West Lebanon Volunteer Fire Department

Station 1

The Town of West Lebanon is located at the crossroads of IN-263 and IN-28 in central Warren County. This all-volunteer department provides Fire and medical First Responder protection to the western portions of Warren County.

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West Lebanon Fire Station – 207 N. High St - IN-263
Built in 1998, this firehouse is located along the railroad tracks and is home to all four frontline apparatus, one antique and Warren County Rescue Squad 4. .

Engine 4-0: 1997 Freightliner FL80/Smeal Pumper – 1250gpm/1000gal


Engine 4-0: 1997 Freightliner FL80/Smeal Pumper – 1250gpm/1000gal


Brush 4-2: 2002 Ford F-350/Precision Tank & Equipment (PTE) – 250gpm/250gal


Engine 4-3: 1966 Ford F750/Boyer (26110)/Midwest Pumper - 750gpm/750gal
E4-3 served in frontline service until 1997 and is still an active reserve rig housed at Station 1.

Engine 4-3: 1966 Ford F750/Boyer (26110)/Midwest Pumper - 750gpm/750gal


Tanker 4-4: 1998 Freightliner FL80/1999 Danko – 500gpm/3300gal


Tanker 4-4: 1998 Freightliner FL80/1999 Danko – 500gpm/3300gal


Ranger 4-8: 2013 Polaris Ranger/FD - HP/90gal


Antique - 1936 Dodge/Darley – 500gpm/300gal
This apparatus served as a frontline truck at West Lebanon until 1966. It has since been fully restored by department members.

Antique - 1936 Dodge/Darley – 500gpm/300gal