The Lebanon Fire Division operates out of two stations for response to emergencies in the city. Fire Station 41 is located at 601 N Broadway, next to the Warren County Fairgrounds. Station 41 houses two engines, two medic units and the ladder truck. Station 41 staffs an engine and a medic unit 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Each of these units are staffed with at least one Paramedic and both units are ALS equipped. Station 41 is also home to the office of the Fire Chief, Battalion Chiefs and the Administrative Assistant.
The engine is equipped with a wide range of firefighting, rescue and EMS equipment. The Firefighters train each day to perfect the skills necessary to operate all the equipment on the apparatus safely and efficiently.
The medic unit is the busiest unit in the fleet; it accounts for about 70% of our call volume. The medic unit is equipped with the most technologically advanced equipment including a LifePak15, which can detect heart attacks, defibrillate, pace, give heart rate, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide and oxygen saturation levels.
Fire Station 42 is located at 3116 Lebanon Rd., next door to the Ohio State Patrol Post. Station 42 houses an engine, two medic units and the battalion vehicle. Station 42 is staffed with 3-5 Firefighter Paramedic/EMT’s, depending on availability, as well as the shift Lieutenant.