LEWIS COUNTY FIRE DISTRICT 6
History

In 1956, Lewis County Fire District 6 was established because of a fire at the Yard Birds that was outside the city limits. The first commissioners were Joe Kraemer, Dean Murray and Howard Holt. The first Fire Chief was Noel Cole. 

The commissioners borrowed $20,000  to purchase an engine, equipment, and have little money to run the district for the year. The first engine was purchased May 1957.

The District presently has: 
5 Compressed Air Foam (CAF) Engines
3 CAF Tenders
3 Water Tenders
1 Command Vehicle
1 Maintenance Vehicle
1 Air Trailer
1 Mass Casualty trailer
2 Ambulances 

On May 01, 2001 the Advance Life Support (ALS) Program began. This new program allowed the district the ability to care and transport critically sick or injured patients.

If you would like to know more on the history of Lewis County Fire District 6, packets are available at the main station.