Founded in 1939, the Washington State Council of Fire Fighters (WSCFF) has worked to provide our membership the best possible working conditions and the safest possible working environment, along with fair compensation and benefits. The Council is comprised of more than 8,500 fire fighters, EMTs, and paramedics organized into 125 affiliated local unions of the International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF).

June 18 - Come to the WSCFF 80th Annual Convention

About the WSCFF

The WSCFF is comprised of more than 8,500 members of the International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF) and organized into 129 local affiliates.

Leadership Team & Staff

Meet the WSCFF staff and district representatives serving on the Executive Board together with the President, Secretary/Treasurer, and Vice President.

Committees

Standing committees are created and funded though WSCFF Convention resolutions to address issues impacting the work of fire fighters and EMTs.

Executive Board Resources

Agendas, meeting minutes, correspondence and resources for the Executive Board.

Resolutions

Resolutions are developed by WSCFF members and voted on by elected delegates at the annual WSCFF convention.

Constitution & Bylaws

The WSCFF was chartered by the IAFF in 1939. The constitution and bylaws are a contract between the members and the WSCFF guiding policy decisions and day-to-day operations.

WSCFF History

WSCFF members are part of a long and courageous tradition that started with the formation of the IAFF in 1918, and continued with the creation of the WSCFF in 1939.

WSCFF Burn Foundation

The WSCFF Burn Foundation is a registered 501(c)3 charity that exists to promote the education and prevention of burn injuries and improve the lives of burn survivors.

WSCFF Benevolent Fund

The WSCFF Benevolent Fund provides scholarships to dependents of WSCFF members, and supports firefighters or family members in need.

Become a Washington Fire Fighter

There is no single path to the profession of fire fighting in Washington State.