Fire Department

  1. Fire Department

    Phone: 603-448-8810
    Fax: 603-448-8811
    Emergency: For immediate emergency help call 911

    Monday - Friday 
    8:00am - 5:00pm 

    12 South Park Street 
    Lebanon, NH 03766

  2. Chris Christopoulos

    Fire Chief

  3. Jeffrey Libbey

    Assistant Fire Chief

  1. Lebanon Fire Department Halloween Open House

    Lebanon Fire Department and Lebanon Permanent Firefighters Association invite the public to stop by Firehouse #1 for a Halloween Open House on October 31st, 5pm to 8pm. Enjoy pizza, sweet treats, and say hello to local Firefighters and Smokey the Bear! View event details.
  2. Change Your Clock, Change Your Batteries

    As we all get ready for winter and turn our clocks back on Sunday, November 7, 2021, the Lebanon Fire Department would like to remind everyone to be certain to have at least one working smoke and carbon monoxide detector on each level of your home. Get ready to change your batteries!
  3. The Promise That We Will Never Forget

    On September 11, 2021, the Lebanon Fire Department, together with members of the Lebanon Permanent Firefighters Association past and present, held a remembrance ceremony to honor all first responders who gave their lives in sacrifice on that tragic day. View details and photos.
  1. Community Conversation for Proposed West Lebanon Fire Station

    The Lebanon Fire Department cordially invites you to attend a community conversation to seek feedback and to answer your questions about the potential siting of a new West Lebanon Fire Station at the property located at 38 Maple Street, West Lebanon. View complete details.
  2. Safety Tips for Summer Grilling

    When the warmer weather hits, there’s nothing better than the smell of food on the grill. The Lebanon Fire Department would like to offer the following safety information regarding Grilling Safety. Continue reading...
  3. A Reminder: Be Bear Aware

    A reminder to residents about local bear activity. The Lebanon Police and Fire Departments urge residents to use caution while walking in or near wooded areas, supervise children playing outdoors, and take steps to reduce chances of bears visiting homes. Continue reading...
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