Lebanon Fire Department offices move to MBVA

During the construction of the new Lebanon Fire Station 31 at 1050 W. Oak St., the business offices of the Lebanon Fire District are relocating to the MBVA building located at 550 S. Main St., downtown Lebanon starting in mid-February.
Administrative services were closed during the move, starting on Feb. 10, and will resume from the new location on Monday, Feb. 15.
Members of the community doing business with the Lebanon Fire District will see very little change in how business is conducted, according to a statement from LFD.
“The goal is to keep everything as smooth and seamless as possible,” says Fire Chief Joseph Rodondi. “Our mailing address and phone number will not change during the temporary relocation.”
All payments, letters and notices should still be mailed to 1050 W. Oak St. Lebanon, OR 97355.
“The Lebanon post office has been a great partner while planning this move and will take care of our mail needs,” Rodondi said.
Phone numbers will also remain the same. You can reach the business office at (541) 451-1901 and the billing office at (541) 451-6123.
Any requests for an ambulance, an engine response, or reports of fires or illegal burning should still be directed to 9-1-1, as usual.
For business in person, including work with the Fire and Life Safety Department, community members can come down to the MBVA building on Main street. Office hours will remain 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Fire District services will be conducted in the following suites:
#108 Ambulance Billing
#109 Fire Marshal’s Office
#111 Deputy Fire Marshal’s Office
#138 Recruitment & Retention (upstairs)
#142 Fire Administration (upstairs)
Construction on Station 31 is anticipated to continue through December of 2022. The Administration offices will remain at the MBVA building until the new station opens.