Illinios Valley Community Media & Education Center




IV Watch

Welcome to the Illinois Valley Community Watch information page. We are trying to rally as much community awareness and self-support as possible. Meeting information is below. Get informed and participate at what level you are able.


Weekly Meeting Schedule
Meeting every Monday 6:00 PM for Nov/Dec
by ZOOM and Phone
A Community Forum follows the Watch meeting 7:00PM

Community Virtual Forums
Sundays & Thursdays @ 7PM
Conversations on the subject matters Call to place Agenda items, more info below.

Join Meetings via ZOOM @
Meeting ID: 753 638 3361
Passcode: 911
One tap mobile +12532158782,,7536383361#,,,,911#
Dial by your location
+1 253 215 8782 US (Tacoma)
+1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)T

ZOOM VIA PHONE: The One Tap Mobil should work with iPhone (double tap the #). Via Android – or other type If double tap don’t work. Hold (finger) on the one tap # (in the webpage), expand highlight to copy just the full # with ID & password, open your phone (program) hold finger on where to enter phone # and paste, then press dial. With my phone, a Moto, it enters the ID # ok, but not the password. Enter the – 911# – when prompted. You should be in the meeting. If on land line, flip phone, or other, you’ll need to enter phone#, ID #, then the password when prompted. I write it all down first.

Community Forum AGENDA

Oct 21 : Rummaging Bear in the KenRose NH and general topics, text me at 541-415-1929 to submit a topic or call me for discussion on submission. Thanks

IV COMMUNITY WATCH Downloads for guides, Info and maps

Here are some support materials below: the E-Phone Tree Guide with worksheet. If you have a 2-way radio there’s Tutorials on Baofeng and comms. If you wish a radio make a meeting or when I’m that way we’ll meet somewhere, and brief you. Radios are $40 ea. – for best low cost range service programed to listen to all the local Emergency Channels along with 2-way communication. We check in daily to help people get familiar with using radios and testing reception. Then couple with comms, strategics, logistics, and tech training. You’ll know what’s going on directly within an Emergency Incident and how to support a good safe outcome.

Ken Rose Area Map below:
We will have more download materials and maps as we generate them with and for other watch groups. We can help with detailing out a map for your area, and help connect community minded members form your own watch network. Create a webpage here for your neighborhood and a secure private post page, as needed… our service to you with IVeMedia.