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.

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Captain Daniel Anne joined the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department in February 1996.  He attended the 132nd Basic Peace Officer’s Academy.  Captain Anne began his Sheriff’s Department career assigned to the Robert Presley Detention Center working jail operations. In May of 1998, he was transferred to the Moreno Valley Station where he completed his field training program as a Deputy Sheriff.  He continued to serve at the Moreno Valley Station in such assignments as; Patrol, School Resource Officer, and the Problem Oriented Policing Team.  

In January 2004, he was promoted to Investigator and assigned to the Lake Elsinore Station working a multitude of crimes before being transferred to the Administrative Investigations Unit.  There he investigated civil and administrative complaints as well as Officer Involved Shootings.  In Dec 2005, he was promoted to the rank of Sergeant and transferred to the Hemet Station.  As a sergeant, he was assigned patrol operations at Hemet, San Jacinto, Moreno Valley and supervised a background and recruitment team at the Sheriff's Personnel Bureau. 

Captain Anne was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant in July 2010 and had field and administrative assignments at the Lake Elsinore Station. While at the Lake Elsinore Station, he oversaw Patrol Operations, Special Teams, Detective Bureau and was the liaison to the city of Lake Elsinore acting as their Assistant Chief of Police.  In addition, Captain Anne served for over two years as one of the department’s Labor Relations Lieutenants.  In August 2013, Captain Anne was transferred to the Ben Clark Regional Training Center where he oversaw the advanced officer training unit. In September of 2014, he was selected to take command of the Riverside Cal-ID Bureau servicing all Law Enforcement agencies in Riverside County as related to biometric services and technology provided by Cal-ID. 

In January 2017, he was promoted by Sheriff Stan Sniff to the rank of Sheriff's Captain. Captain Anne is assigned the Lake Elsinore Station as the captain over the unincorporated area as well as the Chief of Police to the contract cities of Lake Elsinore and Wildomar.  

Captain Anne holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Criminal Justice from California State University Fullerton as well as a Master of Arts degree in Organizational Leadership from California Baptist University.  He holds his Basic, Intermediate, Advanced, Supervisory and Management POST certificates.  In addition, he is a 2015 graduate of the FBI's National Academy.  He and his wife Loralee reside in the city of Riverside.