Who We Are:
The Oregon Fire Chiefs Association (OFCA) is made up of fire service personnel at all levels, and provides opportunities for its membership to attend training and conferences throughout Oregon. The Association encourages and supports its membership through their evolvement with many committees and task forces. Some examples of committees that the OFCA members are involved in, are: Legislative, Wildland, and Fallen Firefighter Memorial. For a complete list of committees, Click here.
The OFCA’s mission is to help Lieutenants, Captains, Safety Officers, and Chiefs at all levels, be the best they can be, through continuing education, meaningful connections, and positive involvement with an array of work groups. Departments all across Oregon represent the face of OFCA; we strive to combine the knowledge, skills, and resources of these departments, to better the fire service as a whole. OFCA provides administrative support, advertises and staffs trainings, plans and runs conferences, offers legislative guidance and action, and provides meaningful connections and relationships with other members and relevant agencies.
How to contact us:
Please call the OFCA office with any additional questions you may have. We are eager to better explain who we are, what we do, and learn how we can better serve you, as a potential OFCA member.We can be reached from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday-Friday.Oregon Fire Chiefs Association 25030 SW Parkway Ave, Ste. 330 Wilsonville, OR 97070 (888) 846-5741 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org