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Daniel Meehan has been appointed as the new Fire Chief for the town of Lebanon, Maine.  Chief Meehan brings over 20 years of experience to our town. 



Reflective Address Signs 

are now available for purchase.  

Having your house properly marked will help emergency responders locate your address easier.  These signs are made of high quality reflective material and can be mounted vertically or horizontally. 

Click Here or Stop by the Depot Road Fire Station to purchase for $15.00.
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Welcome to the Town of Lebanon, Maine Volunteer Fire Department website.  We are a volunteer municipal fire department that provides a wide variety of services by an outstanding and dedicated group of volunteers.   


Whether you are visiting our website for business reasons or just browsing for pleasure, we hope that you will find useful information about the services we provide.  The Lebanon Fire Department is committed to the safety of our citizens and travelers.  Our goal is to keep this website informative for people of all ages. Visit our Public Safety Information Page where you will find many tips on safety and fire prevention. Thanks for stopping by and feel free to Contact Us with any questions or comments.  We appreciate your input, as we are always striving to improve.


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Lebanon is located in Southern, Maine bordering; Rochester &Milton, NH, Acton, Berwick, North Berwick, and SanfordMaine;Lebanon is home to approximately 6,031 permanent residents and nearly 14,000 in the summer months.   Lebanon is approximately 55.8 square miles, 54.7 miles of land and 1.1 miles of water.

     We operate out of two stations. Central Station (East Lebanon Station) which is located at the intersection of Depot Road and Upper Cross Road and houses two pumpers, one pumper-tanker, one Forestry unit, and two Utility vehicles.  

Station two (Blaisdell Corner) located on Carl Broggi Highway near the New Hampshire state line houses one Pumper-tanker, Boat 1, and UTV 1.

Also housed at station two are the towns two Ambulances, and EMS first response vehicle operated by the Lebanon Rescue Department.

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