We’re only one week into April and already snakes are becoming more active. In January, Rancho Santa Fe firefighters responded to 2 snake removal calls. In February, they responded to just one,
Each year, RSFFPD sends a letter or packet to every property owner within the district notifying them of our Vegetation Management requirements and that Fire Prevention Specialists will be driving throughout the
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RANCHO SANTA FE, Calif. — Wildfires are a constant threat for those of us living in Southern California, especially in rural and suburban communities like Rancho Santa Fe. With the recent heavy
A mountain lion has recently been spotted by Escondido Creek near Elfin Forest. Based on the size of the tracks, the Escondido Creek Conservancy believes it to be a young adult male.
The video below, produced by the Institute for Business and Home Safety, demonstrates the importance of defensible space and fire-resistant construction. The left side of the house is built to normal standards
Rancho Santa Fe firefighters will be taking to the streets and intersections again this year to help raise money for burn survivors. The annual Burn Institute Boot Drive, taking place on Wednesday,
During the Board of Directors meeting on February 21, 2019, twelve recently promoted personnel received their new badges. Congratulations to (from left to right): Eng. Nathan Sanford FF/PM Justin Cloyd Capt. Paul
Love Your Heart Day is coming up on February 14. Stop by one of our three locations, or any of the locations throughout the county, for a free blood pressure screening.