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Lindale Fire Department

Lindale Fire Department Central Fire Station
208 E. Hubbard
Lindale, TX 75771

903-882-3443
Emergency Dial 911

Joe Yeakle

Operating as usual

12/02/2022

Lindale Rotary Christmas Parade is tomorrow night. Please check out the route map below. At the end of the parade route (South Street) all floats will be going back to the EJ Moss area.

Have fun and stay safe!

Trick or Treat at the fire station going on now.
10/29/2022

Trick or Treat at the fire station going on now.

Timeline photos
10/17/2022

Timeline photos

When witches go riding, and black cats are seen, follow these tips for optimal fun, and remember to keep exits clear of decorations, so nothing blocks escape routes. For more Halloween safety, visit: http://nfpa.social/T2sS50Lcmz9

UT Health East Texas EMS Membership
10/17/2022
UT Health East Texas EMS Membership

UT Health East Texas EMS Membership

Only $60/year for your household Your UT Health East Texas EMS membership protects you from out-of-pocket expenses. It prepays any portion of the ambulance transport charges not covered by insurance or Medicare. A low annual fee covers you, your spouse and your dependent children living in your resi...

Photos from Lindale Early Childhood Center's post
10/12/2022

Photos from Lindale Early Childhood Center's post

Thanks Velma Penny.
10/11/2022

Thanks Velma Penny.

If you’re going to be at County Fest today, stop by the fire station and say Hi to Sparky.
10/08/2022

If you’re going to be at County Fest today, stop by the fire station and say Hi to Sparky.

Please pray for Dalhart Volunteer Fire Department and the families of Chief Curtis  Brown and firefighter Brendan Torres...
10/06/2022

Please pray for Dalhart Volunteer Fire Department and the families of Chief Curtis Brown and firefighter Brendan Torres. Chief Brown and firefighter Torres were killed last night in an automobile accident while returning from a call.

Photos from Garland Fire Department's post
09/29/2022

Photos from Garland Fire Department's post

Photos from Lindale PD's post
09/27/2022

Photos from Lindale PD's post

Contact Lt.Kolby Hopson for an application. Email khopson@lindalevfd.com for an application.
09/27/2022
Do you have what it takes?

Contact Lt.Kolby Hopson for an application. Email [email protected] for an application.

Volunteer emergency responders make up 73% of the fire service throughout the US. The volunteer emergency service is an extremely valuable national resource, protecting neighbors and saving taxpayers money. If you have the commitment and motivation to make your community a better place, consider vol...

Please contact Lt. Hopson for more information and an application.
09/17/2022
Hero is a volunteer position

Please contact Lt. Hopson for more information and an application.

Volunteer emergency responders make up 73% of the fire service throughout the US. The volunteer emergency service is an extremely valuable national resource, protecting neighbors and saving taxpayers money. If you have the commitment and motivation to make your community a better place, consider vol...

09/15/2022

Online application process will open October 1st. Come join our team! Fast paced, training focused, strong firefighter culture, transitioning to ALS FRO, new station, new apparatus and equipment, and a high call volume for career growth.

09/15/2022
Do you have what it takes?
09/15/2022
Do you have what it takes?

Do you have what it takes?

Volunteer emergency responders make up 73% of the fire service throughout the US. The volunteer emergency service is an extremely valuable national resource, protecting neighbors and saving taxpayers money. If you have the commitment and motivation to make your community a better place, consider vol...

08/25/2022
08/24/2022

DID YOU KNOW? Drivers who illegally pass a school bus face fines up to $1,250 for the first offense. Make safety your focus when you get behind the wheel and be on the lookout for school buses.

Find more safe driving tips at https://bit.ly/3Popfsq.

