LAGRANGE FIRE DEPARTMENT UPDATE |
The LaGrange Fire Department, organized in 1946, protects a 49.51 square mile area in Penobscot County, Maine. Currently, there are thirteen Volunteer Firefighters who serve the town.
Operations are run out of a single station at 5801 Bennoch Road, which consists of an office and an apparatus bay that stages a Pumper/Tanker, a Tanker, a Rescue and a Brush Truck. The bay doubles as a training area. The current station was built between 1997-1998 under the leadership of Chief Roger Stanley.
The Christmas Angel Tree Program was a great success this year. Thank you to all of the volunteers and to those who sponsored our local children. Without all of your help, this program would not have been possible.
Burn Permits are granted by Chief Billy Franks and Assistant Chief Joseph Briggs.
Burning Permit Conditions
Burning piles are to be kept reasonably small, and attended at all times.
Permitted fires that generate any complaints will be investigated by the fire department, and potentially extinguished.
The following materials can not be burned:
• Flammable or combustible liquids
• Construction/demolition debris (i.e. plastics, rubber, styrofoam, metals, chemicals)
• Paper or cardboard
• Wooden boxes
• Manufactured wood materials
• Asphalt shingles
• Wire insulation
• Human or animal waste
• Animal remains
The LaGrange Fire Department in Action