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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 January 2017:

FIRE: 14
EMS: 44
MVC: 12
OTHER: 2
TOTAL: 72

Calls for February 2017:

FIRE: 7
EMS: 30
MVC: 6
TOTAL: 42

Calls for March 2017:

FIRE: 8
EMS: 35
MVC: 4
TOTAL: 55

Calls for April 2017:

FIRE: 13
EMS: 39
MVC: 1
OTHER: 0
TOTAL: 53

Calls for May 2017:

FIRE: 9
EMS: 46
MVC: 11
OTHER: 4
TOTAL: 70

Calls for June 2017:

FIRE: 9
EMS: 42
MVC: 11
OTHER: 2
TOTAL: 64

Your Lebanon Volunteers have been hard at work during the beginning months of the year!

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Lebanon Volunteer Fire Department Inc. shared North Windham Fire Department's post. ... See MoreSee Less

This morning at approximately 0824 the North Windham Fire Department along with Windham Center Fire, South Windham Fire, and the Willimantic Fire Department responded to 503 North Windham Rd for the r...

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Mutual aid is so much more a fact of life for fire departments these days, volunteer and career. Always glad to help out in any way we can. ... See MoreSee Less

This morning around 8:23 South Windham was dispatched mutual aid to North Windham with many other departments for a reported kitchen fire. First arriving North Windham members called into dispatch wit...

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At tonight's Monthly Meeting the Chiefs announced the appointment of our newest Fire Lieutenant Car 906 Brandon Dominique. Congratulations to Brandon on a well deserved position!!

Zach Caler was also voted in to Active Membership from probationary. Congratulations Zach!
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Lebanon Volunteer Fire Dept will be hosting it's 14th annual Golf Tournament at Blackledge Country Club on Monday August 21st. Please not the date change from previous years!! For more info click on the flyer below or message this page. ... See MoreSee Less

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If you went to the Willi Boom Box Parade yesterday and got there early enough to see the runners in the Mile. You may have seen 2 crazy firefighters running in their fire gear. Yea........those crazy guys are from Lebanon. Captain Jay Schall and Firefighter Brandon Dominique both conquered the Boom Box Mile with a time of 8:30. Good work guys!!! We also had members in Columbia participating in their 4th of July parade. Many of our dedicated members out representing the LVFD proudly on a holiday! We hope everyone enjoyed The Holiday!! Things were mainly quiet for us and that's the way we like it! ... See MoreSee Less

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