Due to inclement weather, the LPFPD4 Public Information meeting in Walker is canceled and will be rescheduled. Stay tuned for updated information.
The LPFPD4 hosts Public Information meeting in Port Vincent, March 15, 6:00 PM at the Port Vincent Community Center.
WALKER – Impressive improvements are happening at a fire station in Livingston Parish. Livingston Parish Fire Protection District 4 in Walker now has more full-time staff, equipment, and work space. This is a change for the station that was dependent on it’s unpaid firefighters. “We’re the largest volunteer fire department, area-wise, in the state,” said
Local Meteorologist Jay Grymes gives forecast for 2017 hurricane season The Livingston Parish Fire Protection District 4 (LPFPD4) hosted a hurricane preparedness seminar for emergency response personnel Tuesday, April 4 at the Walker Baptist Church. WAFB-TV Channel 9 Meteorologist Jay Grymes spoke to participants about the upcoming Atlantic hurricane season, which begins June 1. Grymes
The department grieves after three local law enforcement officers are killed and three others injured Livingston Parish Fire Protection District Four expresses sincere condolences to the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Office, the Baton Rouge Police Department, and the families of three officers who were slain and three others who were shot, Sunday, July 17.
Livingston Parish Fire Protection District 4 participates in “Consequences of Impact” at Walker High School The Livingston Parish Fire Protection District 4 (LPFPD4), the Louisiana State Police and numerous other state and local agencies participated in a demonstration Feb. 10 at Walker High School. Called “Consequences of Impact,” the demonstration depicted a mock vehicle crash and
Livingston Parish Fire Protection District Four has taken delivery on three new pumper trucks and a new rescue vehicle. The department purchased the vehicles as a budgeted expense through its capital outlay program. The three pumper trucks are designed to the industry’s highest standards. Each has a pumping capacity of 1500 gallons per minute and