No, we have not been
activated nor are we on standby for any incident.
However, as a Clark County, Nevada, ARES/RACES member you should not SOLELY rely on this web site, text messages, phone calls, or our e-mail system as your primary notification that we have been activated to support our served agencies. They may not be as quick as the local news media. So, if you hear of an incident, your first action should be to monitor our linked repeaters (V1, V3, V4, U1, or N1). Our latest frequency list for these repeaters is located in the Members Section.
In the event we anticipate being activated, or have actually been activated, you can expect that a net will be stood up on those frequencies. Prior to activation, the net will likely be informal to exchange information. By the time we are actually activated, one or more formal nets will stand up. NOTE: There may be a slight delay before the *CCNVARES* Echolink node ties in to the linked repeaters.
NOTE: For more information, read the complete details in our ARES/RACES Activation Plan located in the Members Section.