Snohomish County, WA

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Sites & Frequencies for the Snohomish County trunk system

Talkgroups for the Snohomish County trunk system
Snohomish County Sheriff East map
Snohomish County Sheriff North map
Snohomish County Sheriff South map
Snohomish County Fire district map
Snohomish County Emergency Radio System
Snohomish County Sheriff Home Page
Snohomish County Emergency Management
Snohomish County Outstanding Warrants Inquiry
Washington State Courts Case Search



     
Snohomish County  -  City and county police agencies





Most Snohomish County Fire/Law Enforcement are on a County-Wide 800Mhz Motorola Type
II Radio System.  Refer to "Site and Frequency Information" page to set up this system
in your radio.  I will only outline the Talkgoup ID's and various conventional
frequencies for the various cities on this page.


		SNOPAC	
	1121 SE Everett Mall Way, Everett WA 98208
 The following police agencies are dispatched by SNOPAC:


Everett Police Department

EV POL 1 - TGID 48	Main Dispatch
EV POL 2 - TGID 80	Data
EV POL 3 - TGID 112	Car to Car
EV POL 4 - TGID 144	Car to Car
EV TAC-1 - TGID 176	Car to Car
EV TRAIN - TGID 208	Training
EV CID   - TGID 240	Criminal Investigations Division

153.980 (127.3) Everett Public Works

Snohomish County Sheriff's Department

South Disp - TGID 1648	South Dispatch and Operations
South TAC  - TGID 1968	South TAC and C/C
East Disp  - TGID 1680	East Dispatch and Operations
East TAC   - TGID 2000	East TAC and C/C
North Disp - TGID 1712	North Dispatch and Operations
North TAC  - TGID 2032	North TAC and C/C
Data       - TGID 1776	DOL and Warrant inquiries. Used during emphasis patrols
SCSO Car   - TGID 1936  Used for Car to Car chat
TAC 3      - TGID 1840	Training
South Court- TGID 1872  Used by Marshals / xray units at the Snohomish County Courthouse

Sno Co SAR - TGID 1616	Search and Rescue Ops (sometimes patched to/from 155.415r)

155.415 (127.3)  Snohomish County Search and Rescue -  Multi-site repeater system to
support SAR activities, sometimes patched into the Trunking Radio System.

154.055 (127.3)  Snohomish County Dept. of Emergency Management - Some operations simplex,
though several repeaters are being installed around the area (Jan 2009)

151.100 (127.3) Snohomish County Roads


Units:
"Boy" - Normal Patrol assigned to a sector
"Charles" - Normal Patrol assigned to a sector
"David" - Normal Patrol assigned to a sector
"Edward" - Normal Patrol assigned to a sector
"Frank" - Normal Patrol assigned to a sector
"George" - Normal Patrol assigned to a sector
"Henry" - Normal Patrol assigned to a sector

Sheriff Sector Assignments


"Adam" unit: 10Adam1 is the Sheriff and progresses through other Admin units. 30Adam units are shift Captains, Lt and other supervisor positions.
"Dive" unit: Deputy that responds to dive call outs. e.g. Water rescues
"Ida" unit: Detectives / Investigators
"John" unit: Jail officers. Often transport prisoners from one facility to another. john99 is sometimes heard and is the SCSO "paddywagon"
"K9" unit: Canine trained deputies with tracking or drug sniffing doggies
"Mounted" unit: Horseback Patrols
"Nora" unit: Animal Control
"Ocean" unit: Special detail units. Such as Gang, NARC or off duty deputy working security detail.
"Paul" unit: Work the county parks
"Robert" unit: Snohomish County Search and Rescue
"Sam" unit: Sergeant in charge of the patrol units
"SnoCat" unit: Multi agency team dedicated to investigating auto theft
"ShoHawk" unit: SCSO and Search & Rescue Helicopter
"Tom" unit: Traffic enforcement patrols (includes motorcycle units)
"Transit" unit: Dedicated to Park & Rides and public transportation used in the county
"Union" unit: Special Emphasis patrols. Such as the X52 campaign
"Victor" unit: Reserve Deputy and public volunteers
"William" unit: Watch Commander. Likely a Captain or Lieutenant
"Xray" unit: Work at the Snohomish County Court House and sometimes in the field. Referred to as Marshalls
"Young" unit: Deputy assigned to Paine Field airport
"Zebra" unit: The SWAT/ERT team. Zebra1 is a Special Ops Lieutenant.
"Marine" unit: The SCSO marine boat



