Monterey County 
Amateur Emergency Communications


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Home Page of Monterey County 
Amateur Emergency Communications



Amateur Radio Operators


(HAMS) of Monterey County


support local agencies whenever 


an emergency calls for extra 


communication resources.  


Although we are called "amateurs" 


we are very professional in the 


level of service we provide as a 


volunteer (non paid) network of 


highly skilled communication 


personnel.




MC-AEC is a governing 



organization responsible for fund 



raising and is fully sanctioned as 



an operating club by ARRL 



National.







The Current


ARES ALERT / ACTIVATION 


STATUS 



may be found on our ARES 


website by clicking HERE.



We also support large scale



local events whenever extra



communications support is 



needed, such as bicycle races, 



marathons,and charity events.

Tri-County Area


Monterey County


San Benito County


Santa Cruz County

Location of Monterey County


The county is around 


100 miles long from 


north to south and the 


variable terrain often 


makes it difficult to 


communicate into 


sheltered valleys 


between ranges.



Monterey County 


Amateur Emergency 


Communications


is a Weather-Ready 


Nation Ambassador.

Our terrain veries from rugged coastal ranges to agricultural interior valleys surrounded by additional inland mountains.

Rugged Big Sur Coastline of Monterey County

Photo Credit:  NOAA

To contact the site webmaster click HERE.


This site was last updated on 5/21/2017

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To go to our MC-ARES

website click HERE


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