Lake Elsinore city hall now providing virtual services to the community

LAKE ELSINORE – After the State of California issued a stay at home in response to the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic late Thursday, the city announced it would be closed to the public while still offering services online, over the phone, or by email. The city manager decided to close to City Hall on Friday, March 20, effective immediately to best protect staff and the community from unnecessary exposure to COVID-19. City staff is still working remotely, on-site, and in the field to provide all essential services. “This is an unprecedented time that is evolving and changing daily,” said Mayor Brian Tisdale. “We continue to do our part to keep up-to-date on federal, state, and local measures related to COVID-19 while still providing the services our community counts on.
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