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Site Updated On
September 30, 2018


Created and Maintained By
           Keith Prebble
         S-12  KD6PYD


Our meetings are held at the San Dimas Station on the odd weeks & Walnut Station on the even weeks on Mondays at 7:45 PM.....

Monday night (except holidays) nets are  at 1930 hours.
The frequency is 146.640- PL 167.9.
Don't forget to check in if you're not at the station.

Los Angeles County Disaster Communications Service, East County Stations (DCS) is a volunteer organization that provides emergency communications utilizing personally owned amateur radio equipment.  DCS was formed by Los Angeles County Ordinance in 1951 and is administered by the Sheriff's Department for the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors. 

Our group supports the Los Angeles County Sheriff's  San Dimas (Station 8) and Walnut (Station 29) stations.  In addition, a city emergency radio communications group from Azusa (A.A.C.E.S.) is assigned to the East County Stations DCS but supports their respective city. 

Frequently, we provide communication support to the San Dimas Mountain Rescue Team during extended searches. 

Latest Updates: 
Upcoming Events page has been updated (9/30/2018)

DCS Forms page has been updated (9/30/2018)


DCS is in Monitor Mode.
Good time to work on your Light Duty Bag (Go Bag)

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