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.
Connecting those in need to those who can give a hand up not a hand out.
The City of Lake Elsinore is currently developing a list of resources available for the those in need who are seeking to end their homelessness and/or to prevent homelessness. Listed to the right are some known available resources that are eager to help now.
Organizations and/or individuals who have the heart to serve and provide assistance will be invited to join a Community Collaborative. This collaborative is proposed to begin in late 2017 to develop a network of resources to end homelessness for those who want help.
If you serve or know of any organizations who serve those in need in our community and would like to be included in our resource list, please email the City at firstname.lastname@example.org.