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Gas & Electric

San Diego Gas & Electric Co
1855 Main St
Ramona, CA 92065
Phone: (800) 411-7343
Website: https://www.sdge.com/

Cable & Internet

Cox Communications
9349 Mission Gorge Rd
Santee, CA 92071
Phone: (619) 262-1122
Website: https://cox.com

DISH Network
Phone: (760) 888-5578
Website: https://www.dish.com/


Ramona Water
125 2nd St, Ramona, CA 92065
Phone: (760) 789-1330
Website: http://rmwd.org/

San Diego County Sheriff’s Department North Coastal Station

13100 Bowron Rd,
Poway, CA 92064
Phone: (858) 513-2800
Website: http://sdsheriff.net/

San Diego County Government

1600 Pacific Hwy.
San Diego, CA 92101
Phone: (858) 694-3900
Website: https://www.sandiegocounty.gov

US Post Office

1444 Main St,
Ramona, CA 92065
(800) 275-8777

DMV Office

13461 Community Rd
Poway, CA 92064
(800) 777-0133

Passport Office

UC San Diego Greenhouse Lane
La Jolla, CA 92093
(858) 534-1164

Social Security

367 Via Vera Cruz
San Marcos, CA 92078

At one time Ramona was known as the “Turkey Capital of the World.” Turkey production flourished during the 1930s, and the industry was featured with popular annual Turkey Days celebrations. Turkey production went into sharp decline following World War II, and ended completely by 1959.

The decline of the turkey industry was followed by rapid growth in the chicken egg business. Egg production, which began in the 1920s, thrived into the 1970s. In 1970, there were about 50 egg ranches in Ramona. Today, most of the chicken ranches are gone. By 2003, only four remained. A notable exception to the decline is the Pine Hills Egg Ranch, which at 1,100,000 birds is the 58th largest nationally, and the 5th largest in the state of California. The demise of the egg industry was, in part, due to population growth and increased land values. It was also caused by an outbreak of deadly exotic Newcastle’s Disease in 1971, which took three years to stem, and another outbreak in late 2002.

Dairies used to be common in Ramona, particularly along contiguous Dye Road, Ramona Street and Warnock Road. Today, one dairy remains on Dye Road, and one on Warnock.

Notable among current agricultural pursuits in Ramona is rapidly growing wine grape production. The 89,000-acre (360 km2) Ramona Valley American Viticultural Area surrounds the town. An aerial photograph depicting the Ramona Valley Viticultural Area may be viewed at the Ramona Valley Vineyard Association’s website.

Although the cost of imported water has been a negative issue in recent years, avocado and citrus orchards are also prominent.

Perhaps Ramona’s greatest recent claim to fame comes from Thoroughbred horse breeding. The Golden Eagle Farm in eastern Ramona’s Ballena Valley was the home of Best Pal, the second-place finisher of the 1991 Kentucky Derby. No California bred race horse has earned more than the US$5.6 million in purses he won. Best Pal is buried on the Golden Eagle Farm.

Government Local

As an unincorporated town, Ramona’s plenary local governing body is the San Diego County Board of Supervisors. However, many governmental functions operate at the local level in Ramona.

The Ramona Municipal Water District (RMWD) is Ramona’s local agency (within its boundaries) for water and sewer service, fire protection, paramedic services, and parks. The RMWD contracts with the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection to operate the Ramona Fire Department.[ The RMWD is governed by a five-member elected board of directors.

In the area of Ramona outside and east of the Ramona Municipal Water District, fire protection and paramedic service is provided by the InterMountain Fire-Rescue Department. It operates as a California 501c(3) non-profit corporation, and up to 9 people sit on its board of directors.[18] Portions of Ramona, notably the Barona Mesa area adjacent to San Diego Country Estates, are under the jurisdiction of the San Diego Rural Fire Protection District (View its District map).

With one exception, public schools in Ramona are operated by the Ramona Unified School District, which is governed by an elected five-person board of trustees. The exception was Sun Valley Charter High School. Although its charter was approved by the RUSD, it was governed by its own board. The charter school failed after a few years from a decline in the number of students and political friction from the RUSD.

The Nuevo Gardens Memorial Cemetery is a public cemetery located at 532 Ash Street, Ramona, CA 92065, and governed by a three-person Board of Trustees, who are appointed by the San Diego County Board of Supervisors.[21]

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