Here are the frequencies of Police, Sheriff, Fire, Ambulance And other agencies in Escambia County, Pensacola, Florida. Plus some for nearby Counties Santa Rosa, Okaloosa, & Walton Fla. Also Navy Blue Angels, Railroad, and other non emergency radios.
This site is updated 2015. I FORSEE TAKING THIS SITE DOWN as Local Emergency agencies go digital. The scanners are expensive but come pre programmed.
City of Pensacola is a Motorola type II trunked system. Analog for now.
But Pensacola is going to a P25 digital system within the next few months. (Fall 2015) It will be the current frequencies and trunk system but digital. Your analog scanner will no longer work (if they go encrypted I will most likely take this site down.)
Pensacola Fire Dept.WPUB 901 Pensacola Police. Pensacola Regional Airport Police, ESP Gas Company, Pensacola Parks & Recreation, Sanitation & Streets Dept, Code Enforecement, and Building Inspections.
See trunk ID's list & link below.
(c should be a control channel)
FIRE AND POLICE Trunk Track ID'S
112 TAC 1
144 TAC 2
2256 TAC 3
2288 TAC 4
272 MUTUAL AID
1840 AARF (AIRPORT FIRE RESCUE)
3216 PATROL MAIN, DISPATCH
3248 INVESTIGATIONS MAIN
3408 SPECIAL OPS 1
3440 SPECIAL OPS 2
3472 SPECIAL OPS 3
3312 TAC 1
3344 TAC 2
2000 PD HQ All Call
3504 MUTUAL AID
3760 TALK AROUND
PATCH (sometimes active)
2480 Escambia County Fire
2544 Escambia County EMS
Follow link for other Pensacola Trunk ID'S (Parks, ESP, ECUA, Sanitation, Code Enforcement, Cordova Mall, Port, PJC and more! all on the one Motorola Analog Trunk System)
PENSACOLA AIRPORTTower, Approach, Taxi = Frequencies & other INFO, from an off site source.
Link to the list of fire trucks for Escambia County and Pensacola and County Fire Paging Tones information:
Escambia Fire Stations; listing, manning.
Fire Station's First out Apparatus
Station 1 - Bellview E1- volunteer
Station 2 - Beulah E2-volunteer
Station 3 - Brent E3-paid crew 24 hr.
Station 4 - Cantonment E4-paid crew 24 hr.
Station 5 - Century E5-volunteer and 1 paid crew E519 7-16:00
Station 6 - Ensley E6- Paid crew 24 hour
Station 7 - Ferry Pass E7- volunteer
Station 8 - Innerarity Point E8- volunteer
Station 9 - McDavid E9- volunteer
Station 11 - Myrtle Grove E11- volunteer
Station 12 - Oceola L12- paid crew 24 hr.
Station 13 - Pensacola Beach L13 paid crew 24 hr.
Station 14 - Pleasant Grove E14 paid crew 24 hr.
Station 15 - Walnut Hill E15- volunteer
Station 16 - Warrington E16 paid crew 24 Hr.
Station 17 - West Pensacola E17- volunteer
Station 18 - Molino E18- volunteer
Station 19 - Perdido Key L19- paid crew 24 hr.
Station 20 - Paradise Beach E20(was Sta8B) - volunteer
Station 21 - Dogwood park E21(was Sta18B) volunteer
Station 22 - Bratt E22(was Sta15B) volunteer
Station 23 - Byrnville E23(was Sta5B) volunteer
Naval Air Station Fire Dept.[Main, Corry, Saufley]has their own Dispatch & P25 Encrypted Not Monitorable
They switch to Escambia Fire when responding to mutual aid calls. They also dispatch NAS MED Units.
You can practice Dial 911 with your mouse.
Escambia County Emergency Medical Services
(see Public Safety Link above)
These frequencies are P25 digital
462.975 EMS MainThis channel is for dispatch, working calls and system status.
If you have a question, correction, comment or frequency you can respond by- Email.
I often wonder how useful this site is since new "GPS" scanners, cell aps, streaming signals. The cost of digital scanners, and of course encryption. (Even though around here only ESO is encrypted. ) Most people go to Radio Reference to get these frequencies,(they got a lot of stuff from me back in the beginning, without credit!) which is fine they can update as needed, It is hard to keep up with neighboring counties, I lost count how many times South Alabama systems have changed in the last few years. I gave up trying since I don't listen to them.
Here is a site with Scanners and information on scanning=
Have a thousand channel scanner? Here is random list of other frequencies you might try. Malls, Industry, Hospitals, Security, Schools, Fast Food, Even Churches! ("!) All in Pensacola.
This site had recieved over 28,000 hits before the counter malfunctioned and started over. The most hits recieved were during Hurricane Ivan with over 3000 hits in 3 days.
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