Bellingham ACS

Bellingham Auxillary Communication Service


Bellingham Auxiliary Communications Service – serving Bellingham and the surrounding area with amateur radio emergency communications

Bellingham Auxiliary Communication Services (BhamACS) is committed to providing emergency communications in the Bellingham area in support of the Bellingham Fire Department and the City of Bellingham. We are licensed amateur radio operators committed to public service.Learn More

Steve AG7GN and a City of Bellingham intern at Station 4
Jim AE7UQ, Dave W7KKC and Ron KF7UZJ at Station 2
Ed AE7QD and Jim AE7UQ at Station 1
Dave WD0HHU, Leslie KI7IIV and John NU6A at Station 4
Station 2: Lynn KI7KPA, Captain Blouin and Ron KF7UZJ


We meet monthly on the third Tuesdays of each month at 10:30 a.m. at Whatcom Unified Emergency Coordination Center at 3888 Sound Way near the Bellingham airport (during the COVID-19 pandemic, we meet on Zoom). For more information, send an email to meetings(at)bhamACS[dot]org. Minutes to past meetings are available here.

Upcoming Events

Shake Out 2020 is coming up in April. Date to be announced soon. (If only we could schedule earthquakes!)

Get Involved

Bellingham Auxiliary Communications Service is a volunteer organization. To get involved, send an email to join(at)bhamACS[dot]org.

We need to get more pictures here and content that is helpful to BhamACS and anyone else who happens this way. Call to Action