Sno Co sheriff codes:
10-4   Received
10-6   Are you alone/can anybody else hear your radio ?
10-8   In service
10-9   Repeat
10-10  Out of service
10-15  Person in custody
10-19  Return to station or precinct
10-21  Phone call
10-22  Disregard
10-28  Check plate
10-33  Warrant
10-33F Felony warrant
10-33M Misdemeanor Warrant
10-44
10-47  Arrived
10-48A
10-62  Status
10-79
10-98  Mentally unstable person

Code 4  Status is ok
I       Officer generated
N       Navy personnel
T       Transit
RP      Reporting person
HBD     Has been drinking


Clearing codes:
A Assistance on scene
B Assistance by telephone
C Civil
CAN Canceled
D Backup unit
E Taken home/facility
F Field interview
G Gone on arrival
H Report
I Citation/report
J Booking
K Booking and citation
L Report taken by phone
M Follow up required
N Follow up arrest
O Follow up citation
P Patrol information
Q Citation/case #
R Referred
S False alarm
T Traffic/ticket
U Unfounded/unknown
V Miscellaneous report
W Warning
X Mail in report
Y (presently not used)
Z Limited response/Emergency operations


Arlington City Police Dept - Dispatched by SNOPAC
SCSO North TGID 1712
SCSO N-TAC TGID 2032

Unknown Unit Designators

Darrington - Services Provided by Snohomish County SO
SCSO North TGID 1712
SCSO N-TAC TGID 2032

Unit Numbers Unknown

155.055 Darrington Town Frequency (Local Gov't, Public Works)


Gold Bar - Service Provided by Snohomish County SO
SCSO East  TGID 1680
SCSO E-TAC TGID 2000

Unit numbers Unknown

Granite Falls Police Department
SCSO North TGID 1712
SCSO N-TAC TGID 2032

Index - Services Provided by Snohomish County SO
SCSO East  TGID 1680
SCSO E-TAC TGID 2000


Lake Stevens Police Department
Dispatched on SCSO East (Jan 2009)
Units 1936, 1940, etc.

Marysville Police Department
POL 1 - TGID 9616	Main Dispatch/Operations
POL 2 - TGID 9648	B/U Disptach  
POL 3 - TGID 9680	Admin/TAC

153.875 - Marysville Public Works


Monroe Police Department
SCSO East  - TGID 1680
SCSO E-TAC - TGID 2000

155.100 Public Works, Local Gov't

Snohomish Police Department
Dispatched on either SCSO North or SCSO East - will have to clarify (Jan 2009)

155.100 Public Works, Local Gov't.

Stanwood Police Dept (Services provided by Snohomish County SO)
SCSO North - TGID 1712
SCSO N-TAC - TGID 2032

Stanwood Units also have UHF radios in vehicles, for interop with Island County SO and Skagit County SO.

155.745 - Local Government, Public Works


Sultan Police Department (Services Provided by Snohomish County SO)

SCSO East  - TGID 1680
SCSO E-TAC - TGID 2000

155.100 - Sultan Local Gov't, Public Works


Other SNOPAC Channels of Interest:

PSOPS-N3 - TGID 60432 - Mutual Aid, County Wide use (used for SNOPAC primarily).  Also programmed
into the radios of some King County and Pierce County units for out-of-County Mobilization.
PSOPS-N4 - TGID 60464 - Mutual Aid, County Wide use (used for SNOCOM, primarily). Also programmed
into the radios of some King County and Pierce County units for out-of-county mobilizations.

All Event 1 - TGID 61936 - Various Events through the year
All Event 2 - TGID 62000 - Various Events through the year

Department of Emergency Management - TGID 60848 - Emergency Ops during disasters.



		SNOCOM
	6204 215th St. SW, Mountlake Terrace WA 98043
	The following police agencies are dispatched by SNOCOM:


Edmonds, Lynnwood, Mill Creek Mountlake Terrace, Mukilteo, Woodway, Brier

Police 1 - TGID 4816 - 	Dispatch for Edmonds, Mt. Lk. Terrace, Mukilteo, Brier, Woodway.
TAC 1    - TGID 4848 -	Back-Up Dispatch and C/C for Police 1 users.
Police 2 - TGID 4880 -	Dispatch for Lynnwood and Mill Creek PD
TAC 2    - TGID 4912 -	Back-Up Dispatch and C/C for Police 2 users.
Police 3 - TGID 4944 -	Alternate Dispatch/overflow (currently not used much)


Edm Admin     - TGID 4976 - Administrative Use, Edmonds PD
Lynn Admin    - TGID 5008 - Administrative Use, Lynnwood PD (possibly Mill Creek, too).
MLT/Bri Admin - TGID 5040 - Administrative Use, Mt Lk Terr and Brier (Poss. Mukilteo?)

