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About Us General information about the MLFD, including demographics, management, and operations.

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Emergency Services Information regarding emergency services including suppression, tech rescue, haz mat, EMS, and training benchmarks and baseline performance.

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Fire Prevention Permits, forms, applications, and fire code information

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Life Safety Education Learn more about the school program and other safety-related community education initiatives

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Kids Station Fun things to do including supporting information for the school program curriculum

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Community Outreach Learn about the Citizen's Fire Academy, Special Needs Program, Fireplace Inspections, Juvenile Fire Setter Intervention, and more

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News & Events Keep current on departmental news and events

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Recognition Member awards, certifications, and achievements

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1 Recruitment

sb01Every day volunteers are called upon to provide vital service, working side-by-side with career personnel to save lives, protect property, and forge ties with the community. more info...

2 Fire Safety

sb02 Access valuable fire and life safety information from the United States Fire Administration. more info...

3 Fire Academy

Ever wondered what it's like to be a fire fighter. Sign up for the Citizens Fire Academy and find out if you have what it takes. Learn more...

4 WWP Fundraiser

Join us for the 20th Anniversary of the run out of Mogadishu to raise money for the Wounded Warrior Project. Click here to register.

ABOUT US

bb01The Municipality of Mt. Lebanon, located on the southern border of the City of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is served by a combination fire department consisting of 17 career and 50 volunteer fire fighters serving a population of approximately 33,000. The Municipality spans 6.2 square miles consisting of mostly residential and commercial properties. The fire department operates out of a single fire station with three engines, a ladder truck, a rescue truck, a mobile command unit, a collapse rescue trailer, and four squads. The department responds to approximately 1,700 calls annually and participates in over 1,000 hours of community-related activities. read more...

Internationally Accredited Agency

wb01Mt. Lebanon Fire Department has achieved “Accredited Agency Status” from the Commission on Fire Accreditation International (CFAI). CFAI is dedicated to assisting fire and emergency service agencies achieve organizational and professional excellence. Mt. Lebanon is one of only 160 fire agencies in the United States and Canada to achieve this elite status, recognized worldwide as a measure of excellence. The accreditation is the result of six years of effort by Fire Chief Nick Sohyda and the department’s career and volunteer staff. “This achievement validates our commitment to continuous improvement and superior service delivery in a highly efficient and cost effective manner,” Sohyda said. “To know we were evaluated against national standards and internationally recognized best management practices should assure residents that our department is among the most professional in the country.” read more...