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OFCA Membership Dues

August 15th, 2016 5:00 PM - August 30th, 2016 - 5:00 PM

Membership dues are currently required to maintain good standing.

 

It’s that time again.  Your annual OFCA membership dues of $26.00 for FY2016/17 are due by August 30, 2016.  All active members of the Association in good standing on the date of their retirement from the fire service may become Retired Active Members of the Association and shall be entitled to all privileges and benefits provided by the Association, except that they shall not be entitled to hold office.

If paying on-line, your card will be charged immediately.  Once eligibility is verified, you will receive a membership card in the mail.


 

ARTICLE 4 – MEMBERSHIP Section 1. The membership of this Association shall consist of the following: Active Members, Retired Active Members, Associate Members, Sustaining Members, Active Life Members, and Honorary Life Members. Section 2. Active Members: Active members shall be entitled to all privileges and benefits provided by the Association and all elected officers shall be selected from this group. Active Members shall include: Any chief officer/shift commander of all grades, in a paid or volunteer or any organized public or military fire department in the State of Oklahoma. Section 3. Retired Active Members: All active members of the Association in good standing on the date of their retirement from the fire service may become Retired Active Members of the Association and shall be entitled to all privileges and benefits provided by the Association, except that they shall not be entitled to hold office. Section 4. Sustaining Members: Sustaining Members shall be entitled to all privileges and benefits provided by the Association except they shall not be entitled to vote or hold office. Sustaining members shall include: 1. All active members of a regularly organized public, private or military fire department or other fire service agency. 2. Any member of a government public safety agency, including law enforcement, emergency medical services, emergency management, or public safety communications. 3. Fire Protection personnel from Oklahoma universities, colleges, or technical/vocational schools. 4. Oklahoma Department of Forestry management personnel assigned fire suppression responsibilities. 5. Fire protection personnel from state facilities, including hospitals, mental institutions, veterans homes or other organizations approved by the Executive Board.