Town of Paradise Weekly Recovery Update 3-22-23

Paradise Early Warning System Updates: Installation Begins Today!

The Early Warning System, which consists of twenty-one towers located within the town limits, will be installed in phases starting today!

The Early Warning System is an important part of the Town’s rebuilding and another step forward in the Long Term Recovery Plan.

Visit the blog to learn more about the EWS!


2nd Annual Paradise Grazing Festival

Bring the family down to Terry Ashe Recreation Center and get up close to goats, while you enjoy live music, food, and activities! Hosted by the Butte County Fire Safe Council (BCFSC), this free community event is held to support grazing for wildfire safety March 25th from 10am- 3pm. Learn more at


Here’s your chance to find your inner peace and relaxation with GOAT YOGA! This month’s TOP POP event will take place at the Grazing Festival on March 25th. Feel free to bring your own yoga mat or towel to participate. This free event is from 10:30- 12:00pm and 1:00-3:00pm with classes being 30 minutes long. Click here for more information.

Daffodil Dance & Duets

Celebrate spring and the Town of Paradise official flower while dancing to great duets at Veterans Hall March 24th from 7pm- 10pm. There will be a fine art auction, and finger food and drinks available for purchase. To purchase tickets, or for more information visit,

Butte County Restaurant Week

Kick off the weekend eating at two great places here in town! Dulce Cocina Mexican Café and Nic’s Deli & Wine Bar. They will be having some great specials during March 24th– April 2nd. Click here to find out the specials and hours these businesses are open.

Boys and Girls Club of the North Valley host Paradise Cook- Off

Do you like tasty food? Join Sandy and Vic Makau in a 4-course cooking competition from 4pm- 7pm at Veterans Hall March 25th. The evening will include sampling 16 dishes, cash bar, live entertainment, and a raffle. To learn more and purchase tickets visit,


The Town of Paradise Commercial Sign Removal Program is funded through the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) of 2021. Grants will be awarded on a first come first serve basis, until all allocated funds have been expended. A total of $100,000 has been allocated for this program. After an application is approved, the Town will work with the business and licensed contractor to have the sign removed and will pay the contractor directly for the service. For more information and an application, visit

Burn Permits 

Fire Department staff will not be onsite to answer questions or issue burn permits during construction of Station 81. Burn permits can be purchased online and at the Town of Paradise Building Resiliency Center, located at 6295 Skyway. Purchase Online Burn Permits Here :

Paradise Traffic Control & Road Repave Map

The Town has created a google map with ongoing traffic control in Paradise and another map for road repaving.

  • Click here to view the map Paradise Traffic Control Map.
  • Click here to view the map of the Paradise Road Repave Project.

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.