Boone County Amateur Radio Emergency Service

Boone County Amateur Radio Emergency Service


K0SI repeater 146.760 - pl 127.3 Columbia, Missouri
Weather Net, K4CHS repeater 146.610 - pl 127.3 Columbia, Missouri
DSTAR repeater, WX0BC 442.32500 MHz +5.000 Columbia, Missouri
Winlink Gateway, KM0R-10 144.970 1200 Columbia, Missouri
Winlink Gateway, KM0R-10 145.030 1200 Columbia, Missouri
Winlink Gateway, KM0R-10 441.050MHz 9600 Columbia, Missouri

Missouri ARES
Missouri SEMA
Boone County FPD
American Red Cross - Central-Northern Missouri Chapter
Missouri Skywarn

Sanborn Field, University of Missouri, College Ave.
Jefferson Farms, on New Haven Rd., Columbia, Boone County, MO
Bradford Farm, University of Missouri on Rangeline Rd. at Vemers Ford Rd.
Capen Park, Columbia, Boone County, MO
Williamsburg, Callaway County, MO
Versailles, Morgan County, MO
National Weather Service for Columbia MO
Missouri Climate Center

Recent Midwest Earthquakes
Missouri Streamflow
US Lighting Strikes

High-Point Maps
Listserver Group
Past Events
The Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES®) in Missouri provides emergency communications to "Served Agencies" such as the Office of Emergency Management, the American Red Cross, the Salvation Army, the National Weather Service, hospitals, and others as agreed in each county. The 114 Missouri counties and the City of Saint Louis are grouped into nine ARES® districts. Many ARES® teams also provide communications for public service events such as marathons, parades, bike riding events, and boat races. The FCC prohibits any Amateur Radio Operator from accepting payment for these services.


Article on the 2018 SET exersise
Report on the 2017 SET exersise
Article on the 2016 SET exersise

Missouri ARES Interoperbility Plan posted on the forms webpage

Club Meetings

Club Meeting are held on the first Tuesday of each month at various locations in Columbia, MO at 6:30 pm.

Communications Emergency Prepareness Tips

The National Weather Service provides continous Weather Radio
for Boone County on:
Jamestown, KWN-55, 162.425 Mhz, Ch-4
Fulton, WXL-45, 162.400 MHz, Ch-2
Many of these radios can be programmed to be in sleep mode and turn on when the weather service sends a weather alert.

For more Emergency Preparedness Tips

The Red Cross has many Disaster Preparedness Publications.

Created February 5, 2005
Last Updated: November 9, 2018