LTFD no longer requires burn permits for residential use for Lyon Township residents.
Burn permit guidelines still apply and may be found by clicking on the
Burn Guidelines link located in the Sub Menu.
The Lyon Township Fire Department is organized and operated for the people of Lyon Township for the purpose of fire control, fire prevention, and any emergency service that the Department is equipped to provide.
Ken Van Sparrentak is Lyon Township's Fire Chief. Chief Van Sparrentak may be reached at
248-486-3775 (Fire Station #1). Chief Van Sparrentak is a full-time fire chief and is available Monday through Thursday, 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
The Lyon Township Fire Department consists of both career and paid on-call firefighters/emergency medical technicians, Assistant Fire Chief Reginald Madeline, Fire Marshal Brian Holzheimer, and an Administrative Assistant. The fire department is staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The firefighters respond to a wide variety of calls including fires, medical assistance, and automobile accidents.
The Lyon Township Fire Department is a basic transport department, responding to 1455 runs in 2020.
Assistant Fire Chief
Fire Station #1
58800 Grand River Avenue
New Hudson, MI 48165
Fire Station #2
56675 Ten Mile Road
South Lyon, MI 48178
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