History of Oklahoma Fire Chiefs Association
The Oklahoma Fire Chiefs Association (OFCA) was established in 1922. Since its beginning, the association has been made up of chief officers from throughout the state. But at the 2012 OFCA Conference, the chief officers in attendance voted in an amended OFCA Constitution and By-Laws that, for the first time, opens up membership in the association to all active members of a fire department! Learn more about OFCA Membership
In addition to the annual conference each Spring, a Winter Workshop is held each January that brings in speakers from all around the country to discuss current issues. Service to the membership also includes a newsletter, The OFCA News, as well as representation on the State Fire Marshal Commission, the OSFA Legislative Committee by 2nd and 3rd Vice Presidents, OSFA Educational Advisory Committee by 1st Vice President, and the Oklahoma Emergency Medical Services Advisory Council.