Welcome to Clatsop County, Oregon Aux Comm

Providing Amateur Radio Emergency and Public Service Communications Throughout Clatsop County, Oregon


Technician License Class Offered

March 23-24
Clatsop Community College Seaside Campus

More Info Here

New Local Area Net!

A CERT/MRC net will take place every Tuesday at 7:00pm on the Arch Cape repeater, 146.74

New EOC Frequency Matrix

Now available for members on Operations Documents page

Net Control Operators Needed!

Help with ARES NET on Monday evenings. It's an excellent opportunity to improve your radio skills.

Click here to contact Net Manager Robin KN0LL

Be Sure to Check the Activity Calendar for Upcoming Events!


Please remember to record your volunteer hours.

By Mark Thiessen and Becky Bohrer | January 23, 2018 | Associated Press/ Daily Astorian

ANCHORAGE, Alaska — A powerful earthquake struck off an island in the Gulf of Alaska, prompting a tsunami threat that sent the state’s residents along the southern coast and western Canada fleeing for higher ground just after midnight.

After a few intense hours, the tsunami warning was canceled, allowing people to return home from shelters. There were no immediate reports of damage, not even on Kodiak Island, the closest land to the epicenter of the magnitude 7.9 quake. The quake was followed by dozens of aftershocks.

Oregon, Washington state, California and Hawaii were under tsunami watches, which eventually were lifted.

Word of a potential tsunami rattled nerves on the North Coast.

A local alert was not sent out by Clatsop County Emergency Management, said Director Tiffany Brown.

“There is a difference between a watch and a warning. With a watch, it means the potential exists, and a warning is that (the tsunami) is imminent and it requires immediate action. Nothing required immediate action today, so I didn’t issue an alert. I would wake people up in the middle of the night if they needed to take immediate action.”

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