Members of the Draper Ham Radio Association are prepared to serve with emergency communications capabilities in and around the city of Draper, UT.
The city of draper is organized into 10 emergency services districts. Under a written Memorandum of Understanding with the city of Draper, the DHRA operates a repeater sited at the fire station on Traverse Ridge. This repeater serves all of the emergency services districts. If the repeater is down, the club will operate simplex on the same frequency.
|DHRA Repeater||447.100- 100.0 Hz|
In addition, each district in the city has a simplex frequency to use, with the exception of the Suncrest district. The geography of that district makes simplex communications with handhelds challenging, so they use the club repeater. If the repeater is down, they would operate simplex on the same frequency.
|Corner Canyon||146.500||Thursday at 9:00pm|
|Draper||445.250||3rd or 4th Thursday at 9:00pm|
|Eastridge||145.550||Sunday at 9:00pm|
|Hidden Valley||445.300||2nd and 4th Sunday at 9:00pm|
|Mountain Point||147.500||Wednesday 7:15pm|
|River View||445.450||Thursday at 8:15pm|
|South Mountain||146.560||Tuesday at 9:00pm|
|Suncrest||447.100- 100.0 Hz||Thursday at 9:00pm|
I've created a few items which may be useful for DHRA members.
- Printable Districts List- opens a new window or tab with a simple listing of all the emergency services districts and their frequencies. Ask your browser to print the new tab to make your own printable list.
- dhra-chirp.csv - a CSV file with the club and district frequencies that you can load into CHIRP, which can program it into hundreds of different radios