What’s New at the Lyndonville Fire Company

March is Ladder Safety Month

Planning to clean your gutters, paint a room, inspect your roof or clean that top kitchen cabinet?? Falls are a top cause for serious injuries. Take time to read about ladder safety from the American Ladder Institute. You'll be glad you did. Click here for ladder...


It’s that time of year! We are seeking donations and volunteers. We have mailed our annual fund drive letter. Call 575-765-9003 for to set up an appointment to find out details on volunteering from one of our fire fighters.


There are 2 things that are really important during this COVID-19 pandemic. WASH YOUR HANDS (for at least 20 seconds) SOCIAL DISTANCING The COVID-19 virus has a thin layer of fat around it. SOAP and water breaks up the fat and helps inactivate the virus. So PLEASE...

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Under the current COVID-19 situation we would like to provide you with links to a variety of information from the CDC (Center for Disease Control) HOW TO PROTECT YOURSELF: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prepare/prevention.html WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS?...


  What is a FAST team ? You may have noticed that a relatively high percentage of our calls are classified as FAST TEAM. FAST stands for Firefighter Assist and Search Team. This is a team of 2 or more fire fighters whose sole purpose at a fire (usually a multiple...

Merry Christmas

December 2019 We at the Lyndonville Volunteer Fire Company wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. We sincerely hope it will be a happy and safe time for all. With that in mind, we are putting up a few safety tips that will help ensure your holidays are...


Volunteer fire departments answer all kinds of calls: house fires, barn fires, brush fires, forest fires, car fires, HAZMAT situations– but did you know that we have more calls in response to EMS situations such as car accidents or medical emergencies than fires? As the population of the community ages, the ability of our firefighters to be first responders is critical. We can never have too many qualified people in our ranks.

Fire Safety!

Fire Prevention Week occurs every year on the week which contains October 9th. It begins on Sunday and runs through the next Saturday. Fire Prevention Week commemorates the devastating Great Chicago Fire which began on October 8, 1871. Fire Prevention Week is the perfect time to review and practice your family's escape plan. The No. 1 rule if a fire happens in your home: Get out, stay out and call for help. Never go back inside for anyone or anything. Call the fire department from outside your home.


Every dollar helps! Funds we raise are used for education and training, equipment, equipment maintenance, protective clothing, breathing apparatus, EMS supplies and much more!