2007 Zodiac SRMN 600 Grey, Sea Rib Marine Navy RIB (Rigid Inflatable Boat)

  • Fiberglass Hull

  • Heavy Duty Neoprene Hypalon Collar with Intercommunicating Valves

  • Z1124 Zodiac Pilot Console

  • Fixed Back Seat

  • Emergency Light Bar

  • VHF Radios

  • Hummingbird SONAR

2007 Yamaha 115 4-stroke outboard motor (F115TLR)

  • Just over 100 engine hours

*Trailer Included

Asking $12,000 - Contact the department for more information

Quick Resources

Self Quarantine Tips

Remembering our Friend and Co-worker

In 2019, we responded to 10,134 emergency calls.

Mutual Aid to EJFPD
Truck #6 Training
Lewis Airport Open House
Company #2
District #2 Full Still Basement Fire
District #4 Full Still Gas Leak with Fire
Engine #1 at St. #6
District #4 Full Still Fire
District #2 MVA
District #6 Full Still Fire
District #3 Full Still Fire
District #1 Full Still Fire
Engine #2 2020 Seagrave Marauder
Company #4 Red Shift

Our Mission

To effectively provide professional, caring service to those in need

with courage, honor, and commitment.

Our Vision

 

To continually improve ourselves, our department

and our service.

We will be ready, able and qualified to

respond to all public safety needs.

We move forward and prepare for the future

by being ready

for today and accepting the challenges of  tomorrow.

 

 

 

Lockport Township Fire Protection District & Lockport Firefighters Local #1544 raised $6,700.00 in St. Paddy's Day FD shirts. Proceeds were donated to the Roscrance Florian Program for firefighter mental health and the Hinsdale Hospital Foundation for Cancer Research.

Shirts will be available next year!

In order to reduce the risk of exposure, the Lockport Township Fire District will be following the recommendations of the CDC and Governor Pritzker’s office for the duration of the COVID-19 crisis:

  • All of our Fire Stations and Administrative offices are in full operation, but will be closed to outside visitors.  If you need any assistance or have any questions, please call our Administrative office at (815)838-3287, Mon-Fri 8am-4pm.

Emergency Responses:

The Lockport Township Fire District continues to work throughout the community and we come into contact with many people.  We are taking the utmost precautions to ensure the safety of our personnel and the residents we care for during this pandemic.  Our Firefighter/Paramedics are wearing a higher level of Personnel Protective Equipment on every call and will be screening the residences we respond to in order to take the proper precautions for both responders and patients.

EMS Transports:

Temporarily, hospitals in our area have restricted visitors in their facilities, with the exceptions of parents of minors. The Fire District will be following the same procedure as it applies to the family of the patients we transport to these hospitals.  Once the hospitals start allowing visitors, the Fire District will follow suit.

Thank you for your cooperation,

 

Fire Chief John O' Connor

Election 2020: Lockport Fire Protection District Referendum passes receiving 58% of the vote!

A BIG THANK YOU

to our voters who supported us!

Our Care and service will continue to improve and always be top of the line.

Thank you very much!

Recent Promotions

On April 3rd, 2020 the LTFPD  held a field promotion.

 

Lieutenant/EMS Coordinator Brian Gimbel promoted to Division Chief of EMS.

 

Captain/Training Officer Steve Beal promoted to Division Chief of Training.

 

Normally family, friends and co-workers are invited to attend, but due to the pandemic it was a private ceremony.

Congratulations Brian and Steve!    From the Lockport Township Fire Protection District.

Recent Fire Calls

LOCKPORT TOWNSHIP FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT

19623 RENWICK ROAD | LOCKPORT, ILLINOIS 60441

OFFICE 815.838.3287 | FAX 815.838.9141 | WWW.LOCKPORTFIRE.ORG 
 
        

PROUDLY SERVING ALL OR PORTIONS OF THE COMMUNITIES OF LOCKPORT, CREST HILL, ROMEOVILLE, NEW LENOX AND THE SURROUNDING UNINCORPORATED AREAS 
 
 
 PRESS RELEASE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                           CONTACT: April 3, 2020    

                                                                                                   Deputy Chief Frank Blaskey                                                                                                                       815-838-3287 
 
The Lockport Township Fire Protection District responded to an early morning fire in the  2500 Blk of S. Farrell Rd in unincorporated Lockport Township.  The initial alarm came in at approximately 0311hrs on April 3rd for a reported barn fire.  Crews arrived to find a barn approximately 50’ x 100’ fully involved in fire.  The fire had also extended to the adjoining metal pole building on the property.  The barn where the fire originated was used to house numerous sheep, all of which perished in the fire.  The fire building had collapsed and was a total loss while the exposure building sustained significant damage. 
 
