Town of Paradise

The Town of Paradise invites applicants for the position of Fleet Maintenance Shop Foreman. Applications will be accepted until 5 pm on Thursday, February 21, 2019. The job flyer and application forms can be found by clicking Here.



On February 4th Ordinance No. 575 was passed and adopted by the Town Council of the Town of Paradise.
To view the ordiance click pdf here. (6.91 MB)


 

  • Council met on Feb. 4th to consider repealing ordinance 573 which allowed people to live on property before fire debris was cleared.
  • Butte County Public Health has stated that a public health emergency exists in Paradise due to the Fire.
  • FEMA and Cal OES have said that allowing people to live in a public health emergency area will jeopardize the funding which pays for the state debris removal program. Without this funding, the town will not have the resources to remove all the debris.
  • With this information, Town Council voted unanimously to repeal ordinance 573 and approved ordinance 575.
  • Ordinance 575 states that residents may not live on property where a qualifying structure (a structure over 120 sqft) has burned until that debris is removed. If the home remains standing, you may live on your property (either in your home or in an RV). Once debris is removed on your property, you may live on the property, regardless of property size.

  pdf Click here to read Ordinance 575 (180 KB) .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Within the Town, the program was run through the town EOC. Structures were evaluated by Cal OES Safety Assessment Program (SAP) evaluators. SAP provides experienced professionals who can quickly evaluate damaged structures, identifying those that are safe for occupancy to which people can return, while marking those that are unsafe or have restricted use. Placards were placed on any standing structure and each should have a placard though it's possible weather may have destroyed some of the placards. If any citizen requires verification, please contact Town Hall at (530) 872-6291.

 

The Town of Paradise Director of Emergency Services has imposed a Curfew as a result of the Camp Fire.  pdf Click here to view the signed declaration (112 KB) .

DECLARATION OF THE DIRECTOR OF EMERGENCY SERVICES OF THE
TOWN OF PARADISE IMPOSING A CURFEW AS A RESULT OF THE CAMP FIRE

WHEREAS, under authority contained in California Government Code sections 8610 and 8634 and Paradise Municipal Code Chapter 2.40, the Town Council on November 13, 2018 declared the existence of a disaster in the Town of Paradise; and,

WHEREAS, I am empowered, upon proclamation of a disaster, to make and issue regulations on matters reasonably related to the protection of life and property as affected by such disaster; and

WHEREAS, under conditions of the disaster resulting from the Camp Fire, it is deemed necessary in the interest of public safety to restrict the use of certain public areas of the Town; and

WHEREAS, life and property is deemed to be in peril and speed is of the essence.

THEREFORE, I Lauren M. Gill, as Director of Emergency Services, hereby declare that a curfew be in effect starting at November 29, 2018, and during which no person shall be upon the public street, avenue, alley, park or other public place or unimproved public realty between the hours of 8 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. within the Town of Paradise.

This curfew shall not apply to police officers, peace officers, firefighters, utilities workers or other authorized emergency personnel or civilians engaged in police or emergency work, nor shall it apply to authorized representatives of any news service, newspaper or radio or television station or network.

            NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT DECLARED that the law enforcement forces of this Town, along with the law enforcement authorities cooperating with the Town, are hereby authorized and charged, to the extent provided by law, with the responsibility of enforcing this curfew and are further authorized to arrest such persons as do not obey this curfew after due notice, oral or written, has been given to said citizen. Any violation of this declaration shall be punished as provided in Section 2.40.100 of the Paradise Municipal Code.

            BE IT FURTHER DECLARED that this regulation shall remain in effect until such time as it is terminated by the Director of Emergency Services or the Town Council of the Town of Paradise.

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