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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

Calls for July 2017:

FIRE: 14
EMS: 43
MVC: 3
OTHER: 0
TOTAL: 60

Calls for August 2017:

FIRE: 9
EMS: 55
MVC: 4
OTHER: 6
TOTAL: 74

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

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LVFD on scene of an active Fire Alarm at Lyman Memorial High School at 3 am this morning. The entire building was checked with no problems reported. Engine Tank 206, Ladder 106 and Rescue 106 responded. This was the 2nd Fire Alarm tonight for the LVFD. ... See MoreSee Less

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***ROAD CLOSURE ALERT*** RT 87 (Trumbull Highway) is closed from Oliver Rd to Tobacco Rd due to power lines down. No time frame given by Eversource as they are busy with these gusty winds. ... See MoreSee Less

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Lebanon Ladder 106 and Bozrah Ladder 126 standing by to welcome the 911 Memorial exhibit as they pass thru our towns in route to the Ct State Firefighters Assoc. Convention in Norwich. ... See MoreSee Less

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Last night the LVFD was presented a check from the First Baptist Church's Ice Cream Social and Variety Show. We are very grateful for the generosity of the Church. Thank you!!! ... See MoreSee Less

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Your Lebanon Volunteers responded to 8 calls for service today, including a brutal stretch that required mutual aid from Columbia and Hebron Fire Depts. our thanks to them. We also utilized the Windham Hospital Paramedics on a number of the calls as well as American Ambulance Service. Thank you to all our Emergency Partners and our Volunteers who continue to step up when the bell rings! ... See MoreSee Less

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