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

Calls for February 2017:

EMS: 30
MVC: 6

Calls for March 2017:

EMS: 35
MVC: 4

Calls for April 2017:

FIRE: 13
EMS: 39
MVC: 1

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

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Today's throwback photos are Lebanon's 2nd and 3rd ambulance. These ambulances were used during the 60's and early 70's. The newer photo also shows the old firehouse, that still sits across from town hall on Trumbull Highway! Happy EMS Week everyone!! ... See MoreSee Less

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Another throwback photo courtesy former member John Shea III, who is the young lad in the photo. This is a 1976 Dodge Maxi Van ambulance, Lebanon's Fourth ambulance. Happy EMS Week all!!! ... See MoreSee Less

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Tonight we honor our EMS Veterans of LVFD. These 5 members have over 200 years of Service to the Citizens of Lebanon!! Chief John Lyon, Assistant Chief Alan Olenick, Past Chief - Fire Police Lieutenant Bob Cady, Fire Police Captain George Smith, and Dept Secretary Maggie McCaw. All of the depts EMS members were treated to a taco dinner along with personalized gifts. The LVFD appreciates all of our EMS members. The party only lasted a short time. All our members retreated to the bays to start prepping the fleet for the Memorial Day Parade. ... See MoreSee Less

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Today is the official start of EMS Week in the state. It's a full week devoted to our EMS professionals and volunteers. Long hours, crazy calls, lives being saved, training, death, life, education......the life of a EMT, Paramedic or EMR is ever changing. Here in Lebanon we are 100% Volunteer, all those same things happen here all while we go to School, work full time jobs, cut into retirement etc. we are forever thankful for our EMS members!! A number of celebrations are planned all around the state including one we will celebrate at the firehouse. As part of the celebration we will post a throwback photo commemorating EMS Week each day. Today's photo goes back to one of our very first ambulances!! ... See MoreSee Less

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***Road Closure Alert*** Exeter Rd is closed between Lawrence Dr and Leonard's Bridge Rd for a single car accident. A car struck a pole and the pole is snapped with wires on the ground. There are no injuries. The road will remain closed or be taken down to 1 lane while the utility companies fix the pole. ... See MoreSee Less

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