Public Safety Ops PSOPS-N4 - TGID 60464 - Mutual Aid use, King County users may come up on
this channel for interop with Sno County Units.

Emergency Services Coordinating Agency (ESCA) - TGID 60880 - Ops during disasters.


Unit Designators:

'Edward' units = Edmonds
'Lincoln' units = Lynnwood
'Tom' units = Mountlake Terrace
'Boy' units = Brier
'William' units = Woodway
'Ocean' units = Mukilteo
'King' units = Mill Creek
'Nora' units = narcotics
                             
SnoCom codes:
10-3  use tac-2
10-6  busy
10-8  clear (+ disposition code)
10-9  repeat
10-11 out of car on portable radio
10-19 enroute
10-15 juvenile in custody
10-21 phone call
10-22 disregard
10-28 check plate for owner name & address + vehicle type
10-29 check plate for stolen/wants
10-47 arrived
10-49 tow truck
10-51 medical examiner
10-60 bomb threat
10-84 stolen vehicle
"F Frank" felony warrant
"M Mary" misdemeanor warrant
"Code 1" request routine backup
"Code 2" request immediate backup
"Code 3" officer needs help
"Code 4" status ok
"yellow card" drugs

10-8 disposition codes:
B  clear, contact made, no case report taken
D1 Traffic ticket
D2 Written warning
D3 Verbal warning
D4 FIR card (Field Information Report)
G  suspect/situation gone when police arrived
P  Patrol information
R  request case number
U  unfounded

Other Snohomish County LE Information

Stilliguamish Tribe (Arlington)
Stilliguamish Tribal PD is on 153.815 simplex, PL tone 151.4

Tulalip Tribes (Marysville)
UHF LTR system (452.1000MHz main) on a repeater located just west of the casino.  There is a second channel on the system and
I'll see if I can get the frequency the next time I'm at the site.  This is the same type of system that the Tulalip casinos 
use and they can inter-op with them now.  Possible future microwave link between the PD and casino systems. 


LERN Patch - The new Snohomish County radio system controlled by SERS (Snohomish Emergency Radio System)
has a 3 site simulcast LERN system (independent of the State Patrol LERN system).  This system can be patched
into pretty much any talkgroup for interoperability with agencies still on VHF.

Washington State Patrol - WSP Dispatch for Snohomish County is 155.655 (141.3 PL).  If you go up Hwy 2
past Skykomish, they use a split-frequency arrangement.  You must put in 154.770 (to hear Everett dispatch)
and 154.845 to hear mobiles.

Car to Car for Snohomish County WSP is 154.935


Washington State Ferry - When in Mukilteo or Edmonds near the ferry terminals, put in 151.040 to listen
to holding area and load/unload operations.  Can be entertaining AND informative.  WSP VATS Troopers talk to
ferry workers on this frequency.  Ferries also talk to the Vessel Traffic System on 5A (156.250) and 14 (156.700).

Public Works: I find these frequencies to be very interesting during inclement weather.  Sometimes Local
Law Enforcement will use these for car to car chat.

Edmonds			- 158.925
Mountlake Terrace/Brier	- 155.145 (repeated, 127.3pl)
Lynnwood		- 155.865
Mukilteo		- 156.000





Snohomish County Fire



Most Snohomish County Fire/Law Enforcement are on a County-Wide 800Mhz Motorola Type
II Radio System.  Refer to "Site and Frequency Information" page to set up this system
in your radio.  I will only outline the Talkgoup ID's and various conventional
frequencies for the various cities on this page.

SNOPAC
1121 SE Everett Mall Way, Everett WA 98208


SNOPAC Fire uses the Following Talkgroups:

W Disp 1 - TGID 496 (Not currently used)
E Disp 2 - TGID 528 (Not currently used)
N Disp 3 - TGID 560 (Not currently used)
TAC 1	 - TGID 592 Everett City and Paine Field Dispatch
TAC 2    - TGID 624 Everett City and Paine Field Ops/Large Event and sometimes training
TAC 3    - TGID 656 East County Dispatch and Response
TAC 4    - TGID 688 East County Large Event
TAC 5    - TGID 720 North County Dispatch and Response
TAC 6    - TGID 752 North County Large Event
TAC 7    - TGID 9904 Used for Large Event
TAC 8    - TGID 9936 Used for Large Event

152.0075 - POCSAG County Wide Paging System (voice pagers being eliminated)


Old Conventional Frequencies (Legacy - Not used anymore)
154.430 (127.3) North County
154.235 (127.3) East County
153.770 (127.3) County Fire TAC
154.385 F-1 Everett Dispatch
154.280 F-2 Everett Tac (On-scene)
153.830  RED-NET (may be patched into system for Mutual Aid responses into area)


