Oklahoma State Firefighters Association

History of Oklahoma State Firefighters Association

The OSFA Offices are CLOSED until further notice.

Oklahoma State Firefighters Association logoThe Oklahoma State Firefighters Association (OSFA) has been proudly serving Oklahoma's Firefighters since 1894. OSFA is the most unique association in the country when it comes to providing service to fire departments. The OSFA has more than 16,000 members representing volunteer firefighters, paid firefighters (union and non-union), chief officers and retired firefighters. Department Memberships are available to all active and retired firefighters in Oklahoma.

OSFA serves as the umbrella organization coordinating for the Oklahoma Firefighters Museum, the Oklahoma Fallen and Living Firefighters Memorial, the Oklahoma Retired Firefighters Association, the Oklahoma Fire Chiefs Association, and the Oklahoma Fire Chaplains Association. Learn More about the History of the OSFA

OSFA Resources


Upcoming OSFA Events

February 6th, 2021 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Join us at the Comanche County Fairgrounds for a day for volunteer firefighters across the state to network with each other and learn about resources available to them from many of the fire service state agencies. A reception will be held the night before (Friday, February 5th) at Mike's Sports Grille starting at 6 p.m.
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126th Annual OSFA Convention Resolutions 2020

126th Annual OSFA Convention Resolutions 2020
Resolutions to be considered at the 126th Annual Convention in Oklahoma City June 13, 2020

124th Annual OSFA Convention Resolutions - 2018

124th Annual OSFA Convention Resolutions - 2018
2018 Resolutions for Convention - Results

125th Annual Convention Resolutions - 2019

125th Annual Convention Resolutions - 2019
Convention Resolutions 2019 - Results

126th Annual OSFA Convention Deadlines

126th Annual OSFA Convention Deadlines
CONVENTION DEADLINES: DATES TO REMEMBER - 2020