Lebanon Fire Department
Public Education Division
The Public Education Division is responsible for education of fire and life safety to citizens of Lebanon and Lebanon schools, businesses and community organizations.
The Public Education Division has many tools and programs in which it delivers it’s message to the public. The members of Public Education put on demonstrations at all grade level schools, day care centers, senior citizen facilities, community organizations, and gives tours within our own fire stations.
There are many programs that the Public Education Division manages, here is a list of a few: School Fire Safety, Camp 911, Boone County Teen Academy, Community CPR & First Aid, Juvenile Fire Setter Program, Neighborhood Smoke Detector Program and smoke detector assistance.
We encourage the public to visit our fire stations, learn about protecting themselves from fire and injury, and get to know how the Lebanon Fire Department strives to make our community safer. If you are involved in any type of organization and may be interested in a deeper discussion about your safety and the safety of your children, please contact us to arrange a Public Education demonstration.
Call 765-482-8832 and ask for a member of the Public Education Division.