Rancho Santa Fe
Rancho Santa Fe is an unincorporated area located in of San Diego’s north county, just a few miles from the ocean. This charming community is made up of winding rural roadways, rolling eucalyptus-covered hills, green pastures and citrus groves. Hover your mouse over different items on the map below to learn what stores, restaurants and community resources are available in the village itself which is a part of the Covenant of Rancho Santa Fe.
The State of California recognized Rancho Santa Fe’s historical significance in 1989 by designating the village as a State Historic Landmark (#982) and further amending that designation in 2004 with California Cultural Landmark status.
“The Ranch”, as it is called by locals, is known for its horse properties and bridle paths throughout the area. It is also home to some great golf courses and tennis, and for its proximity to some of the best beaches in the southland. Some of the finest horse trainers in the country also live here. The area was the site for the equestrian events during the 1984 Olympics. Polo is a favorite pastime.
The Rancho Santa Fe area consists of the original Covenant, which includes the village and many adjacent homes, plus many surrounding developments which are also part of Rancho Santa Fe. Below are six of the most significant developments within Rancho Santa Fe.
AREA PHONE NUMBERS
- County Administration
- Police - SD County Sheriff
- Fire - RSF Fire District
- Rancho Santa Fe School Dist.
- Electric Company - SDG&E
- Water - Santa Fe Irrigation District
- Trash Pickup - EDCO Waste & Recycling
- Cable TV - Time Warner Cable
- Cable TV - Cox Cable
- Cable TV - AT&T