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
On Friday October 20th the City of Lebanon Fire Department participated in mass casualty training. Planning for this event started over 6 months ago in coordination with local public safety agencies. Randy Waltz of the Boone County Health Department organized the training. The theme was planned as an act of domestic terrorism; causing an explosion with an anhydrous ammonia leak. Mass casualty protocols were implemented while dealing with a working fire, multiple victims, with an active hazardous chemical release.
Several road improvement projects near the future Eli Lilly and Company campus are planned by the IEDC/Pure Development to provide safer and more efficient access to area homeowners and personnel working on the project. The contractors performing this work will ensure access to homeowners.
Nothing, it seems, can stop the red-hot momentum of the second-fastest growing county in the state. Situated just north of Indianapolis, Boone County is attracting businesses of all sizes and sectors, as well as citizens with its increasing list of job opportunities and quality of life amenities. In recognition, the Indiana Chamber of Commerce is honoring Boone County as its 2023 NextEra Energy Resources Community of the Year.
Lebanon Firefighter Katie Pallikan knew at a young age that she wanted to be in the fire service. Her father is a firefighter. Her two brothers are firefighters. It’s how she’s wired and it’s who she is. With so much drive, determination, and respect for the fire service, it’s not surprising that Katie Pallikan has become the first female firefighter in the history of LFD.
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