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Summer Camps (Specialty)

Summer Public Safety Camp

Public safety camp is a group effort by the Mt. Lebanon Police and Fire Departments as well as Medical Rescue Team South EMS. Each day will have different events related to all three public safety departments. Other local agencies also participate in this week long camp.


Mt. Lebanon children ages 9 to 12


Mt. Lebanon Police and Fire Department Staff


August 5 – 9

Monday – Friday

9 am – Noon


Camp will meet in the parking lot between Dixon & Middle field on Cedar Blvd.

900 Cedar Blvd
Pittsburgh, PA 15228


Mt. Lebanon Recreation Office
(412) 343-3409




Important Note

Field Trip – Thursday – Pittsburgh International Airport

Transportation provided

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: Volunteers are needed to help guide groups of children. Volunteers must be between at least 16 years old to volunteer for the Public Safety Camp. Please contact the Recreation Office at (412) 343-3409 for more information. Clearances are required for volunteers ages 18 and up. Click here to view the volunteer clearance policy.


Camp will begin each morning with a flag ceremony and roll call. Each day will have different events related to all three public safety departments. Throughout the week campers will have the opportunity to see and touch the different vehicles used by public safety, participate in a bike rodeo, use a hose line from a fire engine, learn CPR and First Aid, play in 3 ft deep foam, participate in a rope rescue scenario, wear firefighter turnout gear and see a vehicle rescue demonstration.


Additional Information

Additional registration information:
Online – Register for as many programs as you like with a MasterCard or Visa. Save time by registering online today! You also may register in the office during business hours, 8:30 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. We accept Visa, Mastercard, Cash or Check.

For program cancellations or other important information, sign up for LeboALERT on the myLebo platform and receive text and email notifications. Ensure you select the “cancellations” category. The Mt. Lebanon Recreation Center provides free LeboNet WiFi.