Fire Services

Station Tours and Block Parties
Both fire stations are open for tours. If you are passing by the station and would like to stop in with your children, please feel free to do so. The fire stations are open for tours from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm.

If you have a group that would like a tour, please dial (630) 620-5736 during normal business hours to arrange one. When requesting a group tour, please allow a one-week notice.

We would be happy to have a fire engine or ambulance stop at your block parties. Advance notice for these requests is needed. The personnel and equipment that make appearances at block parties are the on-duty companies and due to scheduled duties, and emergency responses, they are limited to the number of block parties they can attend. Please keep in mind that we can not give you a specific time that the companies will show up. There may be times that due to the number of calls we may not even be able to show up at all. If you would like to request the Fire Department for your block party, make your request as early as possible.

Speaker Bureau
The Fire Department would be happy to make a presentation on any topic that would be of interest to your club or group. If you would like additional information on our speakers, please call Fire Administration at (630) 620-5736. 

Home Safety Surveys
The Fire Department will upon request, come to your home and do a free Home Safety Survey. This is not an inspection and we do not issue any type of violation notices. This is a walk-though with the homeowner to discuss any potential life safety problems. Items covered in this survey are the number and location of smoke and CO detectors. A fire escape plan can also be developed as well as the type and size of fire extinguishers. For further information, or to schedule a survey, please call the Bureau of Fire Prevention at (630) 620-5750. 

Emergency Medical Services Division
The Lombard Fire Department provides comprehensive advanced life support services to residents and visitors to the Village of Lombard and the Glenbard Fire Protection District. This service is provided with a combination of paramedic ambulances and paramedic-equipped engines and ladder truck. The Emergency Medical Services Division is lead by Battalion Chief Ray Kickert.

Emergency Medical Services Staffing
The Lombard Fire Department utilizes cross-trained firefighter/paramedics. The department currently has 57 Illinois Licensed Paramedics and 7 Emergency Medical Technicians under the medical direction of Dr. Valerie Phillips, Project Medical Director for the Good Samaritan Hospital Emergency Medical Services System. 

The department provides 24-hour coverage with two Mobile Intensive Care Ambulances.  When these ambulances are being utilized and additional calls for service are received, the Advanced Life Support Fire Engines and Ladder Truck are dispatched along with a mutual aid ambulance from a neighboring town. With this staffing, we are able to deliver service within the six minute national response standard 90% of the time.