County Wide Fire Department Training
FTRAIN   - TGID 59696 Used for FD Training
FTRAIN   - TGID 59952 Used for FD Training


Everett Fire Dept
TAC-1 - TGID 592  Dispatch/Response for most incidents
TAC-2 - TGID 624  Large Incidents and Training

  Station 1: Engine 1, Medic 1, Ladder 1, Battalion 1, Aid 1, Utility 1, Air 1, Technical Rescue 1
  Station 2: Engine 2, Aid 2, Medic 2, Inspector 2
  Station 3: Engine 3 (Currently working out of Station 1)
  Station 4: Engine 4, Hazmat 1
  Station 5: Engine 5, Medic 5, Ladder 5
  Station 6: Engine 6, Medic 6, Aid 6 (Aid 6 seems to only be manned during the daytime)
  Station 7: Engine 7, Aid 7 (Aid 7 is seems to only be in service when the Silver Lake beach has an event)
   Aid 9 (works the Everett Events Center during public events)
  Private ambulances do most BLS transports. Provided by Metro, AMR and Falck.


Snohomish County Airport FD
TAC-1 - TGID 592	Dispatch/Response
TAC-2 - TGID 624	Large Incidents and Training
Paine OPS 1 - TGID 3056
Paine OPS 2 - TGID 3088
Tower	- TGID 3120
Can also be heard on 121.800 AM, Paine Ground

Station 26
 Engine 26
 Rescue 26
 Foam 26 
 Foam 26A
 MCI 26
 Utility 26

Navy Region NW Fire and Emergency Services Naval Station Everett
Fire Station 29
 Engine 29
 Engine 29A
 Aid 29
 Hazardous Materials 29

Boeing FD
Dispatched by Boeing Fire, can be requested to respond with SNOPAC or SNOCOM units as Mutual Aid.

Station 30:  Engine 30, Aid 30, Rescue 30, Hazmat 30, Special Ops 30, Engine 31 tanker, Engine 32, Engine 33, and the Oshkosh crash trucks.



The following Departments are dispatched on the North Fire Talkgroups:


FD#27 (Hat Island)

  Engine 27, Aid 27, Tender 27, Brush 27, Utility 27

FD#25 (Oso)
  Station 37: Tender 37

FD#24 (Darrington)

  Station 38: Rescue 38
  Station 39: Engine 39, Aid 39, Rescue 39, MSO 39, Mobile 39, Squad 39

Arlington City FD
  Station 46: Engine 46, Engine 46A, Tender 46(Main station)
  Station 47: Engine 47, Aid 47, Medic 46, Battalion 47, Battalion 48, Chief 46   (Airport station)
  Station 48: Engine 48, Ladder 48, Medic 48

FD#21 (Arlington Heights)
Station 49
 Tender Engine 49 2003 HME/Boise Mobile Equipment
 Engine 49 2002 Western States/HME
 Engine 46 2007 HME/Boise Mobile Equipment
 Tender 49 2004 Kenworth/4 Guys Body and Tank 3000 Gallon
 Tender 94 1987 GMC 1800 Gallon(on loan from Fire District #19)
 Hovercraft 49 2008 Neoteric Hovercraft
 Rescue 49 2000 HME/Boise Mobile Equipment
 Utility 49 2012 Ford F250
 Utility 49A 2008 Ford Escape
 Chief 49 2008 Ford CVPI

FD #15 (Tulalip Bay)
Station 60
 Engine 60
 Engine 60A
 Battalion 60
 Tender 60
 Squad 60
 Lieutenant 60
  Rural Metro 22 (Private ambulance)

Marysville Fire District
Station 61 Headquarters 1635 Grove Street
 Engine 61, Engine 61A, Medic 61,Aid 61, Hazmat 61, County Communications Unit
Station 62 Shoultes 10701 Shoultes Road
 Engine 62A, Ladder 62, Aid 62, Squad 62, Rescue Trailer, Battalion 62, Inspector 62
Station 63 Midway 14716 Smokey Point Boulevard
 Engine 63, Medic 63  Fire Marshal 28A, Fire Marshal 28B
Station 65 Lake Goodwin 17500 East Lake Goodwin Road Stanwood
 Engine 65, 65A, Tender 65, Aid 65, Brush 65, Squad 65, Boat 65
Station 66 Sunnyside 40th and 71st Avenue Northeast
 Engine 66, Aid 66

