Supporter Shirts

Supporter shirts are now available to purchase.

We have adult sizes from small to 2XL, and children sizes from small to large.

They are short sleeve black t-shirts with the same Maltese cross we have on our uniforms.

Adult shirts are $20 a shirt, and children are $15 a shirt.

They are for sale at the fire department or you can fill out this request form link, and a member of the department will contact you about ordering.

Thank you for the support you give to our department and we hope you wear your shirt with pride.

Click here to order

Lowell Volunteer Fire Department

The Lowell Volunteer Fire Department was organized in 1897 by a group of citizens to protect their own property and businesses as well as others. The first meeting was held October 5, 1897 with the first appointed Chief being M.E. Nafus. On November 2, 1897, Charles Sherard was the first elected Chief. He served in that position until June 7, 1898. Listed under separate heading are the men who have served as elected Chief to this department. In the past 122 years, there have been only 22 Chiefs. Read More

Our Service Area

The Lowell Volunteer Fire Department proudly serves the citizens and property of Eagle Creek, Cedar Creek and West Creek Townships. We are a not-for-profit corporation coordinated by a Board of Corporate Officers and trustees who collectively make decisions for the department throughout the year in conjunction with the Town of Lowell. Serving the community of Lowell and surrounding areas has been the pride of this department for over 120 years.

Weather Alerts

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Upcoming Events

Nothing from February 27, 2024 to March 27, 2024.

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Lowell Fire Dept.
Tonight the Lowell Fire Department hosted a joint training with the Lake Dalecarlia Fire Department to refresh on our skills on the hazards associated with natural gas and many other hazardous gases present within atmospheric conditions. We had the privilege to have Gary Fire Department Chief Rob Grady present to lead our training this evening. Chief Grady shared his experiences on the job as well as the imminent factors that play a role in these types of emergencies. We are extremely grateful that he has devoted his time to lead our agencies to better serve our communities. ... See MoreSee Less
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