Bank of Southern California 1315 Main St, Ramona, CA92065 The Bank of Southern California has locations in Carlsbad, Del Mar, San Diego and Ramona. This location offers drive-up…More banking, a walk-up ATM and standard branch services. You can speak with a teller about the checking, savings or money-market account for yourself or your business. Online banking is also available.
Cates Properties 1144 D St, Ramona, CA92065 Blanche Cates is a multistate real estate broker, specializing in Southern Oregon and Southern California properties.…More Her office is also a part of several multiple listing services allowing access to properties across the country. Cates' Southern California office is in Ramona and the Oregon office is in Grants Pass. She's been working as a real estate agent in Ramona since 1986, working mainly with backcountry accounts.
California Department of Forestry & Fire Protection 829 San Vicente Rd, Ramona, CA92065 The Ramona Fire Department operates four substations in Ramona, under the jurisdiction of the California Department of…More Forestry & Fire Protection (CalFire): stations 80, 81, 82 and 86. Stations 80 and 81 are on San Vicente Road, station 82 is on Dye Road and station 86 is on Highway 67. CalFire also has a station of its own on Highway 67. The state agency is responsible for responding to all fires and other emergencies within Ramona. In addition to its Web site, the agency provides a blog at www.calfiresandiego.blogspot.com.
Palomar Community College 1401 Hanson Ln, Ramona, CA92065 Palomar Community College's main campus is in San Marcos. In Ramona courses are offered in classrooms in the evening at…More Ramona High School. The school serves more than 30,000 full-time and part-time students in the fall and spring semesters and 18,000 during summer. The college offers 300 associate degrees and certificate programs and it has transfer agreements with the California State University and University of California systems. It also offers noncredit enrichment classes. Half the students are age 18 through 24 and the majority of all students are employed, with many taking evening credit classes.