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Lake Elsinore Emergency Planning Strategy

Posted by Elise on November 1, 2010

The City is doing its part to plan and prepare for disasters of all kinds

Our Emergency Planning Strategy

The City of Lake Elsinore is responsible for developing emergency plans and actions in response to actual or potential disasters which may impact our City. The City designs and conducts exercises for different scenarios and coordinates emergency training to ensure that the City is able to respond to Natural, Human Caused and Technological emergencies.

The Emergency Preparedness Plan outlines response strategies and tactics for a wide range of emergencies including: Read the rest of this entry »

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Lake Elsinore Emergency Risk Factors

Posted by Elise on October 20, 2010

CAL FIRE recently released a study showing wild land fire risk for urban communities surrounded by wild land and open space. Lake Elsinore’s risk is Very High for Read the rest of this entry »

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Lake Elsinore Shake Out Expo

Posted by Elise on October 1, 2010

A “fun”, free, public event for citizens in Lake Elsinore and surrounding communities. We will provide, through presentations and demonstrations, important knowledge of earthquake emergency preparedness. Our goal is to

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Lake Elsinore Earthquake Fault Zone

Posted by Elise on September 23, 2010

TYPE OF FAULTING: right-lateral strike-slip – ANIMATION

LENGTH: about 180 km (not including the Whittier, Chino, and Laguna Salada faults)

NEARBY COMMUNITIES: Temecula, Lake Elsinore, Julian

LAST MAJOR RUPTURE: Read the rest of this entry »

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