RADIO ID ID DESCRIPTION
UC AIRCARE A/B AR Helicopters used to treat
transport the sick or
injured by air. A is Aircare 1, B is Aircare 2
B A water craft with or without a pump, hose,
or search equipment used for fire fighting or water rescue incidents.
BRUSH BR A unit designed specially for fighting ground cover fires.
BOMB UNIT BU A
designed specifically for neutralizing and transporting
CAR C A staff vehicle
CRASH RESCUE CR A specialized unit
designed to handle fires and accidents involving
aircraft, that usually embodies special extinguishing capability
for handling large fires involving flammable liquids.
A fire attack apparatus containing a water supply, attack and
supply lines, pump,and related equipment. May also contain advanced
life support, equipment and supplies, and related equipment, or
specialized rescue equipment.
F A support unit that transports extra
of fire fighting
foam and related equipment.
FT A support unit with one or more fuel tanks whose
is to refuel apparatus at emergency incidents.
A unit containing specialized equipment for detecting,
neutralizing, and decontaminating incidents involving
A fire attack apparatus containing an aerial device, ground ladders,
forcible entry and ventilation tools, and related equipment.
MOBILE AIR MA A
unit for on site filling of the breathing air supply
to self contained breathing apparatus cylinders.
A unit used for advanced life support patient treatment.
May be used for patient transport.
A fire attack apparatus having an aerial ladder in addition to
a water tank, hose, pump, and ground ladders. May also contain advanced
life support, equipment, and supplies, and related equipment
or specialized rescue equipment.
A unit containing specialized rescue equipment, and in some
departments providing air supply, lighting, or other special services.
SQUAD S A unit for basic life support treatment and patient transportation.
A fire attack apparatus equipped with an articulating boom, ground
ladders, forcible entry and ventilation tools, and related equipment
that may or may not have a pump.
Any unit designed to provide supplemental functions at an incident
command posts, communications, computers, and reference systems.
A fire attack apparatus containing an aerial device with a platform,
ground ladders, forcible entry and ventilation tools, and related
A unit containing specialized equipment for below ground and confined
A unit with a water tank whose primary purpose is transporting water.
The unit may also carry a pump, hose and other related equipment
OFFICER KEY (use with station prefix, multiple stations use lowest station number)
02-09, 11-19, 21-29, 31-39, 41-49 COMMAND OFFICERS
51-59 MEDICAL OFFICERS
71 FIRST RESPONDERS
STA # DEPARTMENT STATION ADDRESS EQUIPMENT ASSIGNED
4 AMBERLEY 7149 RIDGE E04, E204
6 ANDERSON TOWNSHIP 7954 BEECHMONT AV Q06, M06, R06, TR06, B06,
B206, B306, Bike 6, Bike 206
10 ANDERSON TOWNSHIP 6211 SALEM AV E10, M10, M210, HZ10, BR10,
11 ARLINGTON HEIGHTS 601 ELLIOTT AV E11, E211, S11, A11, R11, R211
13 BLUE ASH 4343 COOPER RD E13, E213, L13, M13, S13,
S213, S313, R13, HZ13,
CAR 1374, CAR 1375
15 BLUE ASH 10647 KENWOOD RD E15, E215, COMMAND 400
