LaGrange Fire & Rescue

(2018) (2019) (2020) Calls for Service
Jan 94 73 96
Feb 69 82
Mar 80 84
Apr 68 64
May 110 94
Jun 85 68
Jul 75 97
Aug 78 86
Sep 61 79
Oct 88 76
Nov 64 76
Dec 71 89
Total 943 968 96

Calls for Service
2019 968
2018 946
2017 932
2016 905
2015 908
2014 882
2013 827
2012 851
2011 804
2010 514
Total 8537

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TRAFFIC ADVISORY - CSX Rail Replacement Project

Assistant Chief Adrian Doleman, February 05

Activities related to the CSX Rail Replacement Project along Main Street in LaGrange will begin on Sunday, February 9, 2020.  Please refer to the below projected timeline for additional details.
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2020 at 9:00 AM
East and West Main Streets between Second Avenue and Walnut Avenue will be closed to thru traffic for placement of construction equipment and materials.  All parked vehicles ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Assistant Chief Adrian Doleman, December 26

On Thursday, December 26, 2019 at approximately 05:54 PM, LaGrange Fire & Rescue Department along with Oldham County EMS responded to a report of an injury accident in 2200 block of Zhale Smith Road.

Upon arrival, Car 4505 located a two vehicle collision in a curved section of the roadway. A quick size up of the scene indicated that all occupants were already out of the vehicles with no reported ... (Full Story & Photos)

Change Your Clock, Change Your Battery

Major Keith Smith, October 31

The LaGrange Fire & Rescue Department would like to remind residents that on Sunday , November 3rd our area comes off of Daylight Savings Time by turning our clocks back 1 hour.

This is an excellent time to change the batteries in your smoke detector and carbon monoxide detector and check that they function properly.

Families are also encouraged to review their home fire safety plans and remind ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Assistant Chief Adrian Doleman, October 17

The total Burn Ban has been lifted. Open burns for natural products are allowed with supervision. Call Dispatch at 222-0111 before starting any open burns.... (Full Story & Photos)

LFRD In Search Of Part-Time Firefighters

Assistant Chief Adrian Doleman, October 09

The LaGrange Fire & Rescue Department is currently accepting applications for part-time firefighters. All interested parties must complete and submit an application packet. Applications are available at LaGrange Fire & Rescue Station 1 located at 309 North First Avenue, LaGrange, KY, Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00 AM and 4:00 PM.

Required Qualifications
 High School Diploma ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Major Keith Smith, October 08

Please join the LaGrange Fire & Rescue Department along with Be Kind Oldham County this Saturday, Oct. 12th from 12 Noon until 2 pm
at Bedford Loan & Deposit Bank on New Moody Lane across the street from Wal-Mart.

Learn about Fire Prevention, interact with fire fighters and tour a 105 ft Aerial Truck and other apparatus.

There will also be the opportunity to pick up Be Kind signs and help make ... (Full Story & Photos)

Semi Travels Off The Road Into Median On I-71 SB Near LaGrange

Assistant Chief Adrian Doleman, October 01

On Monday, September 30, 2019 at approximately 9:27 PM, LaGrange Fire & Rescue Department along with Oldham County EMS responded to a report of an injury accident involving a semi truck on I-71 southbound at the 22 mile marker in the median. Early reports indicated that the driver was trapped inside the truck with smoke coming from the vehicle.

Upon Fire Department arrival, it was determined that ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Assistant Chief Adrian Doleman, September 11

Tomorrow is "Give For Good Louisville" day. LaGrange Fire & Rescue Department will be fundraising on behalf of the WHAS Crusade for Children. Any donations to this grateful and historic organization will be greatly appreciated. Our goal is to collect $500.00 during the 24-hour event. Donations can be made on our personalized secure fundraising page at:

WHAT ... (Full Story & Photos)


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