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Lieutenant Scott Gray was announced as the 2016 Firefighter of the Year at the October 25, 2016 Board of Trustees Meeting. Congratulations Lt. Gray!

 

Notice of Public Hearing 
2015 Annual Report
2017 DRAFT Budget Ordinance Online
2015 Levy Ordinance Online
Five Year Financial Plan Online

  District News, Events, and Safety Information    
    9.11.01

3 of 5 home fire deaths did not have a smoke alarm, or one that was not working at the time! Which group are you in?

 
 ● Holiday Decoration Safety Tips
 ● Structure Fire 22W515 Tamarack Dr. 10/24/16
 ● Public Education Requests Online
 ● Structure Fire 6004 Perry Dr. Oct 1, 2016
 ● Open House "Tailgate at the Firehouse 10/2/16"
 
 ● Acting Chief Krestan Sworn In
 ● LWFD/Darien Woodridge Final Consolidation Report
 ● 2016 CPR Class Schedule
 ● 2016-2018 Strategic Plan
 ● Resident Resource Handbook

Did You Know...? 

  • The Lisle-Woodridge Fire District is rated an ISO Class 1 fire district.  This rating is awarded by the Insurance Services Office.  We have the distinction of being the highest rated fire district in the entire nation.  This classification lowers a property owner's fire insurance premium.

  • Our Fire District has five fire stations (3 in Lisle and 2 in Woodridge).  We protect the Village of Lisle and 80% of the Village of Woodridge (primarily west of I-355), and some unincorporated areas of DuPage County.  The district provides Fire Suppression & Rescue, Advanced Life Support Ambulance service, and Fire Protection activities.  We also conduct fire service training for local fire departments, monthly CPR courses for the public, and numerous public education programs by request.

  • The Fire District protects approximately 30 sq. mi. and a population of approximately 70,000 residents.

The Primary Mission of the Lisle-Woodridge Fire District
Is to provide a variety of services designed to protect the lives and property of those people within the District from the adverse effects of fires, sudden medical emergencies or exposures to dangerous conditions caused by man or nature.
Our Vision
To be recognized by our community and employees as: A model of excellence in providing fire protection, emergency medical services and related services; A District dedicated to continuous improvement in every detail of the service we provide; A District that fosters an environment of tolerance, trust and involvement; A District responsive to the communities needs and concerns.
Daily Staffing:
1 Battalion Chief
1 Dive Rescue Squad w/Rescue Boat
4 Advanced Life Support (ALS) Engines
1 Hazardous Materials Squad
2 ALS Ladder Trucks
1 Fire Investigation Unit
3 ALS Ambulances
 
   

 

 

 

 
Administrative Positions
Monday - Friday
1 Executive Secretary 1 MIS Specialist

 

 
 
Emergency Responses
By Month
2016 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Total
Fire 223 147 156 139 194 151 178 167         1,355
EMS 394 355 385 367 386 391 414 393 3,085
Total 617 502 541 506 580 542 592 560 4,440
                           
2015 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Total
Fire 181 164 144 152 150 187 192 164 157 184 173 155 2,003
EMS 380 306 373 357 343 378 401 430 403 386 377 409 4,543
Total 561 470 517 509 493 565 593 594 560 570 550 564 6,546
                           
Incident Lists and Archived Statistics
 
Annually
Year
Fire-Related Responses
Emergency Medical Responses
Total
2014 2,121 4,398 6,519
2013 2,215 4,185 6,400
2012 1,943 3,884 5,827
2011 2,116 3,896 6,012
2010 2,048 3,812 5,860

Do you have something you would like to tell us?  Is there a question you would like to ask?
Click here to contact Fire Chief Keith Krestan.  Or call the administrative number below.

Contact Information

 

Administration

Main Telephone: (630) 353-3000
Administrative Fax: (630) 353-3099    
Postal Address:
1005 School St
                          Lisle, IL  60532

Fire Prevention Bureau

 Main Telephone: (630) 353-3030
           FPB Fax: (630) 353-3098
        Postal Address: 3101 Woodridge Dr
                                    Woodridge, IL  60517

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