Located in the county of Collin, TX, we were organized in 1975 by a group of amateurs who had a strong desire to serve their community and provide emergency communications.  

The primary function of Collin County Amateur Radio Emergency Services or CollinARES, is to support our Served Agencies. Supported agencies, but not limited to include the National Weather Service, Red Cross, Homeland Security and The Department of Health Services.


Severe WXLightning HazardHEAT INDEX
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                Collin County Hazard Planner


GIS Updated “Real Time” - Web

CDC Situation Summary -
What you need to know and resources (CDC) - Web           
World Health Organization (WHO) - Web

Texas DSHS - Web

Collin County COVID-19 Resources - Web
Allen - Web
Celina - Web
Frisco - Web
McKinney - Web
Plano - Web
Richardson - Web

Safety Resources - Web (Resilience Ed)

WinLink Wednesdays
North Texas has a home for WinLink Wednesdays. 
Each week is given a new assignment on how you check in.  Join in the exercise.  Help out a ham.  How do you send a message without the Internet?  Also check out the WinLink page for resources about how and what nodes are available. 

Recent Announcements

  • HAM COM 2020 - CANCELLED COVID-19 Update:For some time the Ham-Com Board of Directors have been monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic situation. Over the last couple of months, our reality has been ...
    Posted May 3, 2020, 7:30 PM by Chadwick Stelzl
  • 2020 Collin Skywarn Pre-Registration Pre-registration link. Registration is not required. However, we can help provide proof of attendance and allow us to capture our audience attendees to aid in future planning. Please be ...
    Posted Dec 13, 2019, 6:06 AM by Chadwick Stelzl
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