Thank you Livingston Parish News for the great write-up! LPFPD4 has acquired property from the Livingston Parish School Board and we are planning construction for a new fire station. The three-bay station will lower the road miles separating a fire station from homes and properties, allowing us to better protect our residents.
We take our mission of protecting the residents of Livingston Parish very seriously. As such, we believe you should know what your Fire Department is doing to continually protect your family and your property. Over the past 2 years, we have hired for the first time 12 full-time firefighter operators and 1 full-time training/safety officer, purchased 3 high water vehicles, and opened a new administration building to house an Emergency Hub. As a result of these measures, we have successfully lowered our fire rating which may lower your insurance premiums. But, we aren't stopping there. We will continue to improve upon our success and we will keep you informed along the way! Thank you for putting your trust in our #LPFPD4 family! ... See MoreSee Less
Each year, about 74 million Americans engage in recreational boating, according to government research. Most boating experiences are positive – the stuff memories are made of. But the most joyful times quickly can turn deadly if boaters are not vigilant about safety – at all times. Here are some tips that will keep your family safe.
Did you know that the earliest known fire engine was actually from Ancient Greece? It was just a huge pump that shot water. The concept disappeared for a while (well, more like 1,700 years) before reappearing in Europe. It later evolved into the horse-drawn carriage fire engine you see here. ... See MoreSee Less
#TBT to when LPFPD4 partnered with the students at Walker High School to produce this public service announcement. These talented students really did some fine work!
#OurFamilyProtectingYourFamily #WildCats #SafetyFirstLPFPD No. 4 partnered with the students at Walker High School to produce this public service announcement. Special thanks to instructor John Tillman and his ... ... See MoreSee Less