All public officials, emergency management or related fields, and all personnel involved in all hazards emergency planning or emergency response are eligible for membership in the Association upon submission of proper application and payment of annual dues – as set forth in the bylaws. Examples of members include: emergency managers, county commissioners, city officials, law enforcement, fire, search and rescue, homeland security officials, and volunteer organizations such as the American Red Cross and Salvation Army.
KEMA offers networking opportunities among local emergency managers and homeland security officials as well as opportunities to interact with state and national emergency management professionals and other affiliated individuals, governmental agencies, and interested private groups.
For complete information about KEMA and membership, download the KEMA brochure here.
Dues & APPLICATION
Membership in the Kansas Emergency Management Association is $75 per year. Payment by check is $75, payable to the Kansas Emergency Management Association. Payment online is $78 (after addition of an online convenience fee).
The KEMA membership year begins on October 1 of each year, with memberships expiring on September 30, after the annual conference.