About This Station

The station is comprised of an anemometer, a rain gauge, a thermo-hydro sensor, and air particulate sensor situated in optimal positions for highest accuracy possible. Data is relayed to CWOP, APRS, WeatherUnderground, AmbientWeather and other data networks as it comes in, usually with 30 to 90 seconds.

Station Emergency Comms

We can operate on generator power with redundant internet feeds and communications equipment. During emergencies the following amateur radio frequencies are monitored by this station:
➯ 146.520 MHz Simplex
➯ 145.470 MHz (-) PL Tone 127.3Hz - W6VVR/R
➯ 144.390 MHz Simplex - WA6ODQ-9/MobileAPRS
Generator-ready with backup internet connectivity and communications equipment

Recommended (Partial) Equipment List

About This City

Vacaville, California is located in northern Solano County, midway between San Francisco and Sacramento. The City of Vacaville, incorporated in 1892 and currently comprising just under 27 square miles, has a beautiful setting bordered by rolling hillsides, fruit orchards and fertile farmland.

With an elevation ranging from 90 to 300 feet, Vacaville enjoys warm summers and mild winters, with an average summer high of 94º and an average winter low of 36º. Annual rainfall averages about 24 inches.

The City's rich history has transformed the community from a small agricultural town into a thriving and progressive city; now a diverse population of 97,446 residents call Vacaville home. While the City’s population history and demographics show its rapid growth, Vacaville remains a “small town at heart,” whose residents pride themselves on the high level of community involvement.

About This Website

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