April 17, 1906 at a meeting of the Village board of Lyndon ,
it was decided that a place be prepared for the fire buckets
and ladders (that were
used for fire fighting)
in the village voting place. From that meeting on that date
was eventually born the Lyndon Station Volunteer Fire
Department and Rescue.
We encourage you to go
through this web site and get to know the people that
volunteer and the equipment used to keep your community
We hope that with a
greater understanding of what it takes to keep your
community protected, that we can always be assured the
support it takes to make our village and the surrounding
townships safe from accidents and destruction.
whether it's giving your
time a certain amount of days per year or saving those
aluminum cans so you can donate the money toward new fire
fighting and life saving equipment or even just becoming
more aware of the things that you can do around your own
home so these volunteers never have to make the trip to your
place in an emergency, we can all take pride in the fact
that we are doing our part in making the neighborhoods we
live in as safe as possible.