Town of Paradise

  folder Click here to view Ordinance 588  - An Urgency Ordinance of the Town of Paradise Establishing the Requirments of a Mandatory Hazard Tree Removal Program.
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.
NEWS RELEASE

Burn Permits will be available for sale Friday Nov 29th, 2019

For more burn permit information please contact:

The Paradise Fire Department @ 872-6264, option 1 (automated recording). 767 Birch Street, Paradise, CA 95969
  BURN PERIOD NOVEMBER 29, 2019 THROUGH MAY 31, 2020

With the recent rainfall, the wildfire risk has significantly diminished. To assist property owners with removal of vegetation waste created by the Camp Fire the Fire Chief is allowing burning from Nov 29th 2019 through May 31st, 2020 with a valid permit and has suspended the East/West restriction. In the absence of continued rain through the late winter/early spring, the Fire Chief may suspend burning prior to May 31st. The determination of whether to suspend burning will be made by the Fire Chief based on the fire risk. Please call the Paradise Burn Information line at (530) 872-6264 x 1 to check the status of burning after Nov 29th, 2019

WHO CAN BURN/HOW TO OBTAIN A PERMIT:

  • Residential burning is permitted only with a valid burn permit. Permits issued in 2019 are valid until December 31st, 2019. January 1st, 2020 new permits are required.
  • Permits are available on-line at the following link: Town of Paradise Burn Permits or in person at the Paradise Fire Department located at 767 Birch St. Paradise, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to noon. ($25 cash or check).
  • Fuel Reduction Permits can be obtained in person at the same location above.

WHEN YOU CAN BURN:

  • Only on days approved by the Butte County Air Quality Management District (BCAQMD). Prior to burning please call BCAQMD at 332-9407 for daily burn status, listen to option 2 for information specific to Paradise.
  • Nov 29th, 2019 through May 31, 2020: On permissive burn days approved by BCAQMD. The alternating East and West Zones restriction has been temporarily suspended. Burning will be allowed throughout the Town on permissible burn days. Poor air quality may require the East and West Zones restriction to be re-implemented.
  • 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
  • Burning may be suspended during periods of strong wind. Any suspension or restrictions will be reflected in the BCAQMD daily burn status.

 


Town of Paradise Weekly Recovery Update 
December 11, 2019

Meetings:

 

Wed. Dec. 18th 6:30-9 pm                 PID Regular Meeting - PID Board Room - Location: 6332 Clark Rd Paradise, Ca

Events:

November - December                       Paradise Ice Rink Now Open! - Terry Ashe Recreation Center - Location: 6626 Skyway, Paradise

Sat. Dec. 14th 10-3 pm                       4th Annual Kids on the Ridge Christmas Party - Paradise Veterans Memorial Hall - Location: 6550 Skyway Paradise, Ca

Mon. Dec. 16th 3-5 pm                      Camp Fire Construction Connection - Paradise Lutheran Church - Location: 780 Luther Drive Paradise, Ca

Dec. 20th, 21st, & 22nd 7:15 pm       Northern Ca Ballet Presents: The Nutcracker - Paradise Performing Arts Center - Location: 777 Nunneley Rd

Thursdays  6 - 8:00 pm                       Paradise Community Dinner - 6291 Paradise Alliance Church - Location: 6491 Clark Rd                   

 Updates and Statistics:

 Water Updates:

994      Water Advisories lifted  

There are about 500 standing homes left to test, PID expects to complete testing to all standing homes by March 2020.

Building Updates:

560      Building Permit Applications Received  

402      Building Permits issued

21        Homes Rebuilt (certificate of occupancy issued) 

What’s new: 

  • Paradise Ridge has officially hit 200 businesses open. For a list of all open businesses look on www.Paradisechamber.com/events/calendar/
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  • During the Council meeting on December 10th, Council voted to elect Greg Bolin as Mayor and Michael Zuccolillo as Vice Mayor. They will serve a one year term.
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  • The Town of Paradise hired two new police officers to the force. Welcome Officers Tatom and Wood to the Paradise Police Department!
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  • The 4th Annual Kids on the Ridge Christmas Party is upon us. This Saturday, December 14th between 10 am and 3 pm the Paradise Veterans group wants to create a special day for the kids on the ridge. They have put together this magical day that will include lunch and Santa with Mrs. Claus giving out presents. There will be games and of course the bounce house to entertain the kids. This is a free event for the whole family.
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  • Paradise residents interested in seeing the documentary “All Its Name Implies,” created by one of our own — Paradise High School graduate and four-time Emmy winner Ev Durán can do so in Chico. Durán will host a premiere of his newest film at the El Rey Theater on Friday, Dec. 20.
  • Christmas Week: Closed Mon – Wed, Open Thurs – Fri.
  • Closed New Year’s Day
  • Paradise on Ice: The ice rink is now open weather permitting! The Paradise Ice Rink is an outdoor seasonal ice rink that will be open daily (weather permitting). Public Skate, Adult Skate, Lessons, Private Rentals, and Party rooms are all offered.

   Regular Hours:
○   Sunday- Thursday: 12:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.
○   Friday - 12:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m. with teen skate night at 9:00 p.m.-11:00 p.m. (additional charge)
○   Saturday - 12:00 -10:00 p.m. with skate lessons from 11:00 am to 12:00 p.m. (additional charge)

Weekly Q&A:

Q: Does the town have a time frame when they will start fixing public roads in town?

A: The Town did a study of the condition of public roads before and after debris removal for the purpose of documenting the damage done by all the heavy trucks through the debris removal process. Now that we have that information, the Town will prioritize the road repairs that are needed, and we have applied for funding to make those repairs. We do not have a time frame yet, as we have not yet received the funding for repairs. Once that funding is received, we will make a public announcement about when to expect road repairs in the Town of Paradise.

 Q: Is the water safe?

 A: Yes, the water in Paradise is safe. The source of our water (Paradise Lake), and the treatment plant were untouched by the fire. As a result, the water is clear and clean. There was some contamination in some of the distribution system (pipes), which caused testing done early on to show contamination. Paradise Irrigation District has tested and cleared 993 standing homes as of early December and has about 500 standing homes left to test. They expect to be completed with standing homes by March 2020. As for those who are rebuilding, when a building permit application is issued, the Town contacts PID to let them know we are working towards a new home. PID in turn begins their testing and clearance process to make sure that by the time the Town issues the Certificate of Occupancy, there is clean water available at the property.

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Town Hall

5555 Skyway

Paradise, CA 95969

(530) 872-6291 phone

(530) 877-5059 fax

Monday - Thursday

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