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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 March 2018:

FIRE: 18
EMS: 44
MVC: 5
OTHER: 12
TOTAL: 79

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

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***Road Closure Alert*** Valinsky Rd is closed just in from Exeter Rd. A large tree has come down on wires. Utilities have been notified. ... See MoreSee Less

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***Road Closure Alert***. Exeter Rd (Rt 207) is closed at Seabury Rd. Seabury Rd is also closed. Wires and poles are down and crews are responding from the utilities. Please avoid the area. The DPW is working on other trees down in the roadway around town. Please use caution on the roads tonight. ... See MoreSee Less

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Lebanon Vol Fire Department congratulates our newly certified EMT’s Chris Liedeimer and Meghan Domanico on receiving their state certifications! Now offical! Seen here at last nights department meeting with President- Deputy Chief Mark Elliott (left)and Assistant Chief Alan Olenick.(right) ... See MoreSee Less

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2 weeks ago

Lebanon Volunteer Fire Department Inc.

Last night members worked along the airline trail and the high tension lines on 3 spot fires.Willimantic firefighters are currently operating a large brush fire in the woods off Columbia Ave. Engine 301 and 101 on scene. Use Caution in the area.

UPDATE: Operating multiple fires throughout the woods with mutual aid help from Columbia Volunteer Fire Dept., Windham Center Fire Department,North Windham Fire Department,South Windham Fire Department.

Lebanon Volunteer Fire Department Inc.also operated a brush fire within close proximity to our scene.
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2 weeks ago

Lebanon Volunteer Fire Department Inc.

Thank you beautiful weather!!! We were able to continue work on our LVFD Training Facility today. Piers were dug, concrete was poured, material was spread and brush was cleared. A tremendous amount of work was completed. We will continue to work on our facility in the coming weeks. We would like to thank those members who participated in today’s detail.
We would also like to thank the following people/businesses for their help today:
Chief Engineer Nate Lyon with his backhoe
Lieutenant Kristian Cwikla and his tractor
Shorts Landscaping
Raymond’s Auto
McKinney Mobile Mix
Steve Coit
Kapura General Contractors
Lebanon Building Official
LVFD Members:
Chief Lyon
Asst. Chief Olenick
Capt. Kulman
Capt. Schall
Capt. Green
Firefighter Miles
Firefighter Collins

Everyone listed donated their time or went out of their way to help make today successful. All
Funds for this project come from charitable donations from members of our community. Thank you everyone!!!
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