Crews spent approximately three hours on the scene due to a large amount of overhaul that was needed to extinguish the fire. 
 
East Joliet, Homer, Northwest Homer, Plainfield, and Romeoville fire departments provided change of quarters coverage while Lockport crews worked at the fire. 
 
There were no injuries reported and the cause of the fire is under investigation.

The Lockport Township Fire District does not solicit funds by phone.

The 2019 Excellence in Masonary Architectural Award

Lockport Fire District Station #1

April 2020 Anniversaries

9 Years

FF Nicholas Cagle

FF Josh Fitzgerald

FF Mark Futterer

FF Jeffery Young

FF William Scholtes

Severe Weather Safety

A tornado is a violently rotating column of air extending from the base of a thunderstorm down to the ground. Tornadoes are capable of completely destroying well-made structures, uprooting trees, and hurling objects through the air like deadly missiles. Tornadoes can occur at any time of day or night and at any time of the year. Although tornadoes are most common in the Central Plains and the southeastern United States, they have been reported in all 50 states.

If you know what to do before, during and after a tornado, you will minimize your risk of injury and increase your chances of survival. You'll also find links to research, past events other topics of interest as well as downloadable safety handouts about thunderstorms, lightning, and tornadoes.

If you, or someone you know, has been a victim of a tornado, please share your story so we can prevent others from becoming a victim. When you write, please note that NWS has permission to use your story and, if possible, let us know the town and state you were in and the year the event took place.

25 Years Ago......1995

100th Anniversary of the Lockport Fire Department

50 Years Ago......1970

75th Anniversary of the Lockport Fire Department

Carl Munson becomes the 1st Paid Fire Chief

22 Paid Men

Fairmont School Fire

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Be prepared for a disaster in

Will County

The Ready Will County Illinois application helps its users, citizens of the Will County, IL, to stay prepared and protect their loved ones should an emergency occur.  Please click on the Will County logo or the link below for more information..

Scott's Law:

The "Move Over" Law.

Protect Those who Protect Us.!!!

Red Shirt Fridays

What is R.E.D. Shirt Friday?  RED stands for Remember Everyone Deployed.  It is our honor to wear our specially designed red shirts each Friday paying tribute to all our active, retired, and deceased United States Military Members.  We cannot thank them enough for the dedication and sacrifices they make keeping our country and our citizens safe worldwide.

Each Friday watch for the R.E.D. Shirts and let's all remember to honor those who serve us and keep us safe in the greatest country in the world. 

Fire Extinguisher Recall

Information courtesy of  Kidde United Technologies

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Website Design by Lt. John Matthews

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Our Mission

To effectively provide professional, caring service to those in need

with courage, honor, and commitment.

Recent Fire Calls

25 Years

Capt. Bill Piper

Battalion Chief Mike Gale

Capt. Dave Izquierdo

23 Years

Lt. Brian Dobczyk

18 Years

FF Tom Fulton

Lt. Jeremiah Gericke

FF Keith Carberry

FF Matt Collier

The Ready Will County Illinois application helps its users, citizens of the Will County, IL, to stay prepared and protect their loved ones should an emergency occur.  Please click on the Will County logo or the link below for more information..

Fire Extinguisher Recall

Information courtesy of  Kidde United Technologies

Our Vision

 

To continually improve ourselves, our department and our service.

We will be ready, able and qualified to

respond to all public safety needs.

We move forward and prepare for the futureby being ready

for today and accepting the challenges of  tomorrow.

In 2019, we responded to 10,134 emergency calls.

