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Membership to both the IAFC and SW Division costs less then $5.00/day

Scroll down to the bottom of this page to see the various membership classes and cost

What Your Membership Gets You

As an SW Division  member, you have easy access to trusted resources that will build your confidence, enhance your skills and help you serve your community more safely and effectively.



Departmental membership

Regular – for chiefs, chief officers and fire marshals with 2-5 bugles. Join online | Join form (pdf)
Annually billed at a weekly cost of $less than $5/week ($214)

SPECIAL: Electronic Membership – for 2 (crossed) bugle and 3 bugle chief officers.

Electronic Membership benefits
Annually billed at a weekly cost of less than $3.00/week  ($125.00)

Affiliate/Company Officer – for members of a fire department or EMS agency (captain, lieutenant, firefighter, paramedic, code official, mechanic, administrative staff and others) who are not chief officers.  | Join form (pdf)
Annually billed at a cost of $8/month ($95)

Associate – for elected or appointed officials, individuals representing businesses that are interested in the IAFC and other interested parties. | Join form (pdf)
Annually billed at a weekly cost of less than $5.00 ($214)

Departmental – for departments serving a population of 10,000 or less. The entire department can join for the price of a 1 membership. Get details and apply now! | Join form (pdf)
Annually billed at a weekly cost $4.50 ($214.00)

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