SLA is organized into 55 regional Chapters that elect officers, issue bulletins or meeting announcements, hold three to nine program meetings during a year, and initiate special projects. Members in all classes may affiliate with the Chapter nearest their own preferred mailing address (either business or residence) without charge. They may also affiliate with more than one chapter for an additional fee.

Fairfield County New Jersey Philadelphia
Hudson Valley New Jersey–Greater Princeton/Trenton Pittsburgh
Maryland New York Rhode Island
New England New York – Upstate

Alabama Louisiana/Southern Mississippi Tennessee Valley
Florida and Caribbean Mid-South Virginia
Georgia North Carolina Washington, DC
Kentucky South Carolina

Central Ohio Indiana Minnesota
Cincinnati Iowa Nebraska
Cleveland Kansas/Western Missouri Saint Louis Metro Area
Illinois Michigan Wisconsin

Arizona Texas
Oklahoma Rio Grande

Hawaiian-Pacific Rocky Mountain Sierra Nevada
Oregon San Diego Silicon Valley Chapter
Pacific Northwest San Francisco Bay Region Southern California

Eastern Canada Toronto Western Canada

Outside North America
Arabian Gulf Australia and New Zealand Sub-Saharan Africa (Provisional)
Dissolved effective 12.31.15
Asia Europe


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