Membership in OARC is complimentary for remainder of 1st year licensed. Reduced membership dues for 1/2 year memberships. ARRL joins thru OARC benefits your local club without additional cost to you. ARRL joins through the club will receive the new Repeater Directory valued at $10.95 as a gift. ARRL renewals thru OARC also benefits your local club without additional cost to you.

Click here if you would like to learn more About OARC before you join.


Membership in the Ogden Amateur Radio Club is open to anyone interested in Amateur Radio. You do not need an amateur license to join us. You do not need to join the club to participate with us. Dues are used to operate the club, field day activities, and repeater equipment maintenance.

Joining or renewal is easy. Come to a club meeting or fill out this form. Instructions for mailing it are on the form.

DUES: Membership dues are $15.00 per year for a licensed ham and runs August - August. Whole family membership is available for families with more than one licensed ham in the household for $25.00 per year. An associate membership for the non-licensed is $10.00 per year. So a licensed ham and spouse can both join for $25.00.

NOTE: New Hams >>> Membership in OARC is complimentary for remainder of 1st year licensed.

CALL SIGN/NAME BADGE: You can order your OARC "Call Sign/Name" badge for only $10. It comes with a magnetic clip. Place your order at the next club meeting or contact the OARC webmaster.


The Amateur Radio Relay League ARRL is the national membership association for Amateur Radio operators. ARRL membership also includes a subscription to the QST magazine.

If you also want to join ARRL fill out this form and bring it to the next club meeting. Our club can retain $15 for each NEW regular or senior membership submitted. A NEW MEMBER is defined as any individual who has never been a member of ARRL or any individual who has not retained a membership for two or more calendar years prior to the application submission. A RENEWING MEMBER can renew at anytime on line at ARRL.org, even before their current membership term expires.

If you're joining or renewing OARC and joing ARRL for the first time write one check payable to the club and mail both application forms to the club.


Founded in 1952, the Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service (RACES) is a public service that provides a reserve communications group within government agencies in times of extraordinary need. During periods of activation, RACES personnel are called upon to perform many tasks for the government agencies they serve. Although the exact nature of each activation will be different, the common thread is communications.

If you would like to join RACES in Utah complete the membership application and mail it to the address shown on the form.


The Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES) consists of licensed amateurs who have voluntarily registered their qualifications and equipment for communications duty in the public service when disaster strikes. Basic Information for the Amateur Radio ARES Volunteer & ARRL ARES

If you would like to join ARES complete the registration form and give it to your Emergency Coordinator. Contact the Utah Section Manager if you don't know your Emergency Coordinator.

Weber County's EC is: Steve Snow KE7WYU 801-200-9746, stevesnow04@hotmail.com
Weber County ARES Sheriff Communications team meets 1st Saturday of each month at 10 am at the Weber Co. Sheriff's Office.
Also, a local ARES net operates Tuesday evenings at 8:00 PM on 448.600 MHz.

Our GOAL at WC ARES is to work together to provide public service communications support for special events.

Updated 08 June 2017