We are pleased to announce the promotions of Craig McVey to Captain and Alex Trottier to Engineer. Congratulations, gentlemen! L-R: Battalion Chief/Training Officer Bruce Sherwood, Captain Craig McVey, Fire Chief Fred Cox,
On Tuesday, June 11, at 1:56 pm, Rancho Santa Fe Fire Protection District (RSFFPD) firefighters responded to the report of a vegetation fire in the open space just north of the community
CSA-17’s 2019 Cardiac Arrest Survivor’s luncheon honoring local survivors and those that rendered aid was held on June 7. Trever Krueger, Scott Young, and Brian Schmid were able to meet Carol Tellez,
Our Administrative office will be closed Monday, May 27, 2019, in observance of Memorial Day. Emergency services will operate as usual. Have a fun and safe holiday weekend!
Our condolences go out to our friends and colleagues at Cal Fire San Diego/San Diego County Fire. From Cal Fire San Diego/San Diego County Fire: It is with deep sorrow that we
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
We are currently working on some website maintenance. This should not impact the ability to use the site but it is possible some features may be temporarily unavailable. We apologize for any
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.