Recent Promotions

Capt. Dale Jacobs

Battalion Chief William  Piper

Lt. William O'Connor

Lt. Ross Grady

Happy One Year Anniversary

Ashley Hulbert

*Press Release*

Structure Fire District #2

LOCKPORT TOWNSHIP FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT 19623 RENWICK ROAD | LOCKPORT, ILLINOIS 60441 OFFICE 815.838.3287 | FAX 815.838.9141 | WWW.LOCKPORTFIRE.ORG 
 
        PROUDLY SERVING ALL OR PORTIONS OF THE COMMUNITIES OF LOCKPORT, CREST HILL, ROMEOVILLE, NEW LENOX AND THE SURROUNDING UNINCORPORATED AREAS 

 

PRESS RELEASE

 

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

   

                                                                                                                                       

CONTACT:

Deputy Chief Frank Blaskey                                               July 25th, 2020                815-838-3287

The Lockport Township Fire Protection District responded to an early morning overnight fire in the City of Crest Hill.  Saturday morning, July 25th, at 0217hrs our department resounded to a reported house fire in the 1900 Blk of Cora St.  Initial fire companies arrived to find heavy fire showing from the rear of the one story, single family residence. 

The two adults and two children who were home at the time were alerted to the fire by a neighbor pounding on their front door.  All were able to safely evacuate the home prior to the fire departments arrival.  The Red Cross was called in to assist the family with their needs.

The fire was upgraded to a Full Still which brought additional resources to the scene from Plainfield, Romeoville, and Troy Fire departments.  Due to the extensive amount of overhaul needed to extinguish the fire additional manpower from Homer, New Lenox, and Romeoville was also requested to the scene.  Companies spent approximately two hours battling the fire.

The cause of the fire is currently under investigation by the Lockport Fire Investigators.

*Press Release*

Structure Fire District #2

LOCKPORT TOWNSHIP FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT 19623 RENWICK ROAD | LOCKPORT, ILLINOIS 60441 OFFICE 815.838.3287 | FAX 815.838.9141 | WWW.LOCKPORTFIRE.ORG 
 
        PROUDLY SERVING ALL OR PORTIONS OF THE COMMUNITIES OF LOCKPORT, CREST HILL, ROMEOVILLE, NEW LENOX AND THE SURROUNDING UNINCORPORATED AREAS 

 

PRESS RELEASE

 

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

   

                                                                                                                                       

CONTACT:

Deputy Chief Frank Blaskey                                               July 20th, 2020                815-838-3287

 

On Sunday morning, July 19th, at 0833hrs the Lockport Township Fire Protection District received a call from a passerby reporting smoke coming from the building at 2301 Plainfield Rd, Game Time Hookah Lounge in the City of Crest Hill.  Fire companies arrived and found smoke showing from the small one story commercial building that was unoccupied at the time.  Companies initially had difficulty finding the seat of the fire which was eventually located in the crawl space and walls.  Due to additions on the original building and it’s construction, the fire proved to be extremely difficult to extinguish.  Companies worked for a couple hours performing overhaul to ensure the fire was out.  The building sustained significant damage which will result in the business be closed for an indefinite amount of time.

 

The fire was upgraded to a Full Still which brought additional resources to the scene from New Lenox, Romeoville, and Troy Fire departments.

 

Homer, Minooka, NW Homer, Plainfield, and Romeoville Fire Departments provided station coverage, handling several other calls, while companies worked at the fire.

 

The cause of the fire is currently under investigation by the Lockport Fire Investigators.

*Press Release*

Structure Fire District #4 

LOCKPORT TOWNSHIP FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT 19623 RENWICK ROAD | LOCKPORT, ILLINOIS 60441 OFFICE 815.838.3287 | FAX 815.838.9141 | WWW.LOCKPORTFIRE.ORG 
 
        PROUDLY SERVING ALL OR PORTIONS OF THE COMMUNITIES OF LOCKPORT, CREST HILL, ROMEOVILLE, NEW LENOX AND THE SURROUNDING UNINCORPORATED AREAS 
 
PRESS RELEASE 
 
 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE       CONTACT: June 17th, 2020    

                            Deputy Chief Frank Blaskey   815-838-3287 
 
 
On Wednesday, June 17th at 0513hrs the Lockport Township Fire Protection District responded to a reported structure fire in the 3500 Blk of S. State Street in unincorporated Lockport Township.  Fire companies arrived to find a vacant two story residence that had a one story addition off the back.  The one story portion of the structure was found to have heavy fire thru the roof.  As companies were stretching initial hose lines to the back of the building, there was an explosion in the two story portion of the structure.  Debris from the explosion did cause minor injuries to one member of a company that was working on the exterior of the building.  That member was transported by ambulance to a local hospital for evaluation where he was treated and released.

 

The incident was upgraded to a Full Still which brought additional resources to the scene from East Joliet, Homer, and NW Homer fire departments.  The fire was brought under control in approximately 30 minutes but companies spent about two hours on scene to completely extinguish the fire.

