The District has adopted a fee schedule which lists the district's updated fees for services, including plan review and new construction.
The Rancho Santa Fe Fire Protection District requires automatic fire sprinkler systems in all residential structures, both new construction and remodels.
Forms & Additional Information
Forms and resources for construction within the Fire District, including plan submittal requirements, plan check forms, and fire prevention forms.
The Fire District requires all residential, commercial, and multi-family projects to submit landscaping and fuel modification plans to the District for approval.
A step-by-step guide to help you through the new construction process within the Fire District boundaries, from preliminary plan review to final inspection.
Ordinances and standards are adopted by the Fire Protection District's Board of Directors have been designed to protect you, your environment, and your property from fire and other major disasters.
The Fire District conducts two types of plan reviews for its customers. The first type of review is a conceptual, or preliminary, site or landscape plan. The second is a review of all permitted plan submittals.
Contractors who have worked within the district and are familiar with our codes and building standards. We don't recommend any over another, or require contractors to be on the list to work within district.