For over 100 years, the Oregon Fire Chiefs Association has proudly served Oregon’s fire, rescue, and emergency service leaders.
The Oregon Fire Chiefs Association strives to serve and unite the leaders of Oregon’s fire service by creating opportunities for engagement, education, and organization across departments and emergency service fields. The OFCA believes in advancing the Oregon fire service through positive leadership, active legislative involvement, and the sharing of information while upholding the highest ethical and professional standards.
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We are dedicated to improving the lives of all fire and emergency service personnel who serve the state of Oregon. Join today and help us make a difference.
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March 28, 2023: Click here to view the
OFCA NEW MEMBER SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY: The OFCA Board of Directors wants to make membership accessible to all of Oregon’s chief officers so they are offering a free one-year Active Member Scholarship to chief officers who have never belonged to the Association. They are especially interested in assisting chief officers who work in small volunteer or combination fire departments where financial limitations may have prevented them from joining the OFCA.
Click here to view additional details or apply: https://ofca.org/join-us.
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