Oak Lawn

Professional Fire Fighters IAFF Local 3405.


Never Forget:

To those who have sacrificed all for the good of others, we will Never Forget our fallen comrades.

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Welcome to the Oak Lawn Local 3405 Web site

Town Information

The Oak Lawn Professional Firefighters Local #3405 protects the Village of Oak Lawn, Illinois, in Cook county, is 11 miles South West of Chicago, Illinois. There are 55,245 residents in Oak Lawn.

Oak Lawn History

The area now known as Oak Lawn was originally called Black Oaks Grove. Julian Hatch, a land broker, purchased the land in 1842. John Simpson, a farmer, was the first settler of Oak Lawn. The first school was established around 1860. It was officially incorporated in 1909. Oak Lawn adopted a city manager form of government in 1953.


Fire Station Locations

Station #1

4401 West 103rd Street, Oak Lawn, IL 60453


Fire Prevention Bureau Offices

Engine 28, Med 1


Station #2

6451 West 93rd Place, Oak Lawn, IL 60453


Administrative Offices and Firefighter Academy

Engine 27, Med 2


Station #3

9446 S. Raymond, Oak Lawn, IL 60453


Shift Commander’s Office

Engine 26, Squad 1, Med 3, Battalion 1




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