Home
Digital TV
Channel Guide
Transmitter Locations
Small Works Roster
Contact Us

Methow Valley
Communications District

Status:
All Brewster and Pateros stations are off the air.
KSPS is off the air from McClure and Grizzly.
It looks like our southernmost site on Goat Mtn has been destroyed by the Chelan Complex fire. This site transmitted the Brewster and Pateros channels and was also the source for KSPS on McClure and Grizzly. We'll be assessing our options for getting KSPS back on the air in the upper Methow, but it will likely be many days before we can get to our remaining Goat site to work on alternatives for Brewster/Pateros.

The generator on McClure has an internal fault, probably originating with the lightning strike on June 1, so it is not operational and will be repaired/replaced as soon as possible.

Some areas in the upper valley may have poor reception of Fox 28.1 and 28.2. We're working to resolve a subtle equipment problem.


The Methow Communications District provides:

  • Television and radio communications throughout the Methow Valley.
  • Provides the power for emergency and cellphone services on McClure Mountain.
    • Okanogan County Sheriff
    • Twisp Police Department
    • Winthrop Marshal
    • Aero Methow Rescue Service
    • Okanogan County Roads Departmane
    • USDA Forest Service
    • Verizon
    • Cellular One

Methow Valley Communications District is a special taxing district of Okanogan County and has been in existence for over 50 years. In 1972 Washington State Law RCW 36.95.100 created our taxing district. We are a non-profit service entity with a five-person volunteer Board of Directors who are appointed by the Okanogan County Commissioners.


The billing amount for 2013 is $20.00.
Please make your check payable to:
Methow Valley Communications District

and send it to:
Okanogan County Treasurer
PO Box 111
Okanogan WA 98840