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The 2019 Super Bloom is coming to an end as the poppies have substantially diminished in the last couple of weeks, This Super Bloom has been unlike anything the City has ever experienced and demonstrated the extreme beauty of the City. We would like to thank our residents and visitors for their patience and understanding the last several weeks. Moving forward, the City will continue to monitor this area, but no additional measures are planned at this time. Walker Canyon Trail is still open. Shuttle services will no longer be offered. Find out more at www.lake-elsinore.org/SuperBloom or check the City's social media feeds.

Citizen Corps Seeks Volunteers

"Experts say it is only a matter of time before our valley is shaken by a massive earthquake, seriously flooded or surrounded by wildfire." Smoke filled sky during wildfires of October 2007

Because the risk of a disaster is real, a permanent Citizen Corps program can improve the chances of an orderly recovery following disasters of all kinds. See FAQs for information.

The Lake Elsinore Citizen Corps program is outlined in the Citizen Corps Framework (PDF 1.38MB), which was approved by the Public Safety Advisory Commission and the City Council in 2008, and adds a new disaster volunteer element to the City's Emergency Preparedness Plan.

  • Adult Application  (18 and over)
  • Youth Application  (under 18)

If you live or work in the City and want to get involved in the Citizen Corps, please complete and submit a Volunteer Application above. Thank you for your interest!

Contact Information
If you have questions about the Lake Elsinore Citizen Corps, please contact Rick DeSantiago, Emergency Services Coordinator at (951) 674-5170.

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