

Unit Number FD-7 FD-17 & FD-17 FD 729 Rescue boats on trailer Fire safety house FD 20 FD 9 Command FD 10 FD 12 FD 13 FD 15 FD 21 FD 22 FD 717

Rescue Vehicles Type 1999 GMC 3500 w/ trailer package Hazmat truck & Trailer Zodiac rubber high floatation and Sheriff’s flat bottom boat w/ motor 2008 Chevy Impala 2009 Chevy Suburban 1991 Ford Crown Victoris 1991 GMC 2009 Trail Blazer/Stemm 1997 Ford Pickup Rescue One Boat Kawasaki Mule Sheriff’s Boat

Equipment 16 channel high and low band radio Ropes and Rescue equipment

Chief’s car Asst Chief’s Vehicle Station #2 Station #3

Additional Equipment

Haz Mat Truck & Trailer #16 & #17

Tech Rescue Tractor & Trailer #18

Dry Suits for Water Rescue

MUSKINGUM COUNTY FIREMEN’S ASSOCIATION RADIO/DISPATCHING GUIDELINES Revised May 11, 2006

A committee from the Muskingum County Firemen’s Association was appointed to look into radio traffic / Dispatching on 33.98 by President Hartman. The committee has met several times along with Dispatch Supervisor Kim Hambel and received input from the Dispatchers at Muskingum Fire Control. The group has agreed on the following revised guidelines for all Fire & EMS Departments in Muskingum County. All departments need to review these guidelines with their department so all members have a clear understanding of the guidelines. 1. All Emergency calls will be answered by M.F.C. (Muskingum Fire Control) through 9-1-1 or the county 7 digit emergency number. If you receive a direct or on station call you should notify M.F.C. of the call. They will create a call in C.A.D. (computer aided dispatch) and keep times. 2. M.F.C. will alert the appropriate agency by giving a voice message, tones, and the message repeated with the type of run, including name of residence. A 4 minute time is started now. 3. The department needs to acknowledge traffic from M.F.C. informing them they are clear and responding, (meaning a vehicle is physically responding) or clear and responding shortly. “In some cases the Chief or another officer may go direct to the scene and handle the situation or request”. If M.F.C. hears no response in 4 minutes, the department is retoned. If there is no response in 2 additional minutes, M.F.C. is to start the next nearest mutual aid department. Should the original department then respond, mutual aid can be canceled by the original Department. M.C.F. will not keep toning for people. If they have not responded by now they are not going to. C.A.S. will be sent for EMS coverage if your department boundaries touch the city or there is no other department available. 4. M.F.C. needs to know when a vehicle is responding, (meaning physically responding). If they do not hear units responding after a reasonable time following the base taking directions; they will inquire if you are responding. If M.F.C. receives no answer, they are to dispatch mutual aid. It is important that departments do not respond by stating they are or will be responding and then allow many minutes to pass before telling M.F.C. they cannot respond. If you are unsure if you will get a crew, request mutual aid, it can always be canceled. 5. Use common language when communicating to each other. The use of Code 16 & code 99 could be the only exception to this. Say what you mean do not use codes. 6. M.F.C. needs to hear that you are responding and on the scene. Squads and each truck should mark responding, on scene, en-route to hospital, and back in service. Multiple units do not need to report back in service if they are all back in service at the same time. One unit can call in for all. M.F.C. does not need to know units are back on their station. Please remember that all departments in our county and a neighboring county share a common radio dispatch frequency. Please keep remarks short and in common language, clear, and professional. Please share the radio, especially if another department is being dispatched. Their traffic may be far more important than yours. 7. M.F.C. will assist in calling the needed utility and other support agencies. They have a direct line to do so. Use the closes address for a location. The utilities like the address better than the pole number. 8. Departments with high band radios are encouraged to use these radios to communicate directly with the paid services, hospitals, Zanesville Fire etc. 9. Medical Helicopter guidelines. When setting up a L.Z. (landing zone) give M.F.C. the address or closes cross street or intersection and they can obtain the Lat.- Long. for the helicopter with their mapping software. There is no need to give them the Lat. Long over the radio unless you have no other way of telling them where you are. Hospital Frequency is to be used as the main channel with the county fire ground 33.66 103.5 as a backup or for departments that do not have the hospital channel. If you call for the helicopter and you do not have the hospital frequency

