ARRL East Bay Section

Public Service Events

Here is a calendar of public events in the ARRL East Bay Section for which volunteer Amateur Radio Service communications support has been requested.

Calendar of Public Service Events
2014-2015

Amateur Radio Volunteers at Public Events

Licensed Amateur Radio operators are encouraged to assist as communications volunteers at events in which the public will benefit from their volunteer services. Most of these events are runs, hikes, walks, and rides in which members of the public participate and can be at risk. Two-way radio enables multiple volunteers to exchange information and coordinate a response to an incident quickly.

Amateur Radio operators providing volunteer support at public events also gain valuable experience that will be useful in times of disaster, another circumstance in which Amateur Radio gets the message through. Read more about Amateur Radio public service (http://www NULL.arrl NULL.org/public-service).

Event sponsors: Amateur Radio … Serving Your Community. Learn how Amateur Radio works with event sponsors and public safety officials. Please contact the Section Emergency Coordinator, ARRL East Bay Section, as shown on the Contact page if you would like to arrange volunteer Amateur Radio communications support for your upcoming public event in the ARRL East Bay Section. He will put you in touch with a local Amateur Radio operator who may be able to assist.

How to Use the Calendar

Amateurs, your services are needed! Please review the calendar’s list of upcoming events.

The name of each event shown is a link. Activate that link (click on it) to display more information, including a link that will allow you to send a message to the Amateur Radio operator who is coordinating volunteer communications support for that event.

“Hams” who coordinate support for events: Please contact the Section Emergency Coordinator, ARRL East Bay Section, as shown on the Contact page if you would like to list your upcoming Bay Area public service event on this calendar in order to attract additional volunteer ham radio operators, or if you have corrections or other changes to make to events already listed.