PREPARE AND PREVENT
PLANS AND ORDINANCES
To serve the public through the protection of life, environment and property from fire and other emergencies through prevention, preparedness, education, and response.
Today, June 30, 2016 marks the end of an era. The Elfin Forest/Harmony Grove Fire…Read More →
Changes are happening at the Elfin Forest/Harmony Grove Fire Department. The merger with the Rancho…Read More →
The Elfin Forest Harmony Grove 38th annual Fourth of July Parade and Picnic is upon…Read More →
PulsePoint, a favorite app among our department members, recently released new community outreach videos to…Read More →
Chief Frank Twohy was the cornerstone of the original Elfin Forest Fire department; without him, we would not be where we are today. Chief Twohy has done more work on our behalf and the communities’ behalf than ever before in recorded history. Chief Twohy now serves as the Volunteer Recruitment and Retention Coordinator Chief Officer for the Rancho Santa Fe FPD.
The Rancho Santa Fe Fire Protection District is governed by a five-person, elected Board of Directors. The Fire Chief is charged with managing the District while a Deputy Chief oversees the Operations Division and the Training Officer supervising the training of staff. Supervision of fire suppression activities is performed by each of the three Battalion Chiefs on 24-hour shift basis.