 

Homer, Lemont, New Lenox, Plainfield, and Romeoville Fire Departments provided station coverage while companies worked at the scene.

 

The cause of the fire is currently under investigation by the Lockport Fire Investigators.

Firefighters Cooking with Kids

Episode #1

Episode #2

Episode #3

The Lockport Township Fire District does not solicit funds by phone.

The 2019 Excellence in Masonary Architectural Award

Lockport Fire District Station #1

August 2020 Anniversaries

17 Years

FF Chris Langheld

 

16 Years

Lt. James Kozek

Lt. Jason Baron

3 Years

FF Dan Gierlowski

FF Jason Pawlowski

FF Chris Isabelli

FF Ryan Mars

FF James Baumgartner

FF Joseph Schwinger

FF Edgar Rojas

Severe Weather Safety

A tornado is a violently rotating column of air extending from the base of a thunderstorm down to the ground. Tornadoes are capable of completely destroying well-made structures, uprooting trees, and hurling objects through the air like deadly missiles. Tornadoes can occur at any time of day or night and at any time of the year. Although tornadoes are most common in the Central Plains and the southeastern United States, they have been reported in all 50 states.

If you know what to do before, during and after a tornado, you will minimize your risk of injury and increase your chances of survival. You'll also find links to research, past events other topics of interest as well as downloadable safety handouts about thunderstorms, lightning, and tornadoes.

If you, or someone you know, has been a victim of a tornado, please share your story so we can prevent others from becoming a victim. When you write, please note that NWS has permission to use your story and, if possible, let us know the town and state you were in and the year the event took place.

25 Years Ago......1995

100th Anniversary of the Lockport Fire Department

50 Years Ago......1970

75th Anniversary of the Lockport Fire Department

Carl Munson becomes the 1st Paid Fire Chief

22 Paid Men

Fairmont School Fire

bFH31X05_400x400.jpg

Be prepared for a disaster in

Will County

The Ready Will County Illinois application helps its users, citizens of the Will County, IL, to stay prepared and protect their loved ones should an emergency occur.  Please click on the Will County logo or the link below for more information..

Scott's Law:

The "Move Over" Law.

Protect Those who Protect Us.!!!

Red Shirt Fridays

What is R.E.D. Shirt Friday?  RED stands for Remember Everyone Deployed.  It is our honor to wear our specially designed red shirts each Friday paying tribute to all our active, retired, and deceased United States Military Members.  We cannot thank them enough for the dedication and sacrifices they make keeping our country and our citizens safe worldwide.

Each Friday watch for the R.E.D. Shirts and let's all remember to honor those who serve us and keep us safe in the greatest country in the world. 

Fire Extinguisher Recall

Information courtesy of  Kidde United Technologies

Website Designed by LTJM

In 2019, we responded to 10,134 emergency calls.

Capt. Dale Jacobs

Battalion Chief William  Piper

Lt. William O'Connor

Lt. Ross Grady

Happy One Year Anniversary

Ashley Hulbert

*Press Release*

Structure Fire District #2

*Press Release*

Structure Fire District #4 

Episode #1

Episode #2

Episode #3

Lockport Fire District Station #1

August 2020 Anniversaries

Severe Weather Safety

A tornado is a violently rotating column of air extending from the base of a thunderstorm down to the ground. Tornadoes are capable of completely destroying well-made structures, uprooting trees, and hurling objects through the air like deadly missiles. Tornadoes can occur at any time of day or night and at any time of the year. Although tornadoes are most common in the Central Plains and the southeastern United States, they have been reported in all 50 states.

If you know what to do before, during and after a tornado, you will minimize your risk of injury and increase your chances of survival. You'll also find links to research, past events other topics of interest as well as downloadable safety handouts about thunderstorms, lightning, and tornadoes.

If you, or someone you know, has been a victim of a tornado, please share your story so we can prevent others from becoming a victim. When you write, please note that NWS has permission to use your story and, if possible, let us know the town and state you were in and the year the event took place.

bFH31X05_400x400.jpg

The Ready Will County Illinois application helps its users, citizens of the Will County, IL, to stay prepared and protect their loved ones should an emergency occur.  Please click on the Will County logo or the link below for more information..

Scott's Law:

The "Move Over" Law.

Protect Those who Protect Us.!!!

