The 2019 Super Bloom is coming to an end as the poppies have substantially diminished in the last couple of weeks, This Super Bloom has been unlike anything the City has ever experienced and demonstrated the extreme beauty of the City. We would like to thank our residents and visitors for their patience and understanding the last several weeks. Moving forward, the City will continue to monitor this area, but no additional measures are planned at this time. Walker Canyon Trail is still open. Shuttle services will no longer be offered. Find out more at or check the City's social media feeds.

City Council Districts

Your Neighborhood, Your Voice, Your Vote

For the first time in the 130 year history of Lake Elsinore, the At-Large system for election City Council Members has changed to a By-District system; the City Treasurer will continue to be elected At-Large.

After months of hearings and public meetings, on February 1, 2018, the Council unanimously adopted the City’s first districting map and election sequence. For the November 6, 2018, General Election, Districts 1 and 3 will be up for election, with Districts 2, 4 and 5 being held in 2020.

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Election Districts Video

District Information

Council District 1: covers the far southwest side of the City and is currently served by Council Member Tisdale.

Council District 2: overlays the north and northwest sections of the City and is currently served by Mayor Pro-Tem Manos.

Council District 3: encompasses the far eastern sector of the City and is currently served by Council Member Hickman.

Council District 4: occupies the north-central area bordering the northeastern corner of the lake and is currently served by Mayor Johnson.

Council District 5: ranges from the historic downtown zone to the area southeast of the lake and is currently served by Council Member Magee.

Interactive Map to see the districts in more detail or look up by address utilize this link.

5 District Map pdf Map of all 5 districts

District Map Flyer