Would you be part of Lake Elsinore-Wildomar's Neighborhood Watch? Do you think Lake Elsinore-Wildomar needs a Neighborhood Watch program?
Councilwoman Bridgette Moore’s Facebook post is calling Lake Elsinore and Wildomar residents to attend a Neighborhood Watch meeting.
“A Neighborhood Watch Program can put the neighbor back into neighborhood by creating a sense of community,” Moore posted.
During a recent Wildomar City Council meeting, Lake Elsinore Sheriff's Station Captain Shelley Kennedy-Smith also urged citizens to turn out and learn more about the program that is designed to help keep neighborhoods safer.
The meeting will be on Wednesday, Feb. 6 at 6 p.m. at the Lake Elsinore Sheriff’s Station at 333 W. Limited St. in Lake Elsinore.
“Neighborhood Watch is the eyes and ears for the police within the community. It brings citizens and law enforcement together to reduce crime,” Moore said.