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If you would like to become a member of the PREDCI team, please print this form, fill it out thoroughly, and mail it along with a check** for membership dues to:

802 NE 6th Street
Guymon, OK 73942

** The check should be made for the amount corresponding to the level of membership.

The amended bylaws created two classes of members with the first being a contributing member and the second being a non-contributing municipality from an incorporated community. 

Municipalities are given a free membership to PREDCI in order to encourage their participation from around the region.  Each of them can have one vote and a seat on the board if they wish to participate. However, they are required to give a written request expressing their willingness to participate on a regular basis and be an active member of the board. 

These changes put everyone on the same level of the playing field, and former levels of membership are gone.  It doesn’t matter if you are a $500 member or a $20,000 member, each member has only one vote. 

The minimum annual contribution of a contributing member is five-hundred dollars ($500.00)  We recommend that you read our By-Laws before becoming a member to have a better knowledge of how PREDCI operates.

If you have any questions please feel free to contact us.