Florida Chapters

This Chapter organized in 1987 is a combination of contractors, distributors, consultants, and manufacturers from the Dade and Broward County area.  This Chapter has a strong membership who is active in all aspects of the Florida Irrigation Society.

The Jacksonville Chapter was re-established in late 2004, and was named the Northeast Florida Chapter.  This Chapter has strong membership that has become quite active with the Society. 

In the 3.5 years since the founding of the chapter, they have maintained a strong core group and grown membership. Members continue to talk about the impending changes coming our way in the state and how important it is to stay informed. Monthly meetings are held on the second Tuesday of every other month.

The Palm Beach/Martin County Chapter was reorganized in 2007 with the assistance of Bob Johnson and Spencer Phillips.

The Southwest Florida Chapter was reorganized in early 2006.  This Chapter is diligently working with the cities and counties in their area regarding unlicensed contractor issues and ordinances. 

The Tampa Bay Chapter is one of the largest local Chapters of the Florida Irrigation Society.  The members of this Chapter have worked hard over the years to provide member services, member training, coordination with local government bodies, and enhanced their value to all citizens in their area.  The Tampa Bay Chapter has worked hard and spent much personal time making sure codes are fair, logical, and enforced properly.

The Volusia County Chapter consists of contractors, consultants, distributors, manufacturers from the Daytona Beach, Port Orange, and local areas.  The Chapter is quite active in proposed irrigation ordinances with helping in the setting of guidelines for fair and practical irrigation. 

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