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Evacuation Plan Information For Paradise Residents

Are you prepared for a potential evacuation? Even though we’re nearing the fall season, it will be some time before temperatures drop significantly and the rainy winter weather sets in. This makes it an ideal moment to go over evacuation procedures, ensuring you’re well prepared for any emergency. Below are steps to help you prepare: […]

Rock Painting: August ToP POP Recap

Everyone agrees that rocks rock. But did you know painting them does, too? Approximately 100 people participated in the “Rock Painting” ToP POP event on August 12, hosted by the Town of Paradise and Paradise Art Center. As part of Paradise Recreation and Park District’s 75th Anniversary Celebration, the rock painting table was a fun […]

Meet Jeremy Vesely: Paradise Landscape Photographer

If you’ve been to Gold Nugget Days, Johnny Appleseed Days, or any other community events in town, there’s a good chance you’ve stopped by Jeremy Vesely’s booth. And for good reason: his photographs make it hard for anybody to pass by without stopping for a second—or third—look. Jeremy Vesely Photography, born in earnest after the […]

Just Keep Swimming: July ToP POP Recap

What better way to beat the July heat than a day at the pool? Paradise residents did just that during July’s ToP POP event: a “Free Community Swim Day” at the PRPD Aquatic Park swimming pool. Over 90 community members splashed the afternoon away at the pop-up! ToP POP events are part of a free […]

Summer Wildfire Safety Tips: How to Help Protect Your Home

Summer marks the beginning of peak wildfire season. Vegetation dries out under the hot sun and, without much rain, becomes more susceptible to fire. And, as we all know, the early fall months of October and November often bring winds that can spread a small spark. So, what can you do now to help protect […]

Have you ordered from a Paradise Food Truck yet?

It’s 12 p.m. on a warm Saturday, and suddenly the lunch craving hits. Where can you grab something quick and easy, but still delicious? From one of Paradise’s many food trucks, of course! Food trucks are an integral part of our community and have been especially important to Paradise residents while restaurants were recovering from […]


Go Bag Giveaway with “Prepared Paradise” Evacuation Event On June 15, residents headed to Paradise Community Park for June’s TOP POP event, a Go Bag giveaway in conjunction with the “Prepared Paradise” emergency evacuation event. At the pop-up, residents were offered free Go Bags from Be Ready, Butte! Along with important information about emergency preparedness, […]

Paradise Early Warning Sirens (EWS): Everything You Should Know

We have exciting news: the Paradise Early Warning Sirens (EWS) are here! The Early Warning Sirens are part of a project identified by residents as a top priority in the Town’s Long Term Recovery Plan, to better prepare the community in case of an emergency. There will be a total of 21 siren towers located […]

Paradise’s Downtown Project is Now Complete!

Come Visit Paradise’s New Downtown Area Downtown Paradise has experienced a noticeable transformation due to the revitalization of the downtown area. Officially known as the “Almond Street / Gap Closure Projects,” this project was intended to fill the “gaps” in the downtown area of Paradise’s infrastructure. Construction began in 2021, with the goal of creating […]

Make it Paradise Newsletter

This newsletter is designed to keep you informed of the ongoing recovery efforts as we rebuild Paradise.  Each week you will receive a newsletter with events, current numbers (building permits, etc.), current topics and a weekly Q&A.

Occasionally, we may send out an extra newsletter pertaining to an upcoming event or important information.