Chapter Boundries

Chapter Boundaries


Following is a directory of fleet professionals who chair each of NAFA’s chapters, as well as a brief description of the territory covered within each chapter’s boundaries. Please contact these professionals directly for information on their chapter activities.
  • Atlanta - All of Georgia, as well as the southern half of South Carolina and the eastern tip of the state of Tennessee.
  • Carolinas - Most of North Carolina and the northern half of South Carolina.
  • Chesapeake - The northern half of Virginia and all of Maryland, excluding the Metropolitan Washington DC area; and all of Delaware, excluding the immediate Wilmington vicinity.
  • Connecticut - The metropolitan Hartford, Connecticut area, as well as all areas north of Norwalk, CT, extending to the Massachusetts border.
  • Nation's Capital - The metropolitan Washington, DC area (inside the Beltway).
  • New England - All of Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Maine and the northern portion of New York state.
  • New Jersey - The east central and northern half of the state of New Jersey.
  • New York InterCounty - The five boroughs of New York, Long Island, the east central portion of New York state, the southern quarter of Connecticut and the following New York Counties: Rockland, Westchester, Putnam and Dutchess.
  • Old Dominion - The southern half of Virginia.
  • Philadelphia - The eastern half of Pennsylvania, the central part of New York state, the southern half of New Jersey, and the immediate Wilmington, Delaware vicinity.
  • Sunshine State - All of the State of Florida and Puerto Rico.
  • Alabama - The boundaries of the states of Alabama, and Mississippi, as well as the western three quarters of the state of Tennessee.
  • Chicago - Northern half of Illinois and the northern third of Indiana.
  • Greater Pittsburgh - The western half of Pennsylvania, most of West Virginia, and the western half of New York State.
  • Great Lakes - The state of Michigan and the metropolitan Cleveland, Ohio area.
  • Mid-America - The states of Missouri and Kansas
  • North Central - All of Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota.
  • St. Louis Gateway - The Southern half of Illinois and the eastern half of Missouri.
  • Tri-State - southern two-thirds of Indiana, all of Kentucky, and all of Ohio except for the Metropolitan Cleveland area.
  • Wisconsin - The State of Wisconsin
  • Arizona - The state of Arizona.
  • Mid-West - All of Nebraska and Iowa.
  • Pacific Northwest - All of Oregon, southern half of Idaho, small section of south central Washington.
  • Pacific Southwest - Southern California from San Louis Obispo and south to the border of Mexico, the State of Hawaii, and the Las Vegas, Nevada area.
  • Puget Sound - Most of Washington State except for a small region in south-central WA, the northern half of Idaho, and the state of Alaska.
  • Rocky Mountain - All of New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, Montana, and a small section of Texas in the El Paso area.
  • NorCal-Northern Nevada - The northern two-thirds of California and all of Nevada except the Las Vegas area.
  • South Central - All of Oklahoma and Arkansas, the northern half of Texas, and the northern half of Louisiana.
  • Southwest - The Southern half of Texas and the southern half of Louisiana.
  • Ontario - The province of Ontario, Canada.
  • Quebec - The provinces of Quebec, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island, Canada.
  • Western Canada - The provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia, Yukon, and the Northwest Territories.