Main Street Lake Elsinore gets community-sized makeover

LAKE ELSINORE – Main Street Lake Elsinore is not what it used to be – not even what it was just a couple weeks ago.

That’s because the city’s Clean Extreme community service project on April 26 gave the historic venue a sprucing up with paint, weed trimming, flower planting, window washing, rock-spreading, trash hauling and a dose of good neighboring.

Beginning at 7 a.m. with a gathering of some 600 plus volunteers, sponsors, city staff and church leaders, work crews were organized, then embarked at 8 a.m. to tackle more than 50 pre-determined projects.

The tasks were located primarily along Main Street, but also included select assignments on Spring Street, Heald Ave., a community garden in Rosetta Canyon and mobile home parks on the west side of the lake.

One Response to "Main Street Lake Elsinore gets community-sized makeover"

  1. It won't help   May 10, 2014 at 9:29 am

    It’s a failed city with atrocious leadership. The sheriff’s deputies under Stan Sniff are violent towards the residents because they have to deal with an ingrained culture of theft, drugs and homelessness. A beautiful lake surrounded by a failed casino, trailer parks with no property value and leadership without a clue. The only beautiful property in that place is the Storm baseball field. The high school doesn’t teach and is only used for babysitting purposes.


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