08/24/2022

Check us out at:
LongviewTexas.gov/LFDjobs

08/23/2022

The Smith County Commissioners Court voted to rescind the Burn Ban on Tuesday, August 23, after the area received descent rainfall over the last few days.
“I 100 percent recommend rescinding the Burn Ban after the rain we’ve had,” Smith County Fire Marshal Jay Brooks said. “We received a good saturating, soaking rain, which was exactly what we needed.”
He said Monday’s rains came with a very serious situation, when a tornado briefly touched down in the City of Winona. No injuries were reported.
Brooks said workers at Winona High School, where the tornado touched down on the football field, acted quickly and did exactly what they should have done to keep everyone safe.
Smith County Precinct 4 Constable Josh Joplin agreed it was a very serious situation. “I appreciate everyone who had a helping hand yesterday,” he said.
Joplin said he also recommended lifting the Burn Ban, adding that a lot of people in his precinct would need to burn debris from yesterday’s storm.
The Burn Ban was issued by the Commissioners Court on July 5.
For more information, visit www.smith-county.com
Smith County Fire Marshal's Office
Smith County Sheriff's Office
Constable Josh Joplin Smith County Precinct 4

08/22/2022

Several storms are bringing heavy rains and flooding to many parts of Texas over the next few days. Visit http://drivetexas.org for road conditions, and remember: If you see flooding on a roadway .

08/17/2022
08/16/2022

Although some portions of Smith County saw showers last week, it was not enough rain to consider lifting the burn ban, Smith County Fire Marshal Jay Brooks reported Tuesday.
The Smith County Commissioners Court received an update on drought conditions from Brooks, who said only some areas of the county received rain and it was not enough to ease fire danger conditions.
“The conditions outside are disastrous for us right now,” he said, adding that they haven’t seen drought conditions like this summer since 2011.
When some areas of the county received brief periods of rain, the moisture quickly dried up. And while some areas of the county saw rain, other areas did not, Brooks said.
“We are still under a burn ban and I don’t recommend rescinding it,” he told the Commissioners Court.
The burn ban update was added to the agenda for Tuesday’s meeting after Precinct 3 Commissioner Terry Phillips received inquiries from people who wanted to do outside burning after receiving rain last week. “As soon as we can, we need to lift the burn ban,” he said.
Several grass fires were started last week when people who did receive rain began burning, Brooks said.
As of Tuesday, the Keetch-Byram Drought Index (KBDI) for Smith County was averaging around 730, with a low of 622 and a high of 773, he said. Used to determine forest fire potential, the KBDI ranges from 0 to 800. Typically, Smith County issues a burn ban when the drought index falls around 700.
When the burn ban was issued more than a month ago, the KDBI was averaging around 650, with the highs in the 700s.
The Commissioners Court voted on July 5, to issue a 90-day “Order Prohibiting Outdoor Burning” for the County. The burn ban runs through October 3, but the Commissioners Court could vote to lift the restriction early if conditions improve, or to continue the burn ban past that date if conditions do not improve.
Brooks said there are chances of rain for later this week but the area needs a weather pattern shift and to see 4-6 inches of rain countywide to improve conditions.
For burn ban restrictions, visit www.smith-county and click on the banner on the top of the homepage. Anyone needing more information about available assistance, or anyone with questions related to the burn ban, please call the Smith County Fire Marshal’s Office at 903-590-2655.

08/16/2022

Happy Monday, Lindale!

The first day of school is August 17th, so we wanted to take this time to give you some reminders.

🚨The infamous No Left Turn signs on East Hubbard will be put up the week before school starts. These signs are enforced 7a-9a and 2p-4p Monday through Friday.

🚨Everyone is in the same hurry you are for drop off and pick up. Be kind. Be patient. And maybe leave earlier.

🚨School zone speed limits will be enforced. Slow down! We 💙 our children.

🚨Be mindful of school bus stops. When a bus has the red lights flashing and/or the STOP sign out, you must stop- even on a divided Highway (like 69). Don’t try to pass the bus, putting children’s lives in danger. The fine for passing a bus while they’re stopped is upwards of $500; it’s not worth the 30 seconds you might save.

