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.
Message From The Chief
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.
Charles E. Batts
975 Lasley Dr
Lebanon, IN 46052
Phone: (765) 482-8827
A few changes are on the way when it comes to trash service in Lebanon. Here are some things to keep in mind, with changes expected to take affect during the summer of 2022.
Good evening. Thank you for joining us. As always, it is truly my pleasure and honor to address you. After the challenging years of 2020 and 2021, it is a relief that we can all come together safely. With so many projects moving forward in various stages of development and completion, I appreciate any opportunity to pause and reflect on the status of our community. It is a moment we can come together to take stock in our achievements, evaluate outstanding challenges, and cast a vision for our shared future.
During the December 13 City Council meeting, the City Council adopted Resolution 2021-28. This resolution contained the Community Investment Plan for the American Rescue Plan Funds the City of Lebanon received from the Federal Government. The plan includes many projects all around our community that will make investments in Lebanon’s future. After it was passed, Lebanon Mayor Matt Gentry provided a breakdown of how the funds will be reinvested in the community.
“When I was younger I never thought of doing this with my life, and now here I am and I’m enjoying every moment of it,” said Lebanon Fire Department Intern Kailyn Spanhook.”
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