Welcome to the Lebanon Fire Department.
The Central Fire Station in downtown Lebanon has evolved from a volunteer department to a vital hub for emergency response. Signs of age and limitations in the building's design have prompted a proposed replacement project. View Complete Details...
Lebanon Fire Department Lieutenant Joel Coelho recently received his Fire Officer Credential from the Center for Public Safety Excellence. This model looks at the "whole officer", focusing on 7 components that cover the span of an officer’s experience. View Complete Details...
As our area continues to get more and more rain, it is essential to stay informed and prepared for potential flooding. Recent events have shown that unforeseen floods can wreak havoc on homes and communities. Continue Reading...
Community risk reduction “is a process to identify and prioritize local risks, followed by the integrated and strategic investment of resources to reduce their occurrence and impact” according to the National Fire Protection Association. Read on...
On 4/11/23, the Lebanon Fire Department responded to 39 North Park St., Lebanon for a fire alarm activation. One female victim was transported to Dartmouth Health and is in stable condition. Nine residents were displaced due to fire and water damage. View complete details.
The Lebanon Fire Department highly recommends fire extinguishers in any home or workplace to protect against the risk of fire. View Complete Details...
Fire DepartmentPhone: 603-448-8810Fax: 603-448-8811Emergency Phone: For immediate emergency help call 911
Monday - Friday
8:00am - 5:00pm
Central Fire Station Address:
12 South Park Street
Lebanon, NH 03766
Fire Station 2 Address:
63 Main Street
West Lebanon, NH 03784
James WheatleyFire Chief
Jeffrey LibbeyAssistant Fire Chief