West Lebanon Volunteer Fire Department

The Town of West Lebanon is located at the crossroads of IN-263 and IN-28 in central Warren County. Organized in 1936, the 20 members of this all-volunteer department respond to 50 runs each year. WLVFD provides Fire protection to 2,500 residents and 125 square miles. Their area includes Pike, Steuben, Kent, Jordan and part of Mound Townships plus a portion of Newell Township in Illinois.

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West Lebanon Fire Station – State Road 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


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


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


Engine 4-9: 1975 Ford C/Pirsch (PN-02)/RPI – 1000gpm/1000gal
This apparatus previously served Wabash Township VFD in West Lafayette, IN prior to its purchase in 2003.

Engine 4-9: 1975 Ford C/Pirsch (PN-02)/RPI – 1000gpm/1000gal


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

Not Yet Pictured: Station 2: State Line, IN