The COVID-19 situation is changing regularly. The City is fully engaged and we are making critical decisions based on the guidance of County, State and Federal Public Health Officials to best protect the health and safety of our community. City Hall is currently closed to the public. However, we continue to provide all of the essential services our community counts on. For the latest updates, event cancellations, and closures, visit our web page. Please stay informed, follow public health orders, and do whatever you can to stay home so we can get through this, together, and start our recovery. Thank you for your support during this during this rapidly evolving, unprecedented time.



Habitat for Humanity: Jean Hayman House

New Home Dedication Ceremony

Post Date:02/18/2020 5:25 PM

Habitat for Humanity Inland Valley has completed the construction of a replica of the historic Jean Hayman house. The house will be given to a well-deserving Lake Elsinore family, the Barringer Family. This project was made possible as a collaborative effort with Habitat for Humanity, the City of Lake Elsinore, Riverside County, Lake Elsinore Historical Society, and the Kumar Family. 

Deserving, single mother, Rita Barringer and her four sons will be the recipients of the home and there will be a New Home Dedication Ceremony on Saturday, February 22, 2020 at 10 a.m. located at 310 E. Pottery Street. 

The replica of the historic Jean Hayman house will consist of 3-bedrooms, 2-bathrooms. Construction for this home included the "Women's Build," which consisted of more than 40 women from across the region who joined forces for one day to work on this home. The Barringer Family also helped build this home.

History behind the Jean Hayman Home

Jean Hayman was a beloved school teacher and member of the Lake Elsinore Community. Building this home in replication of the original Jean Hayman house would be honoring a very beloved and important teacher and leader in Lake Elsinore's history. 

The Barringer Family 



Return to full list >>