AlertRivCo advises residents to responsible for personal safety whenever heavy rainfall or thunderstorms are predicted over the Holy Fire burn area. Schools in the Holy burn scar area may be subject to closure or evacuation on short notice, so watch for updates. Since weather can change when rain is in the forecast, heed all evacuation warnings and orders, if issued.
The Holy Fire has scarred hillsides above several Lake Elsinore neighborhoods, increasing the risk of debris flows to homes and schools below. LEUSD will keep you informed of potential school closures or other impacts from storms this season. For the latest information about the Holy burn area and related conditions visit RivCoReady.org/StormReady.
No active school closures in the Holy burn scar area; all LEUSD schools open unless otherwise stated.
(revised 1/17/2019, 5:34 p.m.)
Video recordings from the meetings below, including handouts, presentations, and guides for residents, are available online at www.RivCoReady.org/FloodReady
. Learn about debris flow hazard planning protocol, automated alerts and evacuation orders for your neighborhood. Co-hosted by County First Supervisor's Office and the City of Lake Elsinore, meetings include representatives from resource agencies, CalFire, Riverside County Sheriff's Department, Riverside County Fire, school districts, utilities representatives, and others!
- 5-NOVEMBER-2018, 6 PM, Terra Cotta Middle School Gym, 29291 Lake Street, Lake Elsinore, CA 92530
VIEW THIS RECORDED MEETING VIDEO AT LINK AT RIGHT
- 24-OCTOBER-2018, 6 PM, Luiseno School Gym, 13500 Mountain Road, Temescal Valley, CA 92883
- 10-OCTOBER-2018, 6 PM, Trilogy Lodge, 24503 Trilogy Parkway, Temescal Valley, CA 92883