Maine's Department of the Year!
Neighbors Helping Neighbors Since 1981
York County's First Heart Safe Community!
Chief Samantha J. Cole
and Operation Santa!
Lebanon Community Food Drive
October and November 2013
Thank You to Everyone Who Made the 2013 Community Festival So Successful!
Save the date, May 31, 2014
Officer Jeffrey Lee Bull Memorial Scholarship
Do you want to help the Lebanon Rescue Department by making a donation? We use donations to purchase life saving equipment that we use everyday, as well as our community education and safety programs! Thank you for your support!
You can mail donations to:
Lebanon Rescue Department
323 Depot Road
Lebanon, Maine 04027
Or you can use a new pay-pal donation system at:
LEBANON RESCUE IS ON FACEBOOK!!
Chief Samantha J. Cole Awarded 2009 Governors Award
Lebanon Was the First HeartSafe Community in York County and one of the first 5 Statewide!
In 2002, The Town of Lebanon started a municipal ambulance service. Chief Samantha Cole was the first chief under this new municipal service. We have progressed from just a few members to about 50 members today, operating two ambulances, two command/first response vehicles and an off road rescue ATV.
The Lebanon Rescue Department welcomes you to its new website. The rescue department outgrew its previous website, which had over 45,000 visitors to it. We hope you enjoy this new website, which will be updated weekly. Please check back and look at the progress.
EMS Driver Scott Thibodeau, Capt. Stu Morrison, County Commissioner Sallie Chandler, Asst. Chief Jason Cole, Chief Samantha Cole and SMEMS Director Donnie Carroll at the awards ceremony in which Lebanon Received EMS Call of the Year - 2007.