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Public Education & Community Outreach

Fire Safety & Prevention Education


Lone Oak Volunteer Fire Department offers a variety of fire safety and prevention educational opportunities:

     • Teaching workshops and programs to better prepare the community to stay safe and respond to emergencies

     • Facility pre-planning to map out a floor plan and to identify potential challenges during an emergency 

     • Hosting fun & family oriented events and supporting events lead by other local organizations


If you are interested in the Lone Oak Volunteer Fire Department participating in an event or leading a fire safety & prevention workshop please contact us at or via the contact form.

Community Programs / School Workshops / Facility Pre-Planning / Community Events


Friends & Family CPR (non-certification)

Lone Oak Volunteer Fire Department is offering a Friends & Family CPR. This is for those who wish to learn but aren't interested in certification. 


This is offered for anyone 12 years of age or older. 

The details

  • Date - September, 14, 2022

  • Time- 6pm ET

  • Place - Lone Oak Volunteer Fire Department 

The focus of this class is to prepare students with hands-on skills and knowledge to carry out effective CPR.


To attend this free educational program, please register below

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Register for Friends & Family CPR

Thanks for registering!

Get Alarmed, TN!

The State Fire Marshal’s Office recently presented the Lone Oak Volunteer Fire Department with a supply of 10-year
battery smoke alarms to be installed in homes within the community at high risk of fire.


The alarms are free, but must be installed by the fire department or a partnering organization that has been trained by the fire department. Because supplies are limited, the fire department may need to give first preference to those who are not able to otherwise afford smoke alarms.

To request an installation, email or fill out the contact form. Provide us with your name, address, email and phone number. A fire department representative will then contact you to schedule a time for the installation.

Since 2012 over 165,000 smoke alarms distributed and installed throughout Tennessee


Get Alarmed
A Message from John Kowalski, Firefighter, Public Information Officer

An integral component of the Lone Oak Volunteer Fire Department to "Make a difference, every day" through community education relating to fire safety and prevention, emergency responses and property conservation. Our public information office schedules workshops, seminars and demonstrations throughout the community. 

Contact us to schedule a program.


Friends & Family CPR
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