About us

Mission Statement

The purpose of the Texas GMRS Network is to promote the use and development of the General Mobile Radio Service (GMRS) and promote a natural interest in radio communications with the community, thereby improving public well-being, safety, and emergency preparedness.

Updates

Texas GMRS will have a information table the Greater Houston Hamfest (hosted by BEVARC) on March 1 & 2, 2024 at the Fort Bend County Fair Ground. For more information about the Hamfest please visit https://houstonhamfest.org/ – We would appreciate it if our members could help us man our table, please email [email protected] if you are interested.
Texas is forecast to have freezing and icy conditions across the state starting January 14th. during this weather events, it is anticipated travel conditions will worsen. Due to this, it is planned that the Texas GMRS network will be put into emergency operation mode, during which time we ask all users to keep conversations to a minimum to allow others to be able to use the radio and times need. Please join us on Sunday evening for our net for additional information and upcoming weather forecast.
We would like to congraulate 🥳 the GMRS community as the FCC has issued all the call signs starting with WR, soon we will be hearing all the new call sign starting with WS. On behalf of Texas GMRS Network, we wish everone the best of luck in 2024!

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GMRS Repeater Map

Texas GMRS Network consist of linked and unlinked repeaters through the State of Texas. 
Your membership grants you access to all the repeaters.

Texas GMRS
Linked Repeaters

Alamo City
Linked Repeaters

Stand Alone
Repeaters

Weekly Net Schedule

Sunday, 5:30 p.m. – Harris/Galveston County REACT Check-in Net, Hosted by Harris/Galveston County REACT

Sunday, 6:00 p.m. – Rotation of Family Fun Net, Tech Net, Check-in Net, Hosted by the Texas GMRS Network

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