Support the Bylaw Amendment, Candidate To Protect Our Rural Ranch

Please support the Bylaw amendment and a recommendation for Board candidate.

RSF Post Celebrates Its five-Year Anniversary!

We celebrate our five year anniversary with an interview with the site's founder.

Elect A RSFA Member Who Will Represent Us All

Lisa tees off on the Golf Club finances and endorses Bill Strong for RSFA Board.

Roger Rowe: Digging Into The Numbers

Roger Rowe continues to be an excellent school.

Goodbye Roger Rowe: A Farewell Letter to What Once Was

Some thoughts from Stacey Harris.

Back at the Ranch: Vote For the Candidate, Not the Party

Jane gives her thoughts on the upcoming Board election and the issues.

Please Vote YES on the Ballot’s Bylaw Amendment!

A belts and suspenders anti-densification bylaw amendment is on the ballot. Please vote yes.

A Pinker Roger Rowe

A note of appreciation for Kim Pinkerton.

Water News: Former Gov. Brown, the DSOD, Lake Hodges, and YOU

At the stroke of the pen, Lake Hodges water capacity has been reduced by 60%. Read on to see what this means for you.

School Budget Cuts Symptomatic of Lack of Basic Services

Declining school enrollment begs the question: why is it declining?

Annual General Meeting Recap

Phil recaps the Association General Meeting.

Fiber Update From General Meeting

Summary of the RSF Connect update the Board and Race gave us at the General Meeting last night.

Resources

How to use our Riding Trails

We can all enjoy our trail system: here's how to do it safely.

Reporters Wanted

Want to give back to the community and like talking to people?

Water News: Signing up for the AMI Water Usage Portal

How to use your new fancy electronic water meter to save yourself trouble and money.

Cellular in your Home

Phil Trubey explains how you can get solid cellular service in your house, even with poor cell reception.

Undergrounding Power Poles: What’s Stopping You?

You can take matters into your own hands and underground your own power poles.