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2019 Spring AFMA Conference

Wednesday, May 01, 2019 to Friday, May 3, 2019
Prescott Resort and Conference Center
1500 Highway 69
Prescott, AZ  86301

(800) 967-4637
Zach Whitten
(740) 972 - 6476 (p)
Registration is required
Payment In Advance Or At Event
*** The conference and Wednesday classes are open to AFMA members only. If you would like to attend but are not a member, please click Join AFMA on the home page. Once you are a member you will be able to register for the conference.

*** The Wednesday courses are free and not part of the $300 conference fee.

*** Please be aware that even though only the Thursday portion of the conference is listed as having a fee, the registration fee applies to both Thursday and Friday. Unlike the Wednesday courses, Friday is not free.
Cancellation Policy:
Applies to Conference Fees Only...
Refund 100% 7+ days prior
Refund 50% 2-6 days prior
Refund 0% within 48 hours
Activities/Items    (Click the down-arrow to the left of the activity/item to view the details)
Ethics for Professionals (2 CECs)
Stream Bank Stabilization (7.5 CECs)
FLO-2D Software Urban Drainage and Design Workshop (3.5 CECs)
Wednesday Lunch (Provided By AFMA)
Riprap Design for Standard Applications (3.5 CECs)
CFM Exam (Must Pre-Register with ASFPM)
Office Hours With FEMA And ADWR
Evening Reception and Registration in Granite Mountain
2019 Spring AFMA Conference - Thursday (6 CECs)
Dinner with Activities in the Clarkdale - Cottonwood
2019 Spring AFMA Conference - Friday (3 CECs)
Field Trip: Acker Park Regional Detention Basin (2 CECs)

Click the link below for conference brochure that has classes, presentations and hotel information