Region 40 Radio Communications Planning and Administration

Planning, application evaluation, and frequency recommendation activities are conducted by the Region 40 Regional Review Committee for 821 MHz frequencies. The Region 40 Radio Communications Planning Committee is developing a plan for the use of 700 MHz frequencies. Local governments and particularly public safety agencies benefit. The service area includes forty-two counties in four planning regions: North Central Texas Council of Governments, Ark-Tex COG, East Texas COG, and Texoma COG.

Oversight Responsibilities: 
The Region 40 Regional Review Committee provides technical direction and oversight. It is largely composed of broadcast engineers, communications personnel, and public safety representatives. 
 NCTCOG's Department of Emergency Preparedness is responsible for committee appointments, coordination of meetings, agendas, and record keeping. The Federal Communications Commission is the final authority for approval of the frequencies recommended.

DRAFT 700 MHz Regional Plan for Region 40 (Central and Northeast Texas) - September 2015
FCC Public Notice - June 29, 2015

Plans
Region 40 Study for the City of Fort Worth, Texas 
Region 40 Request - September 12, 2011 [By Request only]
Region 40 700 MHz Application Review Process 
820 MHz Plan 
 

For more information contact:
radio@nctcog.org