16 CHEVIOT 3814 HARRISON AV E16, L16, S16, S216,
22 CLEVES 101 N.MIAMI E22, E222, S22, R22
25 COLERAIN TWP 3251 SPRINGDALE RD E25, L25, M25, S25, S225,
WT25, SU25, CAR 2574
26 COLERAIN TWP 3360 W GALBRAITH RD E26, E226, M26, R26, S26,
27 CROSBY TWP 6985 RIVER RD E27, S27, WT27, SU27
28 CROSBY TWP 9139 BAUGHMAN RD E28, S28, WT28
33 DELHI TWP 697 NEEB RD E33, Q33, M33, S33, S233,
R33, CAR 3371A, CAR 3371B
36 DELHI TWP 388 GREENWELL RD E36, S36, M36
39 ELMWOOD PLACE 301 OAK ST E39, E239, L39, S39
40 EVENDALE 10500 READING RD E40, E240, T40, S40, M40,
41 FAIRFAX/MADISON PLACE 5903 HAWTHORN AV E41, R41
42 FOREST PARK 1201 W KEMPER RD E42, E242, Q42, M42, M242,
43 FOREST PARK 11240 SOUTHLAND RD E43, M43 HZ43
44 FOREST PARK 1970 WAYCROSS RD NOT IN SERVICE, Spare Squad
45 GLENDALE 80 E SHARON RD E45, E245, R45
47 GOLF MANOR 6450 WEIHE RD E47, M47, M247, Q47, SU47,
CAR 4771 (BLS non-transport),
CAR 47 (BLS non-transport)
48 GREENHILLS 11000 WINTON RD E48, E248, M48, R48, S48,
S248, B48, CAR 4871
53 GREEN TWP 6303 HARRISON AVE E53, M53, Q53, CAR 5377
54 GREEN TWP 6120 BRIDGETOWN RD E54, M54
55 GREEN TWP 5410 AUDRO AVE E55, M55, F55
56 HARRISON 200 HARRISON AVE E56, E256, M56, S56, S256,
57 HARRISON 10250 WEST RD E57, Q57, S57, S257, WT57,
58 LINCOLN HEIGHTS 1201 STEFFENS ST E58, E258, Q58, S58, S258
59 LOCKLAND 101 N COOPER AVE E59, E259, Q59, R59,
60 LOVELAND/SYMMES 9425 LOVELAND-MADIERA RD E60, M60, R60, SU60, BR60,
B60, B260, B360
61 LOVELAND/SYMMES 11949 MASON RD E61, L61, M61
62 LOVELAND/SYMMES 127 S LEBANON RD E62, L62, M62
63 LOVELAND/SYMMES 100 E LOVELAND AV E63, E263, M63
64 MADEIRA/INDIAN HILL 6475 DRAKE RD E64, E264, R64
65 MADEIRA/INDIAN HILL 7205 MIAMI AV E65, Q65, M65, M265
66 LITTLE MIAMI FIRE 6904 MURRAY E66, Q66, S66, S266,
and RESCUE M66A, M66B, CAR 6661
67 MARIEMONT 6907 WOOSTER RD E67, Q67, S67
68 MIAMI TWP 1 10000 MT NEBO RD E68, M68, BR68, B68
69 MIAMI TWP 2 4938 E MIAMI RIVER RD E69, R69, S69, WT69
70 MIAMI TWP 3 3780 SHADY LN E70, E270, R70, S70
71 MILFORD 687 RT 50 E71, E271, L71, M71, B71,
72 MILFORD 18 MAIN ST E72
73 MONTGOMERY 10150 MONTGOMERY RD E73, Q73, M73, M273, R73, SU73
74 MT HEALTHY 7700 PERRY ST E74, E274, S74, S274, SU74,
75 SPRINGFIELD TWP 10335 BURLINGTON RD E75, M75, M275, M375,
SN75, CAR 7571 (1st Responder)
LITTLE MIAMI FIRE
E76, Q76, R76, S76, B76, B276, B376
77 MIAMI TWP 21 TAYLOR ST E77, R27
78 N. COLLEGE HILL 1646 W GALBRAITH RD E78, R78, S78, S278, T78,
CAR 7871 (1st Responder)
79 SPRINGFIELD TWP 8375 WINTON RD E79, Q79, M79, M279, R79,
CAR 7971 (1st Responder),
CAR 7981, Car 7984 (Command)
80 SPRINGFIELD TWP 9684 WINTON RD E80, E280
81 SPRINGFIELD TWP 777 NORTH BEND RD E81
83 READING 1000 MARKET ST E83, E283, M83, S83, R83, HZ83
84 READING 601 COLUMBIA AV E84, S84, T84
85 DEER PARK 4250 MATSON E85, E285, L85, S85, SU85
86 SHARONVILLE 11210 READING RD E86, T86, M86, M286, R86, S86,
87 SHARONVILLE 1881 CRESCENTVILLE RD E87, Spare Squad
88 SHARONVILLE 7150 FIELDS ERTEL RD E88
89 DEER PARK/SILVERTON 6860 PLAINFIELD RD??? E89, E289, L89, S89, S289,
SU89, SU289, CAR 89
90 SPRINGDALE 12147 LAWNVIEW E90/R90, E290, E390, T90, M90,
M290, M390, U90
91 ST BERNARD 5116 VINE ST E91, E291, E391, T91, M91,
92 SYCAMORE TWP 8540 KENWOOD RD E92, Q92, M92, M292, F92,
