Lawrencetown & District
Volunteer Fire Department
Annapolis County, Nova Scotia - Proudly Serving since 1898
The Lawrencetown and District Volunteer Fire Department is located in the Village of Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia, Canada.
Nestled in the beautiful Annapolis Valley between the North and South Mountains, this picturesque village, located on the banks of the Annapolis River and was settled in 1760 by New England planter families. Originally named Lunn's Mill, after John Lunn, who purchased a mill lot in 1760, was in 1822, renamed Lawrencetown in honour of Lieutenant Governor Charles Lawrence, a prominent figure in Nova Scotia's history.
The Lawrencetown and District Volunteer Fire Department has proudly served the community since 1898. The LVFD is comprised of 40 volunteer members that serve an area of 180 sq Kilometers of the Annapolis Valley. We respond to an average of 70 emergency calls a year including mutual aid to neighbouring departments when requested.