ARRL East Bay Section

Honor Roll

Public Service Honor Roll Activity Report

If you are an Amateur Radio licensee who lives in the ARRL East Bay Section, whether or not you are an ARRL member, please report your Amateur Radio public service activity each month. Public service activity includes certain specified net operations, traffic handling, emergency operations and public service communication support, including planning and administration.

The ARRL East Bay Section encourages you to use its online Public Service Honor Roll Activity Report.

The ARRL East Bay Section collects information about Amateur Radio public service activity as defined by the ARRL Public Service Honor Roll (PSHR). Review the categories and descriptions to see where your Amateur Radio activities fit in. See the Public Service Honor Roll page on the ARRL Web site for details.

The ARRL East Bay Section’s online form follows the categories, criteria, and point levels established by the ARRL for its Public Service Honor Roll (PSHR). (This form substitutes for ARRL Form FSD-210 for hams who live in the ARRL East Bay Section.) If your point total for the month reaches or exceeds 70, you’ve qualified for the ARRL Public Service Honor Roll for that month, and the ARRL section leaders will send your results to ARRL Headquarters for publication in the Field Organization Reports segment of QST.

Though ARRL headquarters does not publicly recognize a monthly total of fewer than 70 PSHR “points”, the ARRL East Bay Section asks you to report any PSHR points that you earn in any month.