Madison County Amateur Radio Club


Florida Recovers

Links and information on recovery

Food shelter water locations courtesy WTLX

Amateurs monitor SAR net and HF 3950 and 7242  or 7251 daytime

Amateur Health and Welfare Checks 3940 @ 07:00

Amateur Volunteers needed sign up below.


Tallahassee Comfort Stations

Tallahassee Red Cross

Florida Outage maps

Florida road outages

Red Cross Capital Area Office

Get Directions

1115 Easterwood Drive
Tallahassee, FL 32311


Locate people from this Red Cross site or establish that you are safe.

Red Cross Safe and Well


Fema – Hurricane Michael

Florida EOC

North Florida ARES


Madison ARES

Madison Amateur Radio Emergency Services is the local response group for any declared emergencies in Madison county. We work in coordination with the Emergency Operations Center in the event of an emergency and provide amateur radio communication and any requested service. This is an amateur radio group but anyone interested in emergency services is welcome. Anyone looking for information on Amateur radio or in getting a license is also encouraged to contact the group. We meet every second Tuesday of the month at the Madison EOC at 6:30 PM.

New Addition is the Bug out list JUMP KIT Additional items for the list are welcome. Mail me. Thanks to Dave Davies for the work on this one.

Simplex Net Date

All stations log into the Lee Repeater and after business of the meeting is concluded all stations will QSY to 146.550 for simplex net. The Net Control operator will run through the roster and call for any new stations. Signal reports from reporting stations and no copy should be forwarded to Net Control once the roll call is completed.

Date Net Control Operator
Jan 21 3 Bob
Feb 25 4 Jr
March 18 3 Bob
April 29 5 Pat
May 13 2 Gina
June 24 4 Jr
July 29 5 Pat
August 12 2 Gina
September 16 3 Bob
October 28 4 Jr
November 11 2 Gina
December 2 1 Pat

Additions for this calendar mail to me


For lightning reports click on the picture below

Most of the Madison team are Skywarn spotters. Click on the picture below for more information on Skywarn.