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At Lake George Fire Protection District, our goal is to deliver emergency services, fire prevention, and excellent fire protection to Lake George communities in a safe and effective manner.

What We Do

Fire Protection Services

At Lake George Fire Protection District, our mission is to protect the lives and property of the community through fire prevention, education, and emergency response. We also conduct fire safety inspections, educate the public on fire prevention and safety, and participate in community events to promote fire awareness and preparedness.

Fire Fighting

Wildfire

 

Fire Fighting

Structure Fire

 

Emergency

Rescue

 

Firefighters helping a victim, medical intervention

Emergency

Medical

 

Fire Prevention

Public Education

 

Events

Lake George Fire Protection District is hosting a series of exciting events! Come learn about fire safety and prevention techniques, take a tour of the fire station, and enjoy some fun activities for the kids. Additionally, they’re also hosting fundraisers and auctions to support our local fire department.

Notices & Information

Lake George Fire Protection Department is dedicated to providing a safe and informed community, and as such, we regularly post important notices and information on our website and social media channels. From fire safety tips and emergency alerts to department news and community events, stay up-to-date with the latest information to stay informed and stay safe!

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Why People are Choose Us?

Fire Fighter are always ready to save the people Life.

Do I need a permit for outdoor burning?

A permit is required for open fires and burn barrels. Domestic burn permits expire in May every five years. Domestic burn permits are free.
You can burn Wood, paper, brush and leaves may be burned outdoors. Burning of other materials, such as garbage, plastics, and chemicals is not permitted. The permits are good for fires up to 4 feet by 4 feet. For fires larger than 4 feet, please contact [name] for a special permit. The fastest way to get a permit is to fill out [info].

How do I volunteer firefighter?

Individuals interested in volunteering are welcome to apply online or in-person. There are some requirements for becoming a fire fighter, but in general if you can pass simple medical examination and complete an physical agility test you can become a fire fighter.

How do I prepare for an emergency?

To prepare for an emergency, start by creating an emergency kit with essential items such as a first aid kit, flashlight, battery-powered radio, extra batteries, and a change of clothing. Additionally, make sure you have a plan in place with your family, including a communication plan and a designated meeting spot in case you get separated. It’s also important to have a backup plan for utilities, such as food, water, and power, and to stay informed about potential hazards and emergencies in your area by signing up for emergency alerts and staying tuned to local news and weather reports.

What fireworks are legal or illegal?

Fireworks present a serious risk of causing accidental fires, injuring people, or even causing death. Visit the Fireworks Information for more details.

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A Volunteer

Join our team of dedicated individuals who are committed to serving the community and protecting its residents. As a volunteer, you’ll gain valuable skills and experience, as well as the satisfaction of knowing that you’re making a positive impact on the community.

Join Our Team of Volunteer Firefighters!

We’re excited to invite you to join our team of dedicated volunteer firefighters!