Fire Department

Welcome to the Lebanon Fire Department. Visit the City's COVID-19 Information page for current updates on citywide operations related to the current health crisis.

Information about the proposed Fire Station 2 Replacement Project in West Lebanon can be found on our project page located at LebanonNH.gov/FD2

  1. Fire Department


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

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

    Address: 
    12 South Park Street 
    Lebanon, NH 03766

  2. Chris Christopoulos

    Fire Chief

  3. Jeffrey Libbey

    Assistant Fire Chief

  1. Light the Night for Fallen Firefighters

    Both Lebanon Fire Stations will join the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation in honoring and remembering the sacrifice of America's fallen heroes by lighting up the fire stations with red spotlights for the month of October. Continue Reading...
  2. 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 Monday, October 31 from 5:00pm to 8:00pm. View event details.
  3. Fire Chief Chris Christopoulos Announces His Retirement

    The City Manager announces the retirement of Fire Chief Chris Christopoulos from the City of Lebanon, effective October 28, 2022, after over 20 years of service to the City and a 40-year career in the Fire Service overall. Continue Reading...
  1. Dog on a Roof

    Lebanon Police and Firefighters assisted with a dog who escape his apartment and was seen on a roof by a passerby. Read on...
  2. Scam Alert

    The Lebanon Fire Department nor the Lebanon Permanent Firefighter’s Association are soliciting donations. Anyone who receives a call related to this is asked to contact the Lebanon Police Department. Read on...
  3. Reminder that Burn Permits are Required

    The Lebanon Fire Department reminds residents and businesses that burn permits are required by law for all outside fires other than charcoal or propane-fueled devices. This includes chimineas and fire pits. Continue reading...
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