About Lake Elsinore

Located in Southern California’s Riverside County, Lake Elsinore is a 51,821 person city that includes the 92530, 92531, 92532 ZIP codes.

Lake Elsinore, a city whose most popular attraction is the California League's Lake Elsinore Storm baseball club, has an average home value of $172,300.00, an average household income of $49,193.00 and households with an average of 3.40 individuals.

Due to its large geographic size (41.7 square miles) Lake Elsinore is divided into districts: Alberhill, Ballpark, Business, Countryclub Heights, East Lake, Historic, Lake Edge, Lake Elsinore Hills, Lake View, North Peak, and Riverview.

Lake Elsinore Shopping

With retail as one of the city’s top sources of income, shopping plays an important role in Lake Elsinore both for consumers and retailers. Shopping in Lake Elsinore comes in many varieties including outdoor malls, outlets, big box retailers, independent arts and antiques shops and locally owned markets.

The city is home to Lake Elsinore Outlets. One of California’s first outlet malls, Lake Elsinore Outlets is a nearly 100 store facility that includes its own car dealership. The city also offers arts and antiques shopping in its historic district.

Utility Companies Serving Lake Elsinore

Southern California Edison

SoCal Gas

CR&R Disposal

Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District

Elsinore Water District (Four Corners area, Country Club Heights)

Verizon California

Time Warner

Lake Elsinore Business Climate

Of the city’s top ten employers, seven are retail establishments including national chains like Costco, Home Depot, Target and Lowes, as well as Lake Elsinore Outlets (the city’s largest employer) and the supermarket chain, Albertsons.

The city’s minor league baseball team, the Lake Elsinore Storm, also plays a significant role in the local economy.

Lake Elsinore Government

Lake Elsinore is governed by a five member city council elected at large. The council appoints a mayor and a mayor pro temp. Incorporated as a city in 1888, Lake Elsinore is in the 37th Senate District of the state legislature, and the 66th Assembly District. Lake Elsinore is in California's 49th Congressional District.