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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

Your Lebanon Volunteers have been hard at work during the month of January, February and March!

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For the month of March your Lebanon Volunteers responded to a total of 55 calls. The break down is as follows:

Medical - 35
Fire Related - 8
Motor vehicle accidents - 4
Other - 8
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At tonight's Special Town Meeting, the Lebanon Town Residents Unanimously approved the purchase of a New Ambulance to replace our current one. Our current ambulance is approximately 7 years old and historically we have replaced each ambulance every 5-10 years. The Officers and Members of the Lebanon Volunteer Fire Department want to thank the residents of Lebanon for their continued support! ... See MoreSee Less

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Control the door, control the air flow. Control the air flow, control the fire. ... See MoreSee Less

The most basic principle of fire safety.....doors.

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Our Friends to the east are having their Annual Breakfast with the Easter Bunny! Check out more in the link! ... See MoreSee Less

Breakfast with the Easter Bunny

April 2, 2017, 8:00am - April 2, 2017, 10:00am

The Easter Bunny is hopping into town on Sunday, April 2nd for our annual breakfast at the Franklin Fire Department! Breakfast is all you can eat and includes pancakes, eggs, sausage, homefries, and...

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Here are some photos from last nights Air Management Training. Recently LVFD put into service some new 45 minute Air bottles. The majority of our packs utilize 30 minute bottles, but our first response engine (ET206) will now have all 45s. This drill was a chance for our members to exert themselves (dodgeball) and conserve as much air as possible. ... See MoreSee Less

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