Frequently Asked Questions
How do I contact LPFPD4?
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Livingston Parish Fire Protection District 4
9760 Florida Blvd
Walker, Louisiana 70785
Phone: (225) 664-7123
Fax: (225) 664-6660
Office hours are 7 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday through Thursday
For Public Records Request, please contact our custodians of records, Brandi Wascom or Tasha Killcrease, at LPFPD4 Headquarters at (225) 664-7123.
How do I apply to become a volunteer firefighter?
Volunteers are very important to our organization. They are part of your community’s protection and we are looking for serious, dedicated men and women qualified to join our fire department. From fighting fires to helping out at an emergency scene, to educating the public about fire safety or providing administrative support. There are many ways for you to make a difference as part of our organization.
How do I obtain a fire report for my insurance agency after a fire?
Order a Copy of the Fire Report
If you are interested in ordering a copy of a fire report, please contact our custodians of records, Tasha Killcrease or Brandi Wascom, at LPFPD4 Headquarters at (225) 664-7123, Monday through Thursday between the hours of 7 a.m and 5 p.m. Please provide your name, and information regarding the address, date and approximate time the fire occurred.
We will provide complimentary copies of fire reports to owners and occupants of the involved parties. All others (attorneys, insurance companies, fire investigators, etc.) will be charged a fee of $10 per copy. The report will not be released to third parties until payment is received.
Please complete online form HERE.
What is D4's Discriminatory and Sexual Harassment Policy?
Fire District 4 does not condone any form of discrimination or harassment. If you feel you have been discriminated or harassed by a member of our organization in their professional capacity, please contact the Fire Chief directly at (225) 664-7123.
The policies are linked for your reference: Discriminatory Policy and Sexual Harassment Policy.
Where are the fire stations located in District 4?
LPFPD4 has created an interactive District 4 map that you can locate the fire station that is closest to your home or business. Visit STATIONS and type in your address to locate the closest station to your property.