HZ92, CAR 9271
93 SYCAMORE TWP 11745 SOLZMAN RD E93, Q93, M93
94 TERRACE PARK 428 ELM RD E94, E294, R94, S94
95 WHITEWATER TWP 311 OHIO AV E95, S95, S295, B95
96 WOODLAWN 10121 SPRINGFIELD PK E96, E296, Q96, S96, S296,
97 WYOMING 600 GROVE AV E97, E297, M97, Q97, R97, S97
100 ANDERSON TWP 8330 BROADWELL E100, F100
101 ANDERSON TWP 6880 HUNLEY E101, S101, DECON 101
102 COLERAIN TWP 11147 COLERAIN AV E102, BR102, B102
103 COLERAIN TWP 6000 THOMPSON RD E103, B103
104 WHITEWATER TWP STEPHENS RD E104, WT104
105 WHITEWATER TWP 3708 ST. RT. 128 E105, M105, R105, S105, WT105
106 WHITEWATER TWP 11000 BOND RD E106
107 GREEN TWP 2280 SYLVED AV E107, M107, SU107
COMMAND 400 is the Fire Incident Command Vehicle based at Station 15 (Blue Ash),
it can be requested by any fire agency and has a response time of 1 hour.
Station numbers 30, and 99 are unused at this time.
Station 44 in Forest Park is not in service.
Station 98 has been sold and is no longer in service.
Station 77 (formerly North Bend) has been sold to Miami Township FD.
Most Fire Departments in Hamilton County have their own fireground frequencies also.
There are 8 Fire Departements that operate in the central Valley area of Hamilton County as listed here:
- Station 4
Deer Park - Station 85
Elmwood Place - Station 39
Golf Manor - Station 47
Reading - Stations 83 & 84
Silverton - Station 89
St. Bernard - Station 91
Wyoming - Station 97
These Stations are dispatched and operate on the following frequencies
158.865 Valley Fire Ch. 2
In January 1999 the North Bend Fire Department disbanded. They have sold the fire station (Station 77) to Miami Township FD and now contract them for coverage.
Anderson Township frequently rotates apparatus. At various times they may place a Quint at Station 101 and use the radio ID of Quint 101. They also rotate Engines at times.
Bike Unit 6 is a Medic Mountain bike, Bike 206 is an EMT Mountain Bike. Anderson Township is one of the first departments in Greater Cincinnati to utilize bikes, they are used both as operational tools and public relations.
Station 102 has 1 spare engine, spare squad A, spare squad B.
Station 103 has 2 waverunners A, and B.
Crosby Township, Station 27 has automatic mutual-aid for the federal Fernald Fire Department which is located inside Crosby Township at the Fernald Clean-up site. They use the radio IDs of Engine 227, Squad 227, Tanker 227, Rescue 227, Rescue 27, Trench 27, Hazmat 27, Air 27.
Station 89 is the NEW Deer Park/Silverton Joint Fire Department not yet in operation. As soon as the new firehouse is complete the joint department will start operating.
Delhi Township, Station 33 has a Heavy Rescue/Trench Rescue/Special Operations Trailer. It has no radio ID at this time.
Fairfax/Madison Place has "officially" formed a joint department.
Station 92 is the home of the new Hamilton County Urban Search and Rescue Task Force(USAR). They are in the process of getting one or two trucks fully operational.
Station 98 (Sycamore Twp.) 8579 Lancaster Avenue has been sold and is no longer in service.
Medic 56 (Harrison) and Medic 105 (Whitewater Twp.) are medics for the Western Joint Ambulance District in western Hamilton County.