Red Shirt Fridays

What is R.E.D. Shirt Friday?  RED stands for Remember Everyone Deployed.  It is our honor to wear our specially designed red shirts each Friday paying tribute to all our active, retired, and deceased United States Military Members.  We cannot thank them enough for the dedication and sacrifices they make keeping our country and our citizens safe worldwide.

Each Friday watch for the R.E.D. Shirts and let's all remember to honor those who serve us and keep us safe in the greatest country in the world. 

Fire Extinguisher Recall

Information courtesy of  Kidde United Technologies

Website Designed by LTJM

District #2 Full Still
District #4 Full Still
District #2 Full Still
Fire Boat Training
Helping Hands
Barge Rescue
Ambulances #1, #5, #3 and #2
District #4 Full Still
District #4 Full Still
Mutual Aid to EJFPD
Company #2
District #4 Full Still Gas Leak with Fire
Engine #1 at St. #6
District #2 MVA

Our Vision

 

To continually improve ourselves, our department and our service.

We will be ready, able and qualified to

respond to all public safety needs.

We move forward and prepare for the futureby being ready

for today and accepting the challenges of  tomorrow.

In 2019, we responded to 10,134 emergency calls.

Retirement Announcement!

Congratulations to Lt. John Matthews on his retirement. John has served the district will skill, pride and professionalism for 30 years. Thank you for your decades of dedicated service.

Recent Promotions

Capt. Dale Jacobs

Battalion Chief William  Piper

Capt. Jeremiah Gericke

Lt. William O'Connor

Lt. Ross Grady

Happy One Year Anniversary

Ashley Hulbert

*Press Release*

Structure Fire District #1

LOCKPORT TOWNSHIP FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT 19623 RENWICK ROAD | LOCKPORT, ILLINOIS 60441 OFFICE 815.838.3287 | FAX 815.838.9141 | WWW.LOCKPORTFIRE.ORG          

 

PROUDLY SERVING ALL OR PORTIONS OF THE COMMUNITIES OF LOCKPORT, CREST HILL, ROMEOVILLE, NEW LENOX AND THE SURROUNDING UNINCORPORATED AREAS 

 

 

 

PRESS RELEASE

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

                                                                                                                                        CONTACT:                                                                                                                 

Deputy Chief Frank                                                                     8/19/2020 

                                                                                                                                      815-838-3287

 

 

On Wednesday 8/19/20 the Lockport Township Fire Protection District responded to a reported fire in the 1600 Blk of Hamilton in the City of Lockport.  Fire companies arrived to find heavy smoke coming from a 2 story home.  The fire, which started in the basement was controlled within 10 minutes of arrival.  Heavy smoke conditions in the basement and due to construction design the home took a while to ventilate.  The residents were not going to be able to stay in the home due to smoke damage and utilities being disconnected. 

 

All occupants of the building were able to safely evacuate prior to the fire departments arrival and no injuries were reported.  The Red Cross was called in to assist the resident.

 

The cause of the fire appears to be accidental but is being investigated by the Lockport Fire Investigators.

*Press Release*

Structure Fire District #4

LOCKPORT TOWNSHIP FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT 19623 RENWICK ROAD | LOCKPORT, ILLINOIS 60441 OFFICE 815.838.3287 | FAX 815.838.9141 | WWW.LOCKPORTFIRE.ORG          

 

PROUDLY SERVING ALL OR PORTIONS OF THE COMMUNITIES OF LOCKPORT, CREST HILL, ROMEOVILLE, NEW LENOX AND THE SURROUNDING UNINCORPORATED AREAS 

 

 

 

PRESS RELEASE

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

                                                                                                                                        CONTACT:

August 19th, 2020                                                                                 

Deputy Chief Frank Blaskey

                                                                                                                                      815-838-3287

 

 

On Tuesday August 18th, 2020 the Lockport Township Fire Protection District responded to a reported fire in the 400 block of Nobes in unincorporated Lockport Township.

Fire companies arrived to find heavy smoke coming from the rear of the property, and a fully involved garage.  The fire threatened a neighboring garage and shed.  The fire was extinguished and brought under control within 20-25 minutes.  Multiple fire companies worked to bring the incident to a close.  Neighboring departments assisted with coverage of the fire district during the incident.

All occupants were able to safely evacuate the home in the front of the property prior to the fire departments arrival and no injuries were reported. 

The cause of the fire appears to be accidental but is being investigated by the Lockport Fire Investigators.

