Let's Talk Lake Elsinore
Lake Elsinore at Work, Seeking Your Feedback
Here in Lake Elsinore we are continually working towards maintaining the quality of life that makes Lake Elsinore a great place to live, work and play. In a Community Issues Survey conducted this year, residents told us that they are satisfied with their quality of life, but are still concerned about essential City programs such as public safety and public works services.
Residents identified local priorities that they would like the City to continue to address including:
- fixing streets and repairing potholes,
- reducing gang activity drug-related crimes,
- providing quick responses to 9-1-1 emergencies,
- addressing homelessness,
- improving fire protection and paramedic services,
- keeping public areas clean and free of graffiti, and
- providing law enforcement services including neighborhood patrols, crime prevention and investigations.
As you’ve probably seen by the road work occurring around the City, the City strives to maintain our streets and roads, but there are still many of our local streets that have not been repaired or resurfaced in 20 years due to a shortage of funding. Fixing potholes and repaving our streets was identified by residents as a top priority and we agree.
Furthermore, fast emergency response times for 9-1-1 calls are critical for saving lives, and the City seeks to ensure that we have enough law enforcement officers, firefighters and paramedics to respond quickly to 9-1-1 emergencies.
In order to expand the conversation and make sure every resident has a voice, we’ve launched Let’s Talk Lake Elsinore – a community survey to hear YOUR feedback on City service needs and priorities.
If you are part of a community group or organization that would like to receive a presentation on Let’s Talk Lake Elsinore, please reach out to the City Manager’s office at (951) 674-3124 ext. 204 or email@example.com.