The 2019 Superbloom is a natural phenomenon unlike anything the City has ever experienced and demonstrates the extreme beauty of the City of Lake Elsinore. We would like to thank residents and visitors for their patience as we faced substantial challenges related to this international attraction. At this time, the City is experiencing a high call volume. Walker Canyon is currently open, however parking is very limited. Lake Street and Nichols Road are also now open. For more information, call the Superbloom Hotline at 951-471-1238 or check the City's social media feeds.

Parking Enforcement


Parking EnforcementThe Code Enforcement Division and Police Department proactively enforce parking regulations throughout the City. Violations include: parking illegally in a disabled person's parking space, displaying a vehicle for sale on public or private property, parking in the front yard, blocking the sidewalk or private driveway, parking on the street during street sweeping day, blocking a fire hydrant, parking a commercial vehicle off the truck route or in residential district, or parking in 'No Parking' zones.

Got questions about RV parking?

Download our residential parking information publication ParkSmart Brochure (PDF 285 KB), or view the Lake Elsinore Municipal Code online, section 10.12.130, Oversized vehicle parking.

Vehicles left abandoned on the public street should be reported to the Lake Elsinore Police/Sheriff's Department at PH: (951) 245-3300, or after hours at PH: (800) 950-2444.

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