Strategic Plan: Guiding our path to remain progressive for District 4

Strategic Plan: Guiding our path to remain progressive for District 4

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Fire Prevention: Reduce your risk of fire dangers.

Fire Prevention: Reduce your risk of fire dangers.

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Safety & Education: Be prepared in the event of a fire.

Safety & Education: Be prepared in the event of a fire.

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Plan for Fire Before It Starts

Fire Prevention

Learn valuable tips to prevent harmful fires, reduce property damage and how best to keep your family safe.

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Department Information

We provide the highest level of life safety and property conservation through fire prevention, training, EMS, and emergency response.

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Fire Safety Trailer

Our fire safety demonstration trailer teaches people of all ages about fire safety and how to respond in the event of a fire.

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Strategic Plan

Our plan focuses on improving technology, fire equipment, and fire safety services to protect our community.

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News & Events

LPFPD4 shares Space Heater Safety Tips
LPFPD4 shares Space Heater Safety Tips

LPFPD4 shares valuable tips on heating your home in the winter months. Check out the newest video on Space Heater safety by...

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LPFPD4 announces a Fire Training Program for High School Seniors
LPFPD4 announces a Fire Training Program for High School Seniors

LPFPD4 has launched a Fire Educational Training program in August 2022 for all seniors in Livingston Parish. The first of its...

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Back to School Safety Tips
Back to School Safety Tips

The LPFPD4 shares Back to School safety tips for students and parents as they prepare for the 2022-2023 school year to begin...

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Hurricane Season is Here

You can add the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
(NOAA) to the list of those predicting an above average hurricane
season. The Atlantic hurricane season started June 1 and
will continue through Nov. 30. 
NOAA is predicting 14-21 named storms with between
6 and 10 of those graduating to hurricane status. Of that
number, 3-6 are predicted to reach Category 3 or higher.  
Every Louisiana resident should prepare for hurricane season
by developing a personal hurricane p
lan. Click
below for guidance on developing your p
lan.  
GET PREPARED
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  • 5 Safety Tips to adopt for 2022
  • Survey: Do Fire Hoses Burn?