Chapter Membership

A Regional Chapter is made up of multiple jurisdictions whose staff enjoy membership in both the LGHN and the Regional Chapter group. A jurisdiction may include an unlimited number of staff on the membership. Regional groups may hold events and offer programming separately from what's offered by the LGHN.  Dues are determined by the forming board of the Regional Chapter.  

A Local Chapter is a single jurisdiction membership with an unlimited number of members from the organization.  Pricing is determined by the number of employees working for the organization. Please contact LGHN before completing the Local Chapter application.  APPLICATION

With any chapter membership, each jurisdiction must designate a main contact to handle payment of the annual dues and maintain the list of members. 



To join your organization as a new member under one of these Regional Chapters, select from the list of Regional Chapters below. 
(Individuals who wish to be added to an existing regional chapter membership, should contact their organization.) 

By completing the application for our organization, you will become the primary contact.  See these instructions for how to complete the application for a NEW jurisdiction/organization membership:   How to complete the Regional Chapter application.

To be added to an existing regional chapter membership,  please contact your jurisdiction to find out how you can be added.   Individual memberships are available in some regions only if your jurisdiction is not interested in being part of the regional chapter.




Resources for starting a Chapter

LGHN Chapter Toolkit: Resources for LGHN Chapters & Local Government Members
Chapter Bylaws Template
Contract Template for Chapter Administrative Assistance
LGHN Chapter Affiliation Agreement
SAMPLE Worksheet for Dues Calculation

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