inform the dispatch to us 33.66 to communicate with Medical Helicopters . Dispatch will give this freq. to the Helicopters dispatch when they call for the helicopter. (Hospital 155.220 103.5 PL or Fire ground 33.66 103.5 PL Transmit and Receive) These frequencies are in the rolodex in dispatch. 10. When a department marks on the scene of an injury accident M.C.F. will advise which Law Enforcement is handling and the E.T.A. when it is available. A department may request law enforcement’s E.T.A. if they are not on the scene in a reasonable time. 11. Wreckers are to be requested by the departments only when it is a quick clear incident, rescue or possibly a time delay for the department to the scene. The Patrol and S.O. need to follow a rotation set up by the county wrecker companies request. 12. The O.I.C. Should be the person to request mutual aid. The request should be made directly to M.F.C. for in county and to other out of county dispatch centers when applicable to save time and radio traffic. 13. Departments need to utilize one of the 4 fire ground quadrant frequencies as much as possible. The dispatcher has the authority to tell a department to go to a/your quadrant frequency if needed. They should be in the order specified in attachment. (see attachment) All departments are to use the 4 fire ground frequencies or their high band for runs and every day events. Dispatch also should tell a department to go to a/your quadrant frequency if there is other traffic. Departments should do everything in their power not to talk on the cross patch systems. These have and do cause many problems due to them talking on a 100 watt or more radio. This is why the quadrant frequencies were set up. Most departments also have mobile repeaters in their vehicles that could be used instead of the cross patch systems. 14. If you need dispatch times, etc., please call 452-3637 ext. 148 Do not tie up the radio. 15. If there is some type of problem during the run the dispatcher will contact their Supervisor who will in turn contact the

Department chief or officer in charge of the run after the incident is over and advise them of the problem. The chief or officer in charge should handle the problem. Only the Fire or E.M.S. chief should communicate with the Dispatch Supervisor to discuss problems with dispatch. DO NOT CALL THE DISPATCHER! 16. The use of the M.A.R.C.S. radio system is to be used for County or State wide emergencies only. Do not call M.F.C. on M.A.R.C.S. for everyday requests. The U.S.A.R. , Region 8 teams and departments with their own talk groups along with the S.E.R.P. plan will be using M.A.R.C.S. as their primary channel during an incident. 17. All Departments should follow the same numbering system within the county. Most are using their station number with each vehicle numbered after that. This is the best for M.F.C.. ( 200 station number with vehicles 201-202-203 etc.) examples “ Engine 201 responding” “Squad 209 on scene” Departments are Grandfathered in to whatever they are using now until new equipment is put in service. 18. Departments should not respond to the scene of an incident that they are told that is not safe. M.F.C. should relay all the information about the incident to the departments. The emergency responders need to know what is happening at the scene as well as the deputies. We get more information by listing to the S.O. channel than on ours !!! M.F.C. will assign a staging area that is close to the incident but not jeopardizing anyone. If this staging area is not suitable to you contact M.F.C. and give them the new staging area. If you are ahead of the Law Enforcement there is no need to run Emergency and then park and wait. The 4 minute time frame will still be used for a response with these types of incidents. There is no need for emergency response to get there and wait for Law Enforcement. M.F.C. will advise when it is safe to go in or to return to you station. 19. All Fax machines need to be made available to all members so they can get their times and the other needed information from them. 20. If you are going to be out of service for any reason you need to call M.F.C. 740-452-3637 ext 148 and advise them of this. M.F.C. does not need to know when a piece of equipment is on any type special detail unless they will need mutual aid sent at the time of call. If they are on a special detail and have a crew that can respond when the tones are set they do not need mutual aid sent. ( parades, festivals, fire school, fair grounds, mock drills etc.) If a piece of equipment is going

on a call in another county and you will or may need mutual aid advise M.F.C. over the radio. 98 should not be used for these type events. 21. Always wait for a response from M.F.C. before giving your message. 22. Z.F.D. has a contract for All Schools and County Buildings. The O.I.C. should cancel Z.F.D. as soon as possible if they are not needed. 23. Radio checks should be kept to a minimum and should not be done when any other department is on a run.

EMERGENCY ALERTS FIRE FIGHTER IN TROUBLE Mayday Mayday Mayday

Firefighter in trouble\ lost\out of air

Officer in charge or Command Post owns the airway and directs rescue assignment of equipment and personnel This is to be announced on the Fire ground and 33.98 Frequencies.

EMERGENCY EVACUATION Solid or Long Air Horn Blast along with announcing Evacuation of area or structure on the radio. All personnel to meet at the Command Post for accountability (PAR) and or follow the assignment given by the O.I.C. This again is to be announced on the fire ground and 33.98 Frequencies

Structure Fire with People trapped or inside Dispatch will send the next closes engine company and Zanesville Fire Department unless otherwise requested by the main department, along with the initial assignment as a R.I.C. team on initial dispatch The O.I.C. should cancel departments not needed as soon as possible

Emergency traffic Individual \ officer\ unit calling for emergency traffic all units yield all communications traffic so this person can transmit without interruption. This individual will advise when to clear the emergency traffic. This is to be done on 33.98

P.A.R. This for the personal accountability reporting system that should be called every 20 minutes by the safety officer when personnel are operating in the (I.D.L.H.) immediate dangerous to life and health area. This is to be done on the frequency you are using. If requested by the OIC MFC will call for PAR every _____minutes

