All Tolland County Fire Dispatch dispatches are now done in ‘Plain Speak’. This means that there is no longer the use of signal or code numbers when a department is ‘toned out’ for a call. If you would like to view the list of signals and codes we used to use, please click here.
Click HERE to listen to our live scanner feed.
Typically there are two frequencies we use when communicating with dispatch. The first frequency, 33.80mhz, is used by Tolland County Fire Dispatch to tone out the department. The second frequency, 33.86mhz, is used for our officers and apparatus to co-ordinate operations both between each other and with dispatch.
New Crossband to 33.86 is working great (155.8200 mhz – VHF High)
If you listed to the scanner enough, you will of course here surrounding towns as well as us. Below you will find a list of station numbers. The station number is a suffix to each units call sign, for example, Stafford Fire Dept. No. 1 is station 45, so all of our call signs end in 45.
|13||Willington No. 1|
|19||Tolland County Dispatch|
|48||Tri-County Fire Police|
|JMH or Johnson Medic||Johnson Memorial Hospital Medics (ASM)|
|RGH or Rockville Medic||Rockville Hospital Medics (AMR)|