FD#22 (Getchell)
Station 68
 Engine 68 2011 Pierce Velocity
 Engine 68A 2002 Pierce Quantum
 Aid 68 2009 Braun Northwest
 Aid 68A 1995 Road Rescue
 Aid 68B
 Tender 68 1994 Ford Firehorse
 Brush 68 2013 Ford F-550
 Brush 68A 2003 Ford F-450
 Brush 68B
 Chief 68 2009 Ford Crown Victoria
 Assistant Chief 68 2003 Ford Crown Victoria
 Battalion 81
              

FD#8 (Lake Stevens)
Station 81 Downtown Lake Stevens 12409 21st Street Northeast
 Engine 81, Aid 81, Medic 81, Tender 81, Brush 81, Boat 81, Battalion 81, Chief 81
Station 82 Frontier Village 9811 Chapel Hill Road
 Engine 82, Engine 82A, Aid 82, 82A, Medic 82, Boat 82, Command 82, Chief 82
Station 83 Machias 13717 Division Street Snohomish
 Engine 83, Aid 83

FD#16 (Lake Roesiger)
  Engine 85, Engine 85A, Aid 85, Chief 85, Assistant Chief 85

FD#17 (Granite Falls)
Station 86 Burn Road 8423 163rd Avenue Northeast
 Engine 86, Aid 86, Battalion 86, EMS 86
Station 87 Headquarters 116 South Granite Avenue
 Engine 87, Engine 87A, Engine 87B, Aid 87, 87A, Rescue 87, Battalion 87, Tender 87, Utility 87A

FD#23 (Robe Valley)
  Station 89: Engine 89A, Aid 89

FD#19 (Silvana)
Station 94  
 Engine 94 2005 HME
 Aid 94 2006 Braun Northstar FORD E-450
 Aid 94A 1996 Ford E350 Wheeled Coach
 Air 94 2007 Bauer Air Compressor
 Squad 94 1979 Chevrolet C30
 Tender 94 1979 International 1700 Gal. Tank(currently on loan to Fire District #21)
 Chief 94 2007 Ford Expedition
 Utility 94 2008 Ford F350
 Hovercraft 94 2009 Neoteric
Station 95 
 Engine 95 1995 HME 
 Aid 95 2008 Ford E450 Braun Northstar
 Tender 95 1991 International Firehouse


North County Fire / EMS. This is a Combo of District 14, Warm Beach/Freeborn & District 18, Bryant
Station 90 Kackman 3002 252nd Street NE Arlington
 Engine 90
 Tender 90
 Aid 90
 Medic 90
 Brush 90
Station 92 Grandview 29129 Heimer Rd. Arlington
 Engine 91
 Engine 92
 Aid 92
Station 96 Freeborn 3231 300th Street NW Stanwood
 Engine 96
 Aid /Medic 96
 Battalion 96
 Tender 96
 Brush 96 
Station 97 Warm Beach 19727 Marine Dr. Stanwood
 Engine 97
 Medic 97
 Aid 97
 Tender 97
 Utility 97
 Boat 97
Station 99 - Stanwood ~ 8117 267th Street NW Stanwood
 Engine 99
 Engine 99A
 Ladder 99
 Medic 99
 Medic 99A
 Squad 99
 Battalion 99
 Chief 99
  

The following Departments are being dispatched on the East Talkgroups:

FD#3 (Monroe)
Station 31
 Engine 31 
 Engine 31A
 Ladder 31
 Aid 31
 Aid 31A
 Medic 31
 Medic 33
 Rescue 31  Battalion 31, 
 Brush 31
 Boat 31
 Boat 31A
 Boat 32
 Utility 31
 Tender 31
 Squad 31
 ATV 31             
Station 32
 Engine 32
 Medic 32
 Brush 32
 Aid 32
 Rescue 32

FD#4 (Snohomish)
Station 40 (Fobes Hill) 6319 Fpster Slough Road
 (formerly Sta44) Engine 40, Squad 40
Station 41 427 Maple Avenue
 (Snohomish City): Engine 41 (55' Telesquirt), Aid 41
Station 42 6724 171st Avenue Southeast (Three Lakes)
 Engine 42, Rescue 42, Aid 42
Station 43 (Head Quarters - North of Snohomish City) 1525 Avenue D
             Engine 43, Engine 43A, Aid 43, Aid 43A, Rescue 43, Squad 43, Squad 43A,
             Tender 43, Boat 43, MCI 43, HazMat 43 (only a Decon rig), Brush 43, Brush 43A 
 Training site 6425 Machias
 Lords Hill Property 12600 Old Snohomish Monroe Highway