School starts Wednesday.
08/16/2022

School starts Wednesday.

Photos from Wildfire Education & Prevention - Texas A&M Forest Service's post
08/03/2022

Photos from Wildfire Education & Prevention - Texas A&M Forest Service's post

08/02/2022

Happy Monday, Lindale!

The first day of school is August 17th, so we wanted to take this time to give you some reminders.

🚨The infamous No Left Turn signs on East Hubbard will be put up the week before school starts. These signs are enforced 7a-9a and 2p-4p Monday through Friday.

🚨Everyone is in the same hurry you are for drop off and pick up. Be kind. Be patient. And maybe leave earlier.

🚨School zone speed limits will be enforced. Slow down! We 💙 our children.

🚨Be mindful of school bus stops. When a bus has the red lights flashing and/or the STOP sign out, you must stop- even on a divided Highway (like 69). Don’t try to pass the bus, putting children’s lives in danger. The fine for passing a bus while they’re stopped is upwards of $500; it’s not worth the 30 seconds you might save.

07/31/2022
07/31/2022
07/31/2022
Photos from Texas Division of Emergency Management's post
07/18/2022

Photos from Texas Division of Emergency Management's post

07/18/2022

Some areas of Texas received some rain over the last week. Remember that fire danger doesn't always end after it rains. Just a few dry, windy days can dry out vegetation like twigs, leaves and grass.

❗️ This week is expected to be extremely hot and dry. Be cautious with any activity that could cause a spark and start a wildfire.
For more information, visit https://tfsweb.tamu.edu/PreventWildfire/

07/11/2022

As you travel the hot Texas highways this summer, be mindful of the condition of your vehicle’s tires. Underinflated or flat tires can cause the metal rim to contact the roadway and send sparks into nearby dry grass, causing a wildfire.

Photos from US National Weather Service Shreveport Louisiana's post
07/09/2022

Photos from US National Weather Service Shreveport Louisiana's post

07/09/2022

🥵No matter what your weekend plans are, be aware of the heat!

🌡️Many communities are under heat advisories. Protect yourself and your loved ones!

Tips: ready.gov/heat



¡No importa que plan tenga este fin de semana, este pendiente del calor intenso!

Varios sectores están bajo advertencias de calor extremo. ¡Protéjase usted y los suyos!

Para información: Listo.gov

Timeline photos
07/08/2022

Timeline photos

A Heat Advisory is now in effect through 7 PM Saturday. Look for heat indices to range between 105-110 degrees today and again Saturday. Remember to drink plenty of fluids, avoid extended time outdoors, stay in air-conditioning, and NEVER leave children or pets in vehicles!

07/07/2022

Did you know 50% of all wildfires in Texas come from 2 human causes…Debris burning & Equipment use.

Debris burning includes burn barrels, brush piles, bonfires, and the small piles of lawn debris in people’s backyards. This is also the type of burning that is primarily restricted when burn bans are put in place by county governments.

Equipment use is a much broader category, and sometimes more difficult to understand. Any fire that is started by something mechanical is considered equipment use. This can include dragging tow chains on a trailer, wheel bearings overheating, mowing and shredding activities, parking or idling over dry grass, failed spark arresters on equipment, overheated or malfunctioning hay baling equipment, and even welding. Just to name a few of the most common equipment causes.

During the current drought conditions, please be mindful of all outdoor activities that could potentially create a spark and a wildfire, and obey local burn bans that have been put in place to protect us all.

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We want to thank the Lindale Fire Department for the recent order of a Pierce Enforcer PUC Pumper! Thank you for continually choosing Pierce and Siddons-Martin Emergency Group!
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If you register for the Altra Federal Credit Union Harvest Hustle 5K presented by Cracker Barrel Old Country Store by September 24th you will get a $5 discount if you use the code EAGLE!

If you register now you will receive a T-Shirt, cooler bag, and water bottle as pictured below!