158.760 is shared among the local Police Departments and other local services.
158.760 is used as simplex by all
Silverton. They have the only
repeater on the frequency
331 E. 9TH ST
E3, L3, A3, F3, B3, B203,
5 8 E.MCMICKEN 10 E5, Spare-engine
7 2058 SUTTON AV 30 E7, Recovery Boat 7
8 5901 MONTOGOMERY 13 E8, Extra Rescue 38 (Spare)
4017 READING RD
E9, A9, Extra Ambulance 9
3001 SPRING GROVE
E12, A12, Mobile Command,
Extra Ambulance 3 (spare),
Extra Ambulance 12 (spare)
430 CENTRAL AV
E14, L14, R14 (ALS),
S52 (Heavy Rescue/Hazmat),
M.A.C. 1 (Air/Hazmat),
E14B (Bomb Unit),
Recovery Boat 14,
EMS Cart 14, Extra Rescue 14
2101 W. 8TH ST
E17, L17, A17, F17,
Light Plant 17,
Recovery Boat 17, Extra
Ambulance 17, District 2
478 WILMER AV
E18, L18, WT18, CR18, B18,
Recovery Boat 18,
EMS Cart 18,
Crash Rescue 1,
Fuel Transport, Safe House
(Safety Education Trailer),
Extra Engine 18 (spare),
Extra Ladder 18 A (spare),
Extra Ladder 18 B (spare),
Extra Squad 52 (spare)
19 2814 VINE ST 19 E19, L19, A19
20 1668 BLUE ROCK 23 E20, L20, District 3
21 2131 STATE AV 14 E21, L21
23 1623 MADISON RD 06 E23, L23, A23
24 4526 GLENWAY AV 05 E24, L24, R24 (ALS)
564 W LIBERTY ST
Training Bureau Engine,
Training Bureau Ladder
31 4401 MARBURG AV 09 E31, L31
650 FOREST AV
E32, L32, R32
Extra Engine 32 (spare),
Extra Ladder 32 (spare),
Extra Resuce 46 (spare)
34 301 LUDLOW AV 20 E34, Extra Engine 34 (spare)
35 3002 JUNIETTA AV 11 E35
310 LILLIENTHAL AV
E37, Recovery Boat 37,
Extra Engine 37 (spare)
38 725 CIRCLE AV 32 E38, R38 (ALS)
46 2731 ERIE AV 08 E46, R46 (ALS)
49 5917 PRENTICE ST 27 E49
50 6560 PARKLAND 33 E50, Recovery Boat 50
51 1654 MARLOW AV 24 E51
5TH AND CENTRAL
The numbers following the addresses for Cincinnati
Stations are the last two digits of the zip code
with 452 as the prefix.
Station numbers 30 and 99 are unused at this time.
Ch. 1 458.250 Simplex - FIREGROUND (simplex)
Ch. 2 458.475 Simplex - FIREGROUND (simplex)
Ch. 3 460.625 Repeater - CAR TO CAR (repeater)
Ch. 4 460.600 Repeater - PRIMARY (repeater)
154.310 FD Paging
460.550 Ch. 7 Command
458.4625 FD Haz-Mat Team Earcomm microphones
857.2625 CFD High Rise Repeater Ch. 1
858.2625 CFD High Rise Repeater Ch. 2
The High Rise Repeater System is located in every building in Hamilton County over 6 Floors.
NORWOOD FIRE DEPARTMENT
82 NORWOOD 4725 MONTGOMERY RD E82, E282, E382, L82, M82, S82, S282, SU82
FREQUENCY: 460.575/465.575 KQK 570
FERNALD FIRE DEPARTMENT (Federal Fire Department for the Fernald Clean-up Site)
311 (Engine 227), Unit 312 (Engine), Unit 313 (Engine), Unit
Unit 332 (Life Squad), Unit 301 (Rescue 27), Trench 27, Unit 328 (Hazmat 27),
Unit 322 (Tanker 227), Air 27
in parentheisis are Hamilton County Fire Radio IDs.
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