FD#5 (Sultan)
Station 51 304 Alder Street
 Engine 51
 Engine 51A
 Aid 51
 Aid 51A
 Tender 51
 Brush 51
 Utility 51(Rescue Unit)
 Battatlion 51
 Deputy Chief 51
 Chief 51

FD#26 (Gold Bar)
Station 53 501 Lewis Avenue Downtown Gold Bar
 Engine 53 2001 American LaFrance
 Engine 53A 1996 International 4900
 Aid 53 1996 Ford F350 Lifeline
 Brush 53 2008 Ford F550 Extended Cab 4x4
 Tender 53 2001 H&W 2800 Gallon
 Battalion 53 2011 Chevrolet Tahoe 4x4
Station 54 42013 State Route 2 Eastern Gold Bar
 Engine 54 2001 American LaFrance
 Engine 54A 1996 H&W
 Medic 54 2000 Ford E450 Wheeled Coach
 Medic 54A 2000 Ford E450 Wheeled Coach
 Aid 54 2003 Ford F350 4x4 Road Rescue
 Brush 54 2008 Ford F550 Extended Cab 4x4
 Tender 54 2001 International H&W
 Rescue 54 2005 Ford Excursion 4x4
 Boat 54 2007 21' Sport Jon
 Air 54 Trailer 2004 Scott Liberty One Mobile Air Trailer
 Support 54(Northwest Fire Defense Region Mobilization/Rehab Trailer) 

FD#28 (Index)
Station 55 512 Avenue A Index, WA
 Engine 55 2006 H&W
 Aid 55 2001 Ford F-350 Braun Northwest
 Brush 55 1984 General Corporation
 Rescue 55 1994 H&W/Braun Northwest 
 Utility 55 1999 Ford Expedition XLT

FD#7 (Clearview)
Station 71 Clearview 8010 180th Street Southeast
 Engine 71, Engine 71A, Medic 71, Aid 71, Aid 71A, Tender 71, 71A, Brush 71, Battalion 71 (Hwy 9 & 180th in Clearview)
              E71 and M71 are currently cross-manned.
              A71 is a dedicated BLS transport unit for the entire district.
              E71A/A71A  are reserve units.  T71 is a 3000 gallon water tender.
Station 72 Fernwood 3431 180th Street Southeast
 Ladder 72, Medic/Aid 72 (35th & 180th)
              Depending on staffing, it is either a medic unit or aid unit.
              They are typically staffed independent of each other. Its an ALS
               unit about 70% of the time.
              S72 is also stationed at this house, but is vary rarely used
Station 73 Bear Creek 22225 45th Avenue Southeast
 Engine 73, Medic 73 or Aid 73 (45th Ave SE & 224th St SE )
Station 74 Maltby 21709 99th Avenue Southeast
 Engine 74, Medic 74 (Maltby), Brush 74 
     3 reserve aid/medics, 1 reserve engine, 2 reserve brush parked outside in back
Station 75 Lost Lake 13725 Lost Lake Road
 Engine 75, Aid 75, Tender 75 
Station 76 Mill Creek 1020 152nd Place Southeast
 Engine 76, Medic 76 (Mill Creek), fuel truck parked outside in back
Station 77 6610 Snohomish Cascade Drive
 Engine 77, Aid 77



Other
Thanks to Chris, Darrin, Snohomish Fire & Rescue, and the other people who have contributed information.

FD#10 Bothell - handled by Bothell City FD. Dispatched on EPSCA by NORCOM.
                See King County fire listings for more information.


SNOCOM
6204 215th St. SW, Mountlake Terrace WA 98043

SNOCOM Fire uses the following Talkgroups:

Disp 5 - TGID 5360 - Primary Fire Dispatch
Disp 6 - TGID 5392 - Secondary Fire Dispatch
TAC 21 - TGID 5424 - Response
TAC 22 - TGID 5456 - Response
TAC 23 - TGID 5488 - Response
TAC 24 - TGID 5520 - Response

152.0075 - POCSAG belt pagers for fire personnel (replaced voice pagers)

Old Conventional Frequencies: These are the frequencies SNOCOM used for fire

operations prior to the 800mhz system.  The patches were dropped 2+ years ago,
and no traffic has been heard on these channels for some time.  They should be
considered abandoned.

F-1 154.010 (127.3) Old Dispatch and response
F-2 154.325 (127.3) Old Tac channel.