Portion of the proceeds from the Harvest Hustle 5K benefit:

Society of St. Stephen - David Powell Food Pantry
Lindale ISD Education Foundation
Lillie Russell Memorial Library
Lindale Fire Department

Register at:
www.active.com/lindale-tx/running/distance-running/harvest-hustle-5k-run-walk-2021

Portions of the proceeds of the Altra Federal Credit Union 2021 LACC Harvest Hustle 5K presented by Cracker Barrel Old Country Store go to help the Society of St. Stephen: David Powell Food Pantry, Lindale ISD Education Foundation, Lillie Russell Memorial Library, and the Lindale Fire Department!

Register to run the 2021 LACC Harvest Hustle 5K at:
www.active.com/lindale-tx/running/distance-running/harvest-hustle-5k-run-walk-2021

If you register before October 1st, you will receive a T-Shirt, cooler bag, and water bottle!

Now is the perfect time to sign up for the 2021 LACC Harvest Hustle 5K! We will have cash prizes for the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners along with a t-shirt, water bottle, and cooler bag for all runners! 🏃‍♀️🏃

Prices go up every month until the day of the event. So register now for the low price of $20! Prices go up September 1st!

https://www.active.com/lindale-tx/running/distance-running/harvest-hustle-5k-run-walk-202

**T-shirts will not be guaranteed after October 1st!**

Portion of the proceeds from the Harvest Hustle 5k benefit:

Society of St. Stephen -David Powell Food Pantry
Lindale ISD Education Foundation
Lillie Russell Memorial Library
Lindale Fire Department

Registration for the Altra Federal Credit Union 2021 LACC Harvest Hustle 5K presented by Cracker Barrel Old Country Store is open!

Now-August 31 - $20
September 1-October 3 - $25
October 4-race day - $30

If you register before October 1st, you will receive a T-Shirt, cooler bag, and water bottle pictured below!

Portion of the proceeds from the Harvest Hustle 5k benefit:
David Powell Food Pantry (Society of St. Stephen)
Lindale ISD Education Foundation
Lillie Russell Memorial Library
Lindale Fire Department

Register at:
www.active.com/lindale-tx/running/distance-running/harvest-hustle-5k-run-walk-2021

2021-2022 Community Membership Renewal Spotlight: Lindale Fire Department

☎️ (903) 882-3443
📍 208 E Hubbard St Lindale, TX 75771

Thank you Lindale Fire Department for your continued partnership with the Lindale Area Chamber of Commerce.

Today we got to meet some real super heroes, Firefighters! They taught us about what they do and how they do it. Thank you Lindale Fire Department!
2020 Membership Renewal Spotlights: Lindale Fire Department

Lindale Volunteer Fire Department is an all volunteer fire department providing emergency services and fire protection to the citizens of Smith County ESD 1 (which includes the City of Lindale), the City of Hideaway and Tyler Pipe. We currently have 46 volunteers, the majority of whom are career firefighters that volunteer their time to serve their community. Most of our members hold some type of specialty fire service certification.

Lindale Fire Department currently operates out of three fire stations. We have five class A engines, four wildland brush trucks, two rescue/command vehicles, a 3,000 gallon water tender (tanker), an air/rehab trailer and a 107 foot ladder truck.

Lindale Fire Department’s service area is 168 square mile and has a population of over 25,000 people.

They are well known and loved for all they do with the Lindale ISD and other non-profit organizations in the area. We are very blessed to have such amazing volunteers in our Fire Department!

Thank you Lindale Fire Department for you continued partnership with the Lindale Area Chamber of Commerce!



