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Tree Lighting Ceremony

The Lewisburg in Bloom Committee is sponsoring a Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony on Saturday, November 21 at 6 p.m. in the Center Green Space in downtown Lewisburg. The Carnegie Children's Choir and the...

November 17, 2015 City Council meeting agenda

LEWISBURG CITY COUNCIL MEETING Tuesday, November 17, 2015 At Lewisburg City Hall – 942 Washington Street West In the Paul R. Cooley Council Chamber Regular Session Agenda...

Window Decorating Contest 2015

Illuminate Lewisburg 2015 The Lewisburg in Bloom Committee invites all downtown business owners in Lewisburg to participate in the “Illuminate Lewisburg” Holiday Lighting &...

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Ordinance 250 Fire Service Fee

Councilmember White introduced the following Ordinance and moved for its adoption, which motion was seconded by Councilmember Lutz. The Ordinance being in the following words and figures: ORDINANCE 250...

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If you are experiencing a water leak emergency and it occurs Monday through Friday between the hours of 7:00 a.m. or 3:30 p.m. please call 304-645-1833 to report it. If the water emergency occurs after hours or on the weekend...

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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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