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Local Hazard Mitigation Plan


The purpose of this local hazard mitigation plan is to identify the City’s hazards, review and assess past disaster occurrences, estimate the probability of future occurrences and set goals to mitigate potential risks to reduce or eliminate long-term risk to people and property from natural and man-made hazards.

 The plan was prepared pursuant to the requirements of the Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000 to achieve eligibility and potentially secure mitigation funding through Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Flood Mitigation Assistance, Pre-Disaster Mitigation, and Hazard Mitigation Grant Programs.

The City of Lake Elsinore’s continual efforts to maintain a disaster-mitigation strategy is on- going. Our goal is to develop and maintain an all-inclusive plan to include all jurisdictions, special districts, businesses and community organizations to promote consistency, continuity and unification. 

Local Hazard Mitigation Plan (519 KB)

Resolution 2018-124 - Local Hazard Mitigation Plan

Contact Information

For more information, or to submit comments and questions, please use the following contact information:

Project Coordinator:

Rick De Santiago

Public Works Superintendent

521 North Langstaff Street

Lake Elsinore, CA 92530



Other Useful Links Federal Emergency Management Agency - National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration - United States Geological Survey - National Flood Insurance Program - California Emergency Management Agency (Cal EMA)