|Interested in Emergency Communications?|
There are no dues or membership fees associated with being part of ARES,
just an interest in Public Service and a willingness to train and
participate in activities supporting Emergency Communications. Members
must complete a minimum level of training and regularly participate in
activities to achieve Deployable status and receive an official Gwinnett
ARES Photo ID recognized by Gwinnett County Emergency Management.
Upon achieving Deployable status, a member can be assigned to field communications and support positions during an event or emergency. To become a deployable member of ARES, the following training and activities must be completed.
To join Gwinnett County ARES, please fill out a Gwinnett ARES Membership Form and place in the mail or bring it to a meeting or you may fill out an Online Application Form. After submitting the Online Application Form, you may complete the Gwinnett ARES Basic Skills Online Test. The application and test may only be used for applicants for Gwinnett ARES. If you wish to take a test for another county, visit the Georgia ARES site, www.gaares.org.
|Nets: Gwinnett County ARES meets on the AIR weekly with a training net each Monday night at 8:30 PM on the GARS [147.075+, PL 82.5] repeater. Everyone is welcome to join the net.|
|Meetings: Gwinnett County ARES has a meeting once a month at the Gwinnett Emergency Operations Center, 800 Hi Hope Road in Lawrenceville. The meeting starts at 7:30 PM local time with a talk-in available on the GARS 2 meter repeater [147.075+ MHz - PL 82.5]. Click here for meeting dates.|