The mission of the City of Lebanon Fire Department is to serve the public with highly trained personnel in a three-tier model; life safety, scene stabilization, and property conservation. We serve with planning, response preparation, and will strive to prevent the need of our emergency services through education and community interaction.
Welcome to the City of Lebanon. As the Fire Chief, I have the honor to serve with a group of professional Firefighters who are committed to providing the fire, EMS, and life safety needs of our community. Through Servant Leadership our number 1 goal is to provide professional services to the community regarding Public Safety, Code Enforcement, Fire Prevention, and Fire Investigation.
The City of Lebanon Fire Department offers many services beyond responding to emergencies. Our car seat program offers car seats, installations, and checks to those in need. CPR classes can be scheduled at one of our stations or onsite. We have an outstanding Juvenile Fire Setters program which offers counseling to troubled youth. Visits to day cares, educational facilities, and organizations/clubs are offered for youth and adult education.
We will continue to work to earn and maintain the trust of all we serve.
975 Lasley Dr
Lebanon, IN 46052
All Fridays will be RED Fridays at LFD. RED stands for Remember Everyone Deployed. The department wants to support our troops that protect our great country every day. Starting in 2018 each shift will be putting together support packages to send to our troops serving abroad.
The Lebanon Fire Department is leading the charge and teaming up with The Salvation Army to help families in need this holiday season. Chief Chuck Batts, and Deputy Chief Robert Wirey have been on the job, and now they are helping you do the same. If you would like to step up and ring the bell, …
Lebanon Fire has received multiple grants for improvements to the Boone County Training Tower. A vertical ventilation prop was granted through District 5 Training. The second grant totaling $60,000, was received from the Indiana Department of Homeland Security. The IDHS grant is for infrastructure and maintenance. Pictured to the right are the LFD crews starting phase …
City Unveils Plans for 9/11 Memorial In 2009 the Lebanon Fire Department began a process to acquire a piece of the World Trade Center Towers. The goal was to raise funds and create a monument to remember the lives lost on that day. LFD received a 500 pound “I “Beam from Tower Two. Over the …