FD#1

(Silver Lake stations)
Headquarters and Training Facility 12425 Meridian Avenue Everett
Station 10 3922 156th St. SW Lynnwood
 Engine 10, Medic 10, Air 10
Station 11 Mariner 12310 Meridian Avenue Everett
 Engine 11, Engine 11/A, Ladder 11, Aid11, Medic 11, Medic 11A, Air 11, DC11, Chief 11, Marshal 11, Training 11 , Battalion 11
Station 12 Hilton Lake 3525 108th Street East Everett
 Engine 12, Medic 12, Decon 12
Station 13 Silver Firs 13611 Puget Park Everett
 Engine 13, Medic 13

(Edmonds Stations)
Fire Administration Edmonds City Hall 121 5th Avenue North
Station 16 8429 196th Street Southwest
 Engine 16, Aid 16, Aid 16A, Utility 16, Battalion 16, Technical Rescue 16
Station 17 275 6th Avenue North
 Engine 17, 17A, Aid 17, Medic 17
Station 20 23009 88th Avenue West
 Engine 20, Aid 20, Ladder 20, Utility 20
Edmonds Marina: Marine 16

(Mountlake Terrace Stations)
Station 18 Mountake Terrace/Brier 3900 228th Street Southwest Mountlake Terrace
 Engine 18, Aid 18
Station 19 Mountake Terrace 5902 232nd Street Southwest Mountlake Terrace
 Engine 19, 19A, Aid 19, Chief 19


(Alderwood Manor stations)
Station 21 Martha Lake 16819 13th Avenue West Lynnwood
 Engine 21, Engine 21A, Medic 21 Decon 21, Battalion 21, Technical Rescue 21, Services 
Station 22 Hilltop 20510 Damson Road Lynnwood
 Engine 22, Medic 22, Technical Rescue 22
Station 23 Serene Lake 4323 Serene Way Lynnwood
 Ladder 23, Medic 23
  See notes on FD#1 at the bottom of this page.



Lynnwood
Station 14 Blue Ridge 18800 64th Avenue West
 Engine 14, 14A, Aid 14, Medic 14 (Medic 14 is not in service full time)
Station 15 Civic Center 18800 44th Avenue West
 Engine 15, Aid 15, Aid 15A, Medic 15, Ladder 15, Hazmat 15, Support 7


Mukilteo City FD
Station 24: Engine 24, Aid 24, Squad 24, Rehab 24
Station 25: Engine 25, Aid 25, Ladder 25, Squad 25, Rescue 25, Medic 25, Support 25, Utility 25, Chief 25, Assistant Chief 25





Notes on FD#1:
 
Rescue units are ALS (at least 1 medic on-board).
Aid Units are BLS.  Some stations will drop back to BLS (Aid Units) if there are not enough Medics on duty to man 7 Rescue Units.  
The order of priority for staffing units as ALS is: 11, 21, 23, 12, 13, 22, 11/A.

Engine and Rescue 11/A (Eleven Adam) are manpower units used to cover stations at training and to supplement coverage
 in Station 11's first-due area (the busiest in the District)

District #11 merged with District #1 in 1999 (functionally consolidated since 1997):
Stations 11-13: former District #11
Stations 21-23: Original District #1

Cities: Arlington 46, 47, 48 Bothell 44, 45 Edmonds 16, 17, 20 Everett 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 Lynnwood 14, 15 Mukilteo 24, 25 Stanwood 98, 99 Fire Districts:

  1. 1 South County 10, 11, 12, 13, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 35, 36
  2. 3 Monroe 31, 32, 33, 34
  3. 4 Snohomish 40, 41, 42, 43
  4. 5 Sultan 51, 52
  5. 7 Clearview 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79
  6. 14 Freeborn / Warm Beach 96, 97
  7. 15 Tulalip 60
  8. 16 Lake Roesiger 85
  9. 17 Granite Falls 86, 87
  10. 18 Bryant 90, 91, 92
  11. 19 Silvana 93, 94, 95
  12. 21 Arlington Heights 49
  13. 22 Getchell 68, 69
  14. 23 Robe Valley 89
  15. 24 Darrington 38, 39
  16. 25 Oso 37
  17. 26 Goldbar 53, 54
  18. 27 Hat Island 27
  19. 28 Index 55

Lake Stevens Fire 81, 82, 83 Marysville 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67 Other: Boeing (Everett) 30 Camano Island 100, 101, 102, 103, 104, 105 Navy Base (Everett) 29 Sno. County Airport 26 Sno. County Fire Marshal 28 Non-Assigned Numbers: Nine (9) available numbers (1-99) for additional (new) facilities: 50 56 57 58 59 70 80 84 88