*Press Release*

Structure Fire District #4 

LOCKPORT TOWNSHIP FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT 19623 RENWICK ROAD | LOCKPORT, ILLINOIS 60441 OFFICE 815.838.3287 | FAX 815.838.9141 | WWW.LOCKPORTFIRE.ORG 
 
        PROUDLY SERVING ALL OR PORTIONS OF THE COMMUNITIES OF LOCKPORT, CREST HILL, ROMEOVILLE, NEW LENOX AND THE SURROUNDING UNINCORPORATED AREAS 

 

PRESS RELEASE

 

 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

   

 CONTACT:

August 18, 2020                                                                                   

Deputy Chief Frank Blaskey

                                                                                                                                

 815-838-3287

 

At 1657hrs on August 17th the Lockport Township Fire Protection District responded to a reported structure fire in the 1600blk of Fairmount Ave in unincorporated Lockport Township.  When fire companies arrived they found smoke showing from the rear of the building.  Due to the buildings construction and an addition that connected two structures together, it was extremely difficult to extinguish the fire that was hidden in various void spaces within the building.

 

The fire was elevated to a M.A.B.A.S. Box Alarm which brought additional apparatus and manpower to the scene.  Companies spent about 2 ½ hours battling the fire which caused extensive damage to the building.

 

There were no injuries reported and the Red Cross was called in to assist two of the building residents.

 

The cause of the fire is being investigated by the Lockport Fire Investigators along with assistance from the M.A.B.A.S 15 Fire Investigators.

Firefighters Cooking with Kids

Episode #1

Episode #2

Episode #3

The Lockport Township Fire District does not solicit funds by phone.

The 2019 Excellence in Masonary Architectural Award

Lockport Fire District Station #1

August 2020 Anniversaries

17 Years

FF Chris Langheld

 

16 Years

Lt. James Kozek

Lt. Jason Baron

3 Years

FF Dan Gierlowski

FF Jason Pawlowski

FF Chris Isabelli

FF Ryan Mars

FF James Baumgartner

FF Joseph Schwinger

FF Edgar Rojas

Severe Weather Safety

A tornado is a violently rotating column of air extending from the base of a thunderstorm down to the ground. Tornadoes are capable of completely destroying well-made structures, uprooting trees, and hurling objects through the air like deadly missiles. Tornadoes can occur at any time of day or night and at any time of the year. Although tornadoes are most common in the Central Plains and the southeastern United States, they have been reported in all 50 states.

If you know what to do before, during and after a tornado, you will minimize your risk of injury and increase your chances of survival. You'll also find links to research, past events other topics of interest as well as downloadable safety handouts about thunderstorms, lightning, and tornadoes.

If you, or someone you know, has been a victim of a tornado, please share your story so we can prevent others from becoming a victim. When you write, please note that NWS has permission to use your story and, if possible, let us know the town and state you were in and the year the event took place.

25 Years Ago......1995

100th Anniversary of the Lockport Fire Department

50 Years Ago......1970

75th Anniversary of the Lockport Fire Department

Carl Munson becomes the 1st Paid Fire Chief

22 Paid Men

Fairmont School Fire

bFH31X05_400x400.jpg

Be prepared for a disaster in

Will County

The Ready Will County Illinois application helps its users, citizens of the Will County, IL, to stay prepared and protect their loved ones should an emergency occur.  Please click on the Will County logo or the link below for more information..

Scott's Law:

The "Move Over" Law.

Protect Those who Protect Us.!!!

Red Shirt Fridays

What is R.E.D. Shirt Friday?  RED stands for Remember Everyone Deployed.  It is our honor to wear our specially designed red shirts each Friday paying tribute to all our active, retired, and deceased United States Military Members.  We cannot thank them enough for the dedication and sacrifices they make keeping our country and our citizens safe worldwide.

Each Friday watch for the R.E.D. Shirts and let's all remember to honor those who serve us and keep us safe in the greatest country in the world. 

Fire Extinguisher Recall

Information courtesy of  Kidde United Technologies

Website Designed by LTJM

Administrative Office

Mailing Address & Office Hours

 

Lockport Township Fire

Protection District

19623 W. Renwick Road

Lockport, Illinois 60441-3600

Phone: (815) 838-3287  

FAX: (815) 838-9141  

Monday thru Friday: 

8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m

Click on the Police Agencies that serve our Fire District.

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