The mission of the Lincolnwood Fire Department is to provide multidiscipline professional services in the areas of fire, rescue and emergency medicine dedicated to exceeding the evolving needs of our community.
The Lincolnwood Fire Department is dedicated to serving and protecting each person with an appreciation of their diversity and identity. The Lincolnwood Fire Department has a common set of values that all members strive to express through their work and personal contact with others. These values are the cornerstone of all actions and decisions by our personnel, who are our most important asset.
We proudly serve the changing needs of our community by providing the highest quality services withLoyalty Integrity Nobility Compassion Originality Leadership Neutrality Wisdom Open mindedness Objectivity Dedication Foresight Innovation Responsibility and Excellence
In June 1977, Paramedic Services of Illinois (PSI) started a paramedic contract with the Village of Lincolnwood, providing their first ambulance with six paramedics for 24-hour coverage. In December of 1989, the Village expanded its contract to PSI to provide firefighting services. In addition to firefighting and paramedic services, the Department offers public education programs and fire inspection services.
The Fire Department is staffed with 31 members, 28 of which are provided through PSI. They include a Deputy Chief, 3 Battalion Chiefs, 1 Capitan, 5 Lieutenants, 18 Firefighter/Paramedics and 1 part-time Fire Inspector. The Fire Chief and an Account Clerk are full-time employees of the Village. The Account Clerk services are shared between the Fire Department and Community Development.