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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 September 2017:

FIRE: 10
EMS: 47
MVC: 7
OTHER: 0
TOTAL: 64

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

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At our monthly meeting Wednesday, we accepted Christina Cantrell as a Probationary Member. Congratulations Christina! Welcome aboard!! ... See MoreSee Less

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Lebanon Volunteers and the Lebanon Fire Marshal's were at the Lebanon Elementary School on Tuesday for the annual fire prevention program. A good time by all! ... See MoreSee Less

A big thank you to our Lebanon Fire Department who taught all the grades about fire safety. October marks Fire Prevention month. During their visit, we practiced drills, watched a safety video and eve...

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Today was a busy day for the LVFD. We started working on cleaning up our Training Grounds located at the Town Dump. The LVFD's goal is to have a Fully Functional Training Facility that allows our members and our mutual aid partners to train on the plethora of emergencies we face. We've been working on this project for many
Months with the town and other committees/agencies. It's exciting to see some fruits of our labor. All funds for this project come from donations to the FD. No taxpayer funds will be used. We would like thank Lt. Kristian Cwikla and Chief Engineer Nate Lyon for bringing their heavy machines today. We would also like to thank Past Member Myles Davis for taking some of our old Extrication vehicles from the grounds. Make sure to check this page on updates for this project.
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***Road Closure Alert*** Waterman
Rd is closed from Madley Rd to Hoxie Rd due to an earlier MVA, Pickup Truck vs Pole. The pile is snapped with wires down. Expect the road or at least one lane closed for an extended period of time.
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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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