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Mission Statement

The Mission of the Lebanon Volunteer Fire Department shall be to provide Fire, EMSHaz-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 September 2017:

FIRE: 10
EMS: 47
MVC: 7
OTHER: 0
TOTAL: 64

Your Lebanon Volunteers have been hard at work during the entire year!

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Calls for November 2017
EMS: 40
FIRE: 7
MVC: 4
TOTAL: 51
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Here are some photos from tonight’s Tree lighting and bonfire. Santa rode in style in Ladder 106 with all its lights. Then everyone warmed up by the bonfire. We hope everyone enjoyed the evening. We sure did. We even brought the Christmas spirit with us on an emergency call where Captain Schall wore his Xmas light covered helmet. Thanks to everyone who shared in a great night!! ... See MoreSee Less

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Don’t forget to come stuff our Rescue truck tonight. Winter Clothing, Unwrapped toys and non perishable food items will be accepted. ... See MoreSee Less

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LVFD Members installing a Dry Hydrant on Leonard’s Bridge Rd by Tobacco St. Lebanon has 1 Fire Hydrant on a gravity fed system on Camp Moween Rd. Since the town has only 1 Hydrant, the FD relies on dry hydrants all over town to supply water in the event of a fire. Dry hydrants are rigid pipes that are installed into local ponds, lakes, and rivers. These pipes are installed into the ground and out into the water source below the freeze line. This allows access to water 365 days a year. And no cutting ice to gain access to a pond. If there’s a need to establish a water supply. A fire engine or pumper can pull up next to any one of these dry hydrants and hook up to the Hydrant and draft (suck) water from the pond. This water can be used for direct firefighting operations or to supply tankers used in a tanker shuttle. It’s our goal to continue to identify water sources all around town that we can place a dry Hydrant in. These dry hydrants save crucial time and manpower when a fire happens. We would like to thank the homeowner of the property for allowing us to install this very important dry Hydrant. This enhances our firefighting delivery on the western side of town. ... See MoreSee Less

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Come stuff Rescue 106 at the Tree lighting this weekend. ... See MoreSee Less

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