The Lincoln County Volunteer Fire Rescue is setup to cover the 570 square miles of Lincoln County. The directors are five members of the County Commission and the Fire Chief. All financial requests are filtered through this committee. There are twelve fire stations and two sub stations in Lincoln County each assigned an initial zone to cover but responding as needed to whatever call is received. There are approximately 160 members with two assistant chiefs. We have forty pieces of apparatus and since 2002 have been awarded through the FEMA Fire Fighters Grant Program over $612,000.00 worth of new equipment. All stations are radio dispatched through the 911 Center. Our stations are responsible for light duty rescue, hazardous material response, water and land rescue, vehicle extrication, response to medical calls with emergency medical responders in addition to working all structure fires in the county.

CEMP Certification

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Home Fire Timeline

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Mission Statement

The Lincoln County Volunteer Fire Rescue is committed to saving life, incident stabilization and property preservation through training and exercising. Our mission includes preparing for and responding to fires, domestic or wild land, hazardous materials incidents, swift water and land rescue, light duty rescue, automobile extrication and medical first responder, twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.

Lincoln County Fire Departments

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