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3/17/2015
Notice of Election

Notice of Election There will be an election held in the City of Lewisburg, Greenbrier County, West Virginia, on Tuesday, June 9, 2015, for the purpose of electing a Mayor and two Council...

1/27/2015
Intake pumps turned back on

Great news on the water front...All the detailed water tests taken by EPA yesterday came back negative ("no detect") on measures of diesel fuel (hydrocarbon). The state Bureau for Public Health gave us the...

1/27/2015
Boil Water Advisory

A reminder that a BOIL WATER ADVISORY is in effect for customers of the Lewisburg water system until further notice

1/26/2015
Update on water distribution

Update on mass water distribution The following is updated information on the mass water distribution times and locations. Starting today at 7pm both location will be shut down for the evening. The water...

1/26/2015
Greenbrier Valley Medical Center has enacted water conservation measures

Due to the diesel tanker accident in Greenbrier County on Friday, January 23, 2015 that impacted the local water treatment facility, Greenbrier Valley Medical Center has enacted water conservation measures...

1/25/2015
Update regarding diesel spill and water supply

the Lewisburg Water system is basically dry--only water remaining is what's in pipes. Water test samples have been sent to labs. They say a 24 hour minimum turn-around for test results. Will communicate those results...

1/24/2015
Low Water Pressure Advisory

Low Water Pressure Advisory Late Friday night a diesel tanker accident near a tributary to Anthony Creek north on Route 92 in Greenbrier County dumped 2,000-3,000 gallons of diesel fuel. Anthony Creek flows into...

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Lewisburg Volunteer Fire Department proudly serves an area of 99 square mile with a population of 6,000 individuals. The  department operates out of two stations and provides fire suppression, high angle rescue, water rescue, hazardous material decontamination and response assistance for traumatic emergency medical services to a primarily residential area. The LVFD is a public department and is comprised of 17 volunteer firefighters, 4 career firefighters, and 14 volunteer support members.

The Department is staffed Monday through Friday with a paid Fire Chief and a paid Driver/Operator between the hours of 0700 and 1700, during the the hours of 1700 and 0700 (M-F) the department is staffed with a paid Driver/Operator and an in station volunteer fire-fighter. On Saturday and Sunday the department is staffed 24 hours with a paid Driver/Operator and an in station volunteer. This staffing provides 2 members in station 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The department has a current Insurance Standards Office (ISO) rating of 5/7/

The Lewisburg Fire Department was established in 1898 after the great Lewisburg fire of 1897 that destroyed the commercial downtown area. The original department consisted of approximately eight members and limited resources in which to combat fires. One hundred years later the department consists of 35 members, three fire engines, one water tanker/engine, one 75 foot Quint, one command vehicle, one quick response vehicle, one all purpose utility vehicle, one technical services trailer (high angle rescue), one de-con trailer (Haz-Mat), one water rescue boat, two fire stations and a training center (burn building, burn pit vehicle extrication pad, vehicle fire prop).

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