Urban Task Force

3 Structural Engines, 1 Ladder, 1 BLS Unit

Rural Task Force

3 Structural Engines, 2 Tenders

Interface Task Force

2 Structural Engines, 2 Wildland Engines, 1 Tender

Ladder Task Force

3 Structural Engines, 2 Ladders

Wildland Task Force

3 Wildland Engines, 2 Tenders

EMS Task Force

1 ALS Unit, 3 BLS Units, 1 Automobile Rescue Unit

Engine Strike Team

5 Engines

Tender Strike Team

5 Tenders

Wildland Strike Team

5 Wildland Engines

BLS Strike Team

5 BLS Units

Personnel Strike Team

10-12 Personnel per Strike Team

Wildland Hand Team

10 Personnel

Minimum manning for Task Force or Strike Team apparatus shall be according to the State Mobilization Plan, and is usually: Engine Companies 3 Firefighters, preferably 4 Ladder Companies 3 Firefighters, preferably 4 Tenders 1 Firefighter Wildland Units 2 Firefighters BLS Units 2 minimum 1 EMT ILS Units 2 minimum 1 EMT, 1 ILS ALS Units 2 minimum 1 EMT, 1 ALS

Resource Zone 9 Lynnwood Fire Department Mukilteo Fire Department Snohomish County Fire District 1 Snohomish County Fire District 7 Station 76 Snohomish County Fire District 27

Preplanned Resources For Zone 9

1 Engine Strike Team 
1 BLS Strike Team
1 Personnel Strike Team
1 Urban Task Force
1 Ladder Task Force
1 EMS Task Force

Special Resources

Technical Rescue Team
Hazardous Materials Team

Zone 10 Reserved for future use

Zone 11 Snohomish County Fire District 1 Station 13 Snohomish County Fire District 3 Snohomish County Fire District 4 Snohomish County Fire District 5 Snohomish County Fire District 7 Snohomish County Fire District 8 Snohomish County Fire District 16 Snohomish County Fire District 26 Snohomish County Fire District 28

Preplanned Resources for Zone 11

2 Engine Strike Teams
1 Tender Strike Team
1 Wildland Strike Team
2 BLS Strike Teams
1 Personnel Strike Team
1 Wildland Hand Crew
1 Urban Task Force
2 Rural Task Forces
2 Interface Task Forces
1 Ladder Task Force
1 Wildland Task Force
2 EMS Task Forces

Specialized Resources

1 Mobile Air Cascade System Fire District 26
1 Mobile Air Compressor Fire District 4
1 High Angle Rescue
1 Swift Water Rescue
1 Mobile Lights Fire District 4 Rescue 43
2 Motorized River Boats
1 Rehab Unit
Hazardous Materials Team Fire Districts 3, 4, 7 and 26
Technical Rescue Team(High Angle, Trench, Confined Space) Fire Districts 3, 4, 7 and 26
Swift Water Rescue Team Fire Districts 3, 5, 26 and 28 
Helicopter(Huey Helicopter) Snohomish County Sheriff's Office

Zone 12 Arlington Fire Department Everett Fire Department Everett Navy Homeport Boeing Fire Department Snohomish County Airport Fire Department Marysville Fire District Stanwood Fire Department Snohomish County Fire District 15 Snohomish County Fire District 17 Snohomish County Fire District 19 Snohomish County Fire District 21 Snohomish County Fire District 22 Snohomish County Fire District 23 Snohomish County Fire District 24 Snohomish County Fire District 25

Preplanned Resources

1 Engine Strike Team
1 Tender Strike Team
1 Wildland Strike Team
1 BLS Strike Team
1 Urban Task Force
1 Rural Task Force
1 Interface Task Force
1 Ladder Task Force
1 Wildland Task Force
1 EMS Task Force

Specialized Resources

1 Mobile Air Compressor Fire District 19
2 Hazardous Materials/Support Marysville Fire District, Everett Fire Department
2 Water Rescue Camano Island, North County Fire Authority
1 Ice Rescue Marysville Fire District
2 Technical Rescue Marysville Fire District, Everett Fire Department
2 Hovercraft Fire District 21
2 Foam Units Snohomish County Airport Fire Department
1 MCI Unit 60 people Snohomish County Airport Fire Department


Radio IDs for the Snohomish County Trunk System (SERS)
00001-15951 Misc
16005-17642 Dispatch Consoles / Links
18017-49308 Misc
49309-49366 Everett PD
49380-49390 Demo
49497-49570 Lynnwood PD
49581-49591 Marysville PD
60000-60197 Misc/PSAP
60344-60608 Everett PD
60697-60736 SnoCo Sheriff
61617-63482 Snopac/Snocom Fire
63582-63674 Edmonds PD
63732-63869 Lynnwood PD
63892-63905 Brier PD
63920-63962 Mountlake Terrace PD
63970-64000 Mill Creek PD
64062-64161 Marysville PD
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