Finding printed maps at the neighborhood level is becoming more difficult as more and more maps go online. You can print Google Maps, but sometimes the results are less than satisfactory, and the cropping is hard to control.
Lane Council of Governments (LCOG) has some excellent scalable maps on their website. This page lists some of their wonderful maps which print well, and can be scaled and cropped to include just the area of your choice. The maps appear to be vector graphics, so that the resolution can be adjusted if you have access to a good graphics editor.
If you would like some assistance in creating a custom map for your area of responsibility or concern, please feel free to send me a note via the contact page.
On Saturday, April 10, 2021, we met at the back lot of Norkenzie Christian Church to check out our FRS radios and do some testing. We had a number of brands represented, including Midland, DeWalt, and Baofeng. After some experimenting, we determined that most of the radios were able to successfully send and receive on the two channels tested, 1 and 3. An important note: we determined that the radios must be set to NOT use CTCSS or DCS tones. While that eliminates privacy of communication, it allows us to monitor all activity on those channels.