Riverside County’s Public Health Department has announced they will be establishing a Drive-up COVID-19 Testing Facility at Diamond Stadium. The facility will be run and managed by Riverside County. All testing will be done by appointment only and participants will be required to stay in their vehicles at all times. More information can be found on the City’s website. For questions or concerns related to coronavirus, please call 2-1-1. For city updates and actions related to COVID-19, visit

Bicycle Registration


An LEPD approved registration service for bicycles

The City of Lake Elsinore and the Lake Elsinore Police Department encourage all City residents to register their bicycles through the National Bicycle Registry, a program of the National Council on Crime Prevention.        Locked Bicycle

How to register your bicycle
A bicycle registration is good for ten years. A one-time fee is payable online at time of registration. See the official National Bicycle Registry Web site for program details and online registration instructions.

TIP: You must enter your bicycle serial number to register. Most bike manufacturers stamp or affix a serial number on the bottom of the pedal bracket.

Reporting a lost or stolen bicycle
Once enrolled, your bicycle serial number is the key to recovering your bike if it is ever lost or stolen. Using the registry, the LEPD or any other law enforcement agency will be able to notify you if your property is recovered.

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