Important Announcements

  • Maryland Fire Chiefs Association Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

    The Hall of Fame Award was established by the Maryland Fire Chiefs Association (MFCA) Executive Committee in 2021 under the leadership of President William Smith and Past President Hugh Owens to recognize the distinguished service of individuals. The first emphasis to be service to the MFCA and then service to the individual’s department and local jurisdiction. October 2021 the Hall of Fame Committee will be selecting “Charter Members” for induction into the Hall of Fame.


  • MFCA Leadership Training Weekend

    WHO SHOULD ATTEND: The programs are designed for chief officers, company officers and those aspiring to move into a leadership role within their department. WHY ATTEND: The programs are facilitated by today’s fire service leaders with real life experiences and expertise and because you won’t want to miss this educational opportunity…


  • MFCA Safety and Health Newsletter Issue #1 October 2021

    Welcome to “Back Step Talks” inaugural edition, a product of the Maryland Fire Chiefs Association Safety and Health Committee. The purpose of this bulletin is to share information to keep each and every firefighter and EMS provider in this state safe and well physically, mentally, and emotionally. We ask that you print this newsletter out for your station as well as share it on social media. Together, through education and helping one another we can make a difference. If you are interested in assisting with this project, please reach out to our committee chair Dave Lewis.


  • MFCA Safety and Health Committee Report

    This is the September 2021 Meeting Minutes from our Safety and Health Committee. We thank Chairman Lewis and the committee for their vision and commitment moving our association forward!


  • Governor Hogan, Maryland State Police Announce All Aviation Command Bases Will Remain Open

    Governor Larry Hogan and Maryland State Police (MSP) Superintendent Colonel Woodrow Jones III today announced that all Maryland State Police Aviation Command (MSPAC) bases will remain open.


  • UPDATE - Maryland State Police Aviation Command Budget Cuts

    The Maryland Board of Public Works met on Wednesday, September 2nd and discussed the status of budget cuts related to the Maryland State Police Aviation Command (MSPAC). Please read the below for more information.

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