COMMON LANGUAGE SUGGESTIONS: Working Fire or extrication First unit on the scene to report size up of situation to dispatch. Dispatch is to repeat this size up. Working fire or extrication defines to the dispatch and incoming units that multiple tactics and goal must be accomplished to stabilize the incident. Situation Contained No additional equipment ( other than what is responding or on the scene) is need to handle the incident. The situation is stable or under control with equipment assigned to the incident. If you do not need the incoming equipment let M.F.C. know and they will cancel it. MFC should repeat the message for all incoming units to hear. R.I.C. Team This is a Rapid Intervention Crew. This crew may be assigned to assemble tools-SCBA-Ropes-Thermal Camera-LadderSaws and stand by near the CP to be deployed in the event of a MAYDAY call or rescue should be needed on the emergency scene Service Run A request for the Fire or E.M.S. services of the department to assist or handle a non-emergency situation, on a temporary basis. (wires down, C\O alarm no illness , assist elderly, fuel spill, illeagal burn and other minor problems) Automatic Response A/R Where two or more departments have agreed on a specific area these departments will be dispatched on all structure fires. Dual Response

Where two or more departments have agreed on a specific area or structures that these departments will automatically be dispatched on the initial dispatch. Mutual Aid When a specific unit or officer is requesting additional units or equipment to be dispatched due to the nature of the incident or the inability to have adequate resources available to handle the incident. The O.I.C. should mark M.F.C. and specify what they want as mutual aid. The O.I.C. should cancel mutual aid as soon as it is not needed. D.O.A.

Victim or patient is deceased Incident Command

Incident Command is the process of setting up a command person or point for an incident. After it is set the commander is referred to as _______Command ( Dresden road Command) not incident command. Terminology Dispatch (Attention Newton Twp. respond to a house, car, shed, garage, grass fire or auto accident at ________) Use unit number ( Engine Tanker 1520) responding to ________

Unit # ___ enroute to (station, hospital, Etc.) On Scene with initial size up- M.F.C. will repeat this info for incoming units. ONLY PERTINENT information should be given. (working fire, 2 car with working extrication, nothing showing) Request mutual aid from _________with a (squad, tanker, engine, manpower) Message received: unit or piece of equipment acknowledged transmission of information or message These guidelines are an attempt to establish professional guidelines and provide excellent service to our customers.

OLD GUIDELINES FROM 1998 & 2001 MUSKINGUM COUNTY RADIO FREQUENCIES REVISED JULY 29. 1998 PLEASE INSTALL IN THIS ORDER IN ALL NEW RADIOS CHANNEL 1 33.98 CHANNEL 2 33.66 CHANNEL 3 33.44 CHANNEL 4 33.64 CHANNEL 5 33.56 CHANNEL 6 33.60 CHANNEL 7 33.86 CHANNEL 8 33.90 33.98 SHOULD BE THE PRIMARY COMMUNICATIONS CHANNEL WITH THE SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT. 33.66 WILL BE THE BACK UP CHANNEL TO THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE WHEN 98 IS OVERLOADED. (AFTER NEW RADIOS ARE INSTALLED AT SHERIFF’S DEPT.) •

33.44 NW FRAZEYSBURG, DRESDEN, MUSKINGUM TWP. LICKING, FALLS AND NAT. TRAILS



33.64 NE ADAMSVILLE, PERRY NEW CONCORD, AND WASHINGTON



33.56 SE HARRISON AND WAYNE



33.60 SW NEWTON, ROSEVILLE, AND SOUTH ZANESVILLE

TO: Muskingum County Fireman’s Association FROM: M.C.F.A. Radio Committee REF: Tone Guard DATE: May 10,2001 The Radio Committee recommends that all Muskingum County Fire and EMS have their radio’s equipped with PL tone 103.5 on the Tx. Side only at this time and have this completed by June 4st, 2001. All channels being used in the county should have this same PL tone. The Sheriff’s office will install this PL in their 33.98 main station transmitter next week. PL tones will be sent along with dispatch tones. All Departments must have kick back tones in working order by June 4th After each department has completed this first process they should notify Bo Keck at 454-1911 or fax 455-7911. When all departments have completed step 1 the Sheriff will install RX PL and the Departments can either put Rx. PL on or continue carrier squelch. Frequencies must be installed in the same order as per the letter from from the Association dated July 29, 1998 (see list below) and that the counties around us be notified of these changes. We recommend that the departments utilized their county Fire and EMS monies for this project. If you have any problem with this project contact Bo or any member of the committee. o 33.98 Main dispatch and communications channel o 33.66 Backup channel to communicate with dispatch o 33.44 North West Fire Ground o 33.64 North East Fire Ground o 33.56 SouthEast Fire Ground o 33.60 South West Fire Ground o 33.86 Licking County o 33.90 Guernsey County o Others as departments need

Thank You M.C.F.A. Radio Committee