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 June 2018:

EMS: 40
MVC: 8

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

Upcoming EMT Class!

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4 days ago

Lebanon Volunteer Fire Department Inc.

Make sure you say hi to Chief Lyon patrolling the grounds on his bike. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 weeks ago

Lebanon Volunteer Fire Department Inc.

Please be aware, the LVFD does not send out letters looking for charitable contributions. This is a scam that has been popping up in the area. Currently our golf tournament flyers are being distributed around town but nothing that looks like the letter pictured below. If you have any questions about a letter you received and it's authenticity. Please message this page or stop down at the firehouse.It was brought to our attention that there is a letter that some people have gotten asking for donations. This letter did not come from the Bozrah Volunteer Fire Co. and is a scam. We have not sent out any letters asking for donations. A photo of the letter is shown here. ... See MoreSee Less

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See us poking around Amston Lake?? Don't be alarmed. We are reviewing the structure fire from the other night. We are also exploring our existing and potential water supply access points. ... See MoreSee Less

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3 weeks ago

Lebanon Volunteer Fire Department Inc.

At 2300 last night, the LVFD was dispatched to 116 Deepwood Dr for a structure fire, possibly fully involved. First arriving officer, Car 806, confirmed a 1 story wood structure fully involved. The first 2 engines on scene protected the adjoining exposures. The D delta side exposure was taking extreme heat and the building products were starting to off gas. The involved house also had a 100 pound propane tank that was actively off gassing and on fire in the back of the house. Multiplied lines were stretched off ET 206 and Hebron ET 210. Both controlling the fire building and keeping the propane tank at a lower temperature to decrease the chances of an explosion. The bulk of the fire was knocked down fairly quickly. After the propane tank fully off gassed and was no longer a danger. Crews were able to overhaul the fire building. Once overhauled the scene was turned over to the Lebanon Fire Marshals Office and the CT state police fire marshals. They continue to investigate. The LVFD would like to thank our mutual aid partners for their assistance. There were no injuries to occupants or firefighters.

Units on the ticket:
Car 406 - Command
Car 806 Operations
ET 206
Ladder 106
ET 106
Tanker 106
Ambulance 506
Rescue 106
Forestry 106
Hebron Car 10 (Chief)
ET 210
Truck 110
Tanker 110
ET 110
Columbia Tanker 105
Colchester Car 128
ET 128
Ladder 128
Bozrah/Salem Fast Team
Marlborough Tanker
Franklin Tanker
Chaplin Tanker
Windham Center ET 103
South Windham Engine 104
Windham Hospital Paramedic
WW Dispatch
Lebanon First Selectman
Lebanon FMO
CT State Police.
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