IAFPD's 78th Annual Conference
Exhibitor information and registration is now available on the Exhibitor Page.
Now Available ON-DEMAND!
The FUNdamentals of Fire Protection District Budgets and Appropriations
With James Sinclair of Stobbs, Sinclair & Livingstone, Ltd.
It is the responsibility of the Board of Trustees of each fire protection district to adopt the annual budget and appropriation ordinance on a timely basis. The Municipal Budget Law specifies that this process must be accomplished. Join us for a back-to-basics refresher for fire protection district officials. This session will give participants a look into the mandatory budget and appropriation process and take them through the process. Learn the steps required from adopting a Tentative Budget Ordinance to publishing and filing the Final Budget and Appropriation Ordinance. Receive tips on mistakes to avoid and shortcuts to make the process easier.
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CE Earning Programs are available On-Demand
Brush up on some basics for fire protection district officials or attend the sessions you missed at the 77th Annual Conference on-demand from your home, firehouse, or office and earn credits toward your 2022 CE requirement.
Visit the Online Programs Page to find out more.
Check out the newest online resource! Visit the Resources Page to see a NEW interactive map of Illinois fire protection districts.
Handbook for Trustees of Fire Protection Districts
Revised in 2021, the Handbook is the essential companion to the Text of Laws. This clearly indexed and easy to understand reference provides an explanation of the laws which govern fire protection districts in Illinois, with corresponding statutes. $50.00 for members / $70.00 for non-members, plus shipping
You can order online HERE. You must login to get member pricing. Online order pricing includes shipping. Call for discounted shipping on multiple book orders.
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