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Regular Membership is for any fire chief, chief officer and fire marshal with 2-5 bugles. *Special online promotion thru November 14: Use code 14Q4WEB and save $25.* - Join online now | Join form (pdf) Dues are $189 (plus applicable division dues).
Departmental Membership is for departments serving a population of 10,000 or less. The entire department can join for the price of a regular membership. Get details and apply now! *Special online promotion thru November 14: Use code 14Q4WEB and save $25.* - Join online now | Join form (pdf) Dues are $189 plus applicable division dues.
Affiliate/Company Officer Membership is for any member of a fire department or emergency medical services agency (captain, lieutenant, firefighter, paramedic, code official, mechanic, administrative staff and others) who is not a chief officer. *Special promotion thru November 14: Join now and receive one free section membership. Call to join or mark your free section on the Join form.* - Join online now (free section offer not available online)|Join form (pdf) -Annual dues are $95 and include division membership.
Associate Membership is for elected or appointed officials, individuals representing businesses that are interested in the IAFC and other interested parties. Join online now | Join form (pdf) Annual dues are $189 plus applicable division dues.
If you have any questions or would like to join by phone, please contact Member Services at 866-385-9110.
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Already an IAFC member? Add a section to your membership package by calling the IAFC toll free at 866-385-9110 (ask for member services). You can be invoiced or pay over the phone with a credit card.
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Annual section dues are just $25. Learn about all IAFC sections.
The IAFC has members in countries spanning all continents. Learn more about international membership.
Reasons to Join
- Receive clear, concise and trusted information that helps you better your job.
- Gain support and solutions from peers who face similar challenges.
- Access 24/7 to the latest data, research and best practices in the fire and emergency service.
- Thought leadership articles on current and emerging trends.
- Professional development opportunites through leadership and training programs.
- Building your network of contacts to whom you can turn when you need assistance and advice.
- Having an advocate in Washington, D.C., that's working for funding and resources that support your department, your personnel and your community.
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