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All participants: volunteer radio groups

Please input the zip code or city name to find out people registered in that area:     

There are 50 volunteer radio groups registered for the 2012 Great California ShakeOut, with a total of 1,432 participants. View all groups.

The following registrants agreed to be listed on this website when they registered. Names are linked if a website was provided during registration.

If a main organization name is not bold, this means that one or more departments have registered but the main organization has not.

Alameda
        Pleasanton Stake Emergency Radio Communications Team, Pleasanton

Amador
        American Radio Relay League
                Amador County Radio Club, Pine Grove
        ARRL
                Amador County Amateur Radio Club, Kirk1024, Pine Grove,

Calaveras
        Calaveras Amatuer Radio Society
                xcaNBEMS, West Point

Contra Costa
        County of Contra Costa
                Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service, Martinez

Del Norte
        Del Norte Amateur Radio Club, Crescent City

Fresno
        Fresno County ARES-RACES-SATERN, Fresno

Humboldt
        Humboldt County Auxiliary Communications Service, Eureka

Los Angeles
        Amateur Radio Emergency Services
                Antelope Valley High Desert Section, ARES - Antelope Valley High Desert District, Palmdale
                ARESLAX -- Amateur Radio Emergency Service, Los Angeles Section, La Canada
        Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
                Glendora Emergency Response Communications, Glendora
        City of Santa Monica
                Office of Emergency Management, Disaster Communications Service, Santa Monica
        Long Beach, Ca. CERT, Long Beach
        Los Angeles Disaster Communications Service, Lomita District, Lomita
        SCRAN, Long Beach
        Torrance Amateur Radio Association, Torrance Disater Serivce Volunteers, Torrance

Madera
        Early Risers Group, Oakhurst

Mendocino
        Mendocino County Amateur Radio Communications Service, Ukiah

Merced
        American Radio Relay League
                Amateur Radio Emergency Service of Merced County, Merced

Monterey
        Community Emergency Response Teams
                Southern Monterey - Wednesday Training Net, Lockwood

Orange
        Orange County Hospital Disaster Support Communications System, Fullerton

Plumas
        American Red Cross
                American Red Cross/Amateur Radio Emergency Services, Plumas Amateur Radio Club, Quincy

Riverside
        American Radio Relay League
                Riverside County ARES, Palm Springs
        County of Riverside
                Corona RACES, Corona
                Fire Department, Office of Emergency Services, RACES, Rancho Mirage
        Military Auxiliary Radio System
                United States Air Force Military Auxiliary Radio System, AFMARS California, Riverside
        Riverside County Radio Amateur Communcation Emergency Service, Riverside

Sacramento
        Amatuer Radio Relay Legue
                Sacramento Amatuer Radio Emergency Service, Sacramento

San Benito
        County of San Benito
                San Benito County ARES/ACS/RACES, ARES/ACS/RACES, Hollister

San Bernardino
        Salvation Army
                Salvation Army Team Emergency Radio Network, Yucca Valley, Twentynine Palms
        San Bernardino County ARES Group, Communications, Highland
        San Bernardino County Fire Department, Emergency Communications Service, Rialto
        State of California Auxiliary Communication Service
                Patton State Hospital Auxiliary Communication Service, Highland

San Diego
        Escondido CERT, Escondido
        Escondido CERT, Escondido
        Fallbrook Amateure Radio Club, Fallbrook
        Poway Amateur Communications Team (PACT), Poway

San Francisco
        2 Meter Critical Mass Amateur Radio Practice Team, San Francisco
        Red Cross YCE ISA/SFI, San Francisco
        San Francisco Department of Emergency Management
                San Francisco Auxiliary Communications Service, San Francisco

San Joaquin
        San Joaquin Delta College
                San Joaquin Delta College Amateur Radio Group, Stockton
        Stockton-Delta Amateur Radio Club, Stockton
        Stockton-Delta Radio Club, Stockton

Santa Cruz
        Santa Cruz County ARES, Santa Cruz

Sutter
        Yuba/Sutter Amataur Radio Emergency Service, Yuba City

Ventura
        Santa Rosa Valley Emergency Radio Network, Camarillo

Yolo
        Sacramento Amateur Radio Club
                Sacramento Valley Noon Net, Davis
        Yolo County ARES -Amateur Radio Emergency Services, Davis

multiple
        American Radio Relay League
                ARRL East Bay Section ARES®, Oakland
        The Salvation Army
                S.A.T.E.R.N. - Riverside and San Bernardino Counties Section, Hemet




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10:16 a.m. on October 16, 2014
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The Great Other States and Countries ShakeOut Step 1: Secure it now! Step 2: Make a plan Step 3: Make disaster kits Step 4: Is your place safe? Step 5: Drop, Cover, and Hold On Step 6: Check it out! Step 7: Communicate and recover!