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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.

About Youth Court

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What is Youth Court

A Juvenile Intervention Program in which youth are sentenced by their peers in collaboration with adults.

The Elsinore Valley Youth Court Diversion Program is a voluntary alternative to the criminal justice system for youth offenders authorized under 626 of the Welfare and Institutions Code. Youth are referred by an officer and accompanied at all phases of the program by one or both parents.

The offender must admit guilt and take responsibility for their actions as a condition of the program. The juvenile will then participate in a formal courtroom hearing where the courtroom attorney’s will set up to examine the circumstances of the case and determine an appropriate sentence for the crime. Successful completion of the program keeps the juvenile out of the Juvenile Court System altogether with no conviction on their record, thus,

“Giving Youth A Second Chance”

Hearings are held once a month at the Cultural Center: 183 N. Main Street, Lake Elsinore. CA 95530