Town of Paradise

To view a summary of council action at the June 11, 2019 Council Meeting, concerning potential building requirements, click pdf here. (436 KB)
pdf Click here (255 KB) to see the Voter Registration Fact Sheet for those affected by the Camp Fire.
Candace J Grubbs, Butte County Clerk-Recorder/Registrar of Voters wants to help voters who have been impacted by the Camp Fire understand how to update your Voter Registration record.

When voting, your residence address determines the contests that appear on your official ballot.  Your mailing address is where we mail your voting materials, which is important because election mail cannot be forwarded to you, it is returned back to the County.  You may only be legally registered in one county.  See the attached fact sheet for more information.

Our regular hours are Monday thru Thursday from 8 am to 5 pm. To better serve our citizens who are rebuilding, the Building Department will be the only department open on Friday for permits and inspections from 8 am to 5 pm.


Town of Paradise Weekly Recovery Update 
August 21, 2019

Events:  

Thursdays  6 - 8:00pm                       Paradise Community Dinner - Paradise Alliance Church - Location: 6491 Clark Rd

Wed. Aug. 28th 5:30-7:30pm               Paradise Recreation and Park District Grand Re-Opening - Location: 6626 Skyway

Fri. Aug. 30th 3-5pm                            Valley Contractors Exchange Builders Forum - Location: Butte College Skyway Center 2480 Notre Dame Blvd., Room 139 Chico.
RSVP (530) 343-1981                      

Tues. Sept. 3rd 6 pm`                         Paradise Community Information Meeting - Paradise Alliance Church - Location: 6491 Clark Rd

Tues. Sept. 10th 6-10:00pm               Paradise Town Council Meeting - Location: Townhall - 5555 Skyway

10,016             Properties cleared of debris
5,393               Properties certified clean by County
172                  Building permits issued
89                    Applications in plan check
261                  Applications received total 
2                      Homes rebuilt (Certificate of Occupancy issued)

What’s new: 

  • The Town of Paradise hired a new Disaster Recovery Manager, Laura Page. We are so excited for her to take on this new position.
  • The Butte Strong Fund announced on Monday morning that on Friday its grant committee awarded 17 grants totaling more than $800,000 for Camp Fire recovery efforts.
  • Butte County will open a satellite building permit center at the Paradise Library on Clark Rd. Days/Hours of operation will be M, T, Th from 9 am to 3:30 pm. This center will be for residents whose property is outside of Paradise Town Limits to get building permits and information without having to travel to the Oroville Office. They held a small Ribbon Cutting ceremony and Open House on Tuesday, August 20th.
  • Valley Contractors Exchange is holding a Builders and Building Officials Forum on Aug. 30th, 3-5 pm at the Butte College Skyway Center. Building Staff from the Town of Paradise will be on hand to answer questions. RSVP for this free event at (530) 343-1981.
  • Paradise Community Dinners are held every Thursday at the Paradise Alliance Church, 6491 Clark Rd. Dinner is free and open to anyone. Come and share a meal with your community.  
  • Weekly Q&A:
  • Q: What is the process for water flow reports for mandated residential fire sprinkler systems?:
  • A:  This is the process for fire flows for rebuilding in the Town of Paradise:
  •              Residential Site-Built Rebuilds 
  • Applicants will submit directly to PID on PID’s own application form and pay the adopted PID fire flow fees.

Manufactured Home Installations/Replacements:

  • Applicants will submit to Fire Station 81 on the standard fire flow form and pay the adopted fire flow fees;
  • Upon completion, FD will continue to email a copy of the fire flow to town hall staff.
    • If fire sprinklers are required (because of flow or distance), the applicant(s) will need to make a subsequent submittal to PID for their fire flow to size the sprinklers.

New Construction on Unaffected Vacant Lots:

  • Applicants will submit to both Fire Station 81 and PID on their respective application forms and pay the adopted fire flow fees to each agency.

Q: Is there a way to report open spaces that residents feel need maintenance?

A: Paradise residents can report properties that need fuel reduction to the Town’s Code Enforcement Officer through TOP Access. You can get the app through Google Play or the App Store, or you can access it online here: http://www.townofparadise.com/index.php/topaccess. Residents can also report by phone at (530) 872-6291 x124.

Q: What’s going on with standing burnt trees?

A:   Trees remain a top priority for the Town of Paradise. For trees in the public right of way, the Town has identified about 4,000 trees that will be removed over the next 4-8 months. For trees on private property, the Town is still working with our recovery partners, Cal OES and FEMA, on a program that would help with the cost of removal. Butte County Fire Safe Council is also applying for grants that will help property owners offset the cost to remove trees on private property. As soon as these programs are confirmed, the Town will make the information about how to apply available. 

 



On May 22, 2019 Ordinance No. 578 was passed and adopted by the Town Council of the Town of Paradise.
To view the ordiance click here.


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5555 Skyway

Paradise, CA 95969

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(530) 877-5059 fax

Monday - Thursday

8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.