The Mission of the Lebanon Volunteer Fire Department shall be to provide Fire, EMS, Haz-Mat and Mutual Aid for the preservation and protection of life, property and the environment from fire, medical and environmental emergencies within the Town of Lebanon and surrounding areas.
Monthly Call Volume Statistics
Calls for March 2018:
Your Lebanon Volunteers have been hard at work during the entire year!
2 days ago
March 2018 calls:
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Lebanon Volunteer Fire Department Inc. added 10 new photos.
7 days ago
Here are some photos from the Aerial Strategy and Tactics class hosted by the Salem Volunteer Fire Co. 5 Lebanon members participated along with Ladder 106. The class is the minimum requirement needed to be a Ladder 106 Driver. These photos are from day 2 where Lebanon and other Depts put their Aerial Apparatus into different scenarios. A great class and great instructors! ... See MoreSee Less
Lebanon Volunteer Fire Department Inc. added 2 new photos.
1 week ago
***MVA Alert*** RT 87 is closed in the area of #981 due to an MVA involving poles and wires. Expect road closures or delays for many hours as 2 poles will require replacement. If coming south bound you can take Goshen Hill Rd to Madley to Waterman Rd back to Rt 87. Vice versa is coming North Bound. ... See MoreSee Less
2 weeks ago
***MVA Alert*** LVFD on scene Rt 289 at Bender for 1 vehicle MVA with injuries. RT 289 is down to one lane currently. ... See MoreSee Less
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Everyday Hero CT
The Everyday Hero CT volunteer firefighter recruitment campaign (the Connecticut Volunteer Workforce Solutions team led by the Connecticut Fire Chiefs Association and the IAFC - International Association of Fire Chiefs), in partnership with Hebron Fire Department volunteer firefighter and New York City-based cinematographer Matthew Troy, today launches “See You Out There,” a recruitment public service announcement that brought some Hollywood to Connecticut one weekend last August during three days of production. The PSA can be seen beginning today via social media and other online platforms, television, and various partnerships. Designed to increase awareness and visibility for the volunteer firefighter shortage in Connecticut, 30-, 60-, and 90-second versions of the PSA include captivating footage and visually groundbreaking moments as well as feature fire personnel from 16 different departments, including at least one from every county in Connecticut. Please share this video and, for more information, visit us at www.EverydayHeroCT.org/.
Colchester Hayward Volunteer Fire Company Auxiliary, Portland CT Fire Department, Cromwell Fire Department, East Haven Fire Department, Columbia Volunteer Fire Department, East Great Plain Volunteer Fire Company, Marlborough Volunteer Fire Department - MVFD, Windham Center Fire Department, Salem Volunteer Fire Company, Bozrah Volunteer Fire Company, Inc., Bolton Fire Department, Glastonbury Fire Department, South Windsor FIRE Department
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