Educating the community on fire and life safety and preparedness is a top priority for the Lebanon Fire Department, by helping residents locate programs and services that will help keep them safe, reduce fires and injuries and improve overall health and wellness.
Firefighters will visit your elementary school and teach school age children important fire and life safety skills as well as learn about the equipment firefighters use to help injured people and put out fires, provide a tour of the fire engine, and demonstrate how a firefighter looks dressed in full gear.
Lebanon Fire Department provides station tours at all 4 fire stations. Each station tour includes:
Age appropriate fire & life safety skills Demonstration of the special firefighting clothes (turnouts)
View fire apparatus (fire engine, fire truck, rescue) and equipment
Tour where firefighters write reports, prepare their meals, exercise and rest
Station tours generally last about 30 to 45 minutes. We encourage all attendees, young and old alike, to ask questions and get involved!