The Lindale Chamber is committed to focusing on our business community and supporting them during this uncertainty. Each day we will focus on a different membership category.
We will also spotlight our 2019-2020 Members today
We encourage you to partner with these Non Profit organizations during the East Texas Giving Day
Alzheimer's Alliance of Smith County
American Cancer Society-Tyler, TX
American Legion Jordan-Duncan Post 15, Lindale, TX
Azleway Boys’ Ranch and Children’s Services of Tyler
Bethesda Health Clinic
Better Business Bureau Serving Central East Texas
Calvary Commission International
Carter BloodCare
Chandler-Brownsboro Chamber Of Commerce
Christian Women's Job Corps Lindale
The Discovery Science Place
East Texas Fraternal Order of Police
First United Methodist Church Lindale
FitSteps for Life
Grace Community Church - Lindale
Habitat for Humanity of Smith County
Hideaway Lake Kiwanis Club
Hope Haven of East Texas
The Hospice of East Texas
Susan G. Komen Greater Central & East Texas
LifeSource Community Church
Lillie Russell Memorial Library in Lindale
Lindale Fall Ball Association
Lindale Fire Department
Lindale ISD Education Foundation
Lindale Knights of Columbus
Lindale Soccer Association
Living Alternatives
Lone Star Warriors Outdoors
Mineola Chamber Of Commerce
North East Texas Regional Mobility Authority - NET RMA
Rose Heights Church - Lindale
Lindale Rotary Club
SCORE Mentors
Sharon Shriners
Sky Ranch
Society of St. Stephen
St. Luke's Episcopal Church, Lindale TX
Tuttle Christian Foundation
Tyler Area Chamber Of Commerce
Tyler Economic Development Council
Tyler Metro Black Chamber Of Commerce
YWAM
Now is the perfect time to start training for a 5K.
Join us again for the Altra Federal Credit Union Harvest Hustle 5K 2020 on Saturday, October 10th @ 8:30 am in conjunction with Countryfest 2020
You can register now for the Harvest Hustle 5K 2020​ and save
https://www.active.com/lindale-tx/running/harvest-hustle-5k-run-walk-2020
2020 Benefactors: Lillie Russell Memorial Library in Lindale, Lindale Fire Department, Lindale ISD Education Foundation, and Hope Haven of East Texas

$20 from now until July 1st
$25 from July 1-September 10
$30 from September 11-October 8th
$35 Day of the Race
Member Spotlight: Community Members (group 2)
Our community members are passionate about the Chamber and the success of our community. They take advantage of the events, networking, and learning opportunities. We appreciate their commitment to the Lindale Chamber.
Lindale Fire Department
Lindale Independent School District
Lindale Knights of Columbus
Lone Star Warriors Outdoors
Lonny Uzzell
Malcolm Watson
Marlee Harris
Michael & Dinah Ragsdale
Susan Boggio Mazarakes-Gill and Michael Gill
Pam Burns Barker and Mike Pam Barker
Mineola Area Chamber of Commerce
Nina Bryan
Owen & Debbie Scott
Pat & Valerie Bonds
Pat Porter
Rockies 'N Ropers Dance Club
Ron Owens & DeAnn Albritton Owens
Ronnie & Jean Mcclenny
Lindale Rotary Club
SCORE Mentors
Shelbie Allison Glover & Trey Glover
Smith County Clerk Karen Phillips
Smith County Commissioner Terry Phillips
Constable Jeff McClenny, Smith County, Precinct 5
Smith County DA Jacob Putman
Smith County District Clerk Penny Clarkston for District Clerk
Smith County JP Precinct 5 Jon W. Johnson
Smith County Judge Nathaniel Moran
Smith County Sheriff Larry R. Smith
Society of St. Stephen
Tuttle Christian Foundation
Tyler Area Chamber of Commerce
Tyler Economic Development Council
Tyler Metro Chamber of Commerce
Zacki Gutzke & Rik Gutzke
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MDB DJ & Entertainment Services Lindale Veterans Memorial Southern Glory City of Lindale Animal Control City of Lindale Lindale Economic Development Corp Old Sabine Bottom & Tawakoni WMAs - Texas Parks and Wildlife Living Alternatives Red Springs Fire Department The Valley Blues Mineola Animal Shelter The Produce Shack Flight For Life Rotary Club of Mineola, Texas Mineola Area Chamber of Commerce