Our Family Protecting Your Family!
We live our core value every minute of every day
because our residents matter.
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Ensure safety. Protect Lives.
Safeguard Property.
The department strives to reduce the incidence of fire, loss of life and
physical injury to civilians and fire personnel.
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There is nothing as strong as the
heart of a volunteer!
LEARN MORE Choosing a career as a LPFPD4 firefighter is the beginning of a journey.
It can be one of the most challenging, exciting and rewarding experiences of your life.
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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Hurricane Preparedness: Think safety today – be alive tomorrow!

Hurricane Preparedness: Think safety today – be alive tomorrow!

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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

Beat the August Heat
Beat the August Heat

As summer temperatures remain high through August, so does the risk of heat-related illness. While temperatures remain in the...

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LPFPD4 conducts OpenSafely visits
LPFPD4 conducts OpenSafely visits

LPFPD4 will be conducting OpenSafely courtesy visits to businesses within our district over the next several weeks.

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Hurricane Season is Here
Hurricane Season is Here

Hurricane season begins June 1. Each year the Department of Atmospheric Science at Colorado State University (CSU) in releases...

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Hurricane Preparedness: Protect Your Family and Your Property

Louisiana is a wonderful place to live, but our coastal location makes it vulnerable to tropical storms and hurricanes. Tropical storms hit the coastline an average of twice every three years, with hurricanes occurring once every 2.8 years. Weather patterns are out of our control, but hurricane preparedness is something we can and should manage. To keep your family safe, follow these steps.

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