"Honorable Service For All"...

...is our Mission Statement. We are a progressive fire department and a community leader in fire suppression and prevention, as well as emergency medical services.

We strive to provide the best service we possibly can to all of our customers.

 

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Did You Know?...

demo...that the most common materials first ignited in home smoking-material fire deaths were mattresses and bedding, upholstered furniture and floor covering.

Open Burning Info:

demoTo find out about open burning restrictions, visit these two sites:

KY Dept. of Forestry

Louisville Metro APCD

 

Whats New:

Apparatus News

Our new fire apparatus, "Quint 1657", will arrive soon. It will be dedicated and placed into service on June 3, 2017, at our open house.

 

From the Chief:

 

David Howser
Chief of Department


Your fire department continues to be on the cutting edge with programs to ensure the safety of you and your family.  Lyndon is one of the first fire departments in the nation to initiate cost recovery for fire inspections and has won national and local awards for workplace flexibility and wellness.  Our proud tradition of service to the citizens and businesses in our district continues today. We are proud to protect you!

 
 

Current News

Announcement

Lyndon Fire and Rescue will host a public open house and dedication ceremony from 10AM to 4PM on Saturday, June 3, 2017. The event will take place at our headquarters, located at 8126 New LaGrange Road in Louisville, KY. The event is part of our annual Crusade for Children fundraising campaign. The open house will feature free food, fun activities for children and adults and time honored fire service traditions.

At 1PM the public can participate in the dedication of Lyndon's newest fire apparatus as it is put in-service and traditionally placed 'on-track' and available for emergency response. Quint 57, dubbed the 'Lyndon Special' pays homage to a long tradition of specialized and custom apparatus designed by and for service in Lyndon. Everyone present will be able to help place Quint 57 in service in a traditional fire service ceremony.

At 2PM we will honor two long time former members. Chief James S. Baker (ret.) and founding firefighter John McCarthy will have their names enshrined on our Wall of Honor, recognizing the significant role they played in the Department's history.

Everyone is encouraged to come out and help us celebrate these milestones in Lyndon's history!

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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