Metro Fire Radio is a 2-way radio group designed to keep it's members in reliable communication with each other. The group is made up of Police, Fire, EMS, OEM, and other Emergency Service personnel. Metro Fire Radio has prided itself on providing accurate, reliable, and efficient information to it's members and listeners.
The core belief of our radio system is to develop and maintain a stable radio system that will last through non-corporate growth. We believe in slowly introducing new repeaters into coverage lacked areas so listeners can bring our service into their homes as a "household name". With our newest repeater in the Monmouth / Ocean County area of New Jersey, we can now provide coverage as far south as the Seaside Heights area of New Jersey while maintaining the "family oriented" relationship that our members possess with each other.
If you're interested in not only joining a radio system that provides information to members and agencies in need of it, but also joining a system that will develop long lasting friendships with other members, than we urge you to fill out an application!
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Metro Fire Radio operates on the following repeater sites:
Metro Fire “North” in Alpine NJ – 478.2375 DPL: 465 - covers: Rockland, Westchester, Putnam, Nassau, Southern CT, NYC, and Bergen as its Primary coverage areas.
Metro Fire Radio 1 or Central in Montclair NJ – 451.850 TPL: 114.8 - covers: Bergen, Hudson, Passaic, Union, Essex, Morris, Middlesex, Bronx, Manhattan, and Rockland as its Primary coverage areas.
Metro Fire “South” in Tinton Falls NJ – 478.1875 TPL: 114.8 - covers: Monmouth, Ocean, Mercer, Middlesex, Union, Staten Island as its Primary coverage areas.
NOTICE: Use of the Metro Fire Radio system without becoming an authorized member, or without being a member of an authorized reciprocity group, is a violation of N.J.S.A. 2C:20-8 "Theft of Services". Theft of services is a disorderly persons offense. You may also be held in violation of Federal Code Section 90.403(a)3 under the General Operating Requirements Subsection "N". A violation of this is code a Federal Violation. We have and WILL prosecute offenders accordingly.