Work to Begin on Emergency Warning System for Paradise This Summer
An Emergency Warning System is one of the most important priorities for safety, and as such has been a key project since immediately after the fire. In early April 2022, FEMA granted funding for the construction of the first comprehensive Emergency Warning System (EWS) for the Town of Paradise. In May 2022, the Town will open another RFP to find the right contractor to build the EWS. Work on the system is expected to begin this summer.
Learn more about the project, what it will include, and the timeline on the blog.
Long Term Community Recovery Plan Community Meetings
Mark your calendars: Next week, there will be two meetings to gather community input on the update to the Long Term Community Recovery Plan:
- Wednesday, April 27 — Virtual Community Meeting
- Questions about rebuilding progress and future priorities? In this meeting, we’ll discuss survey results and the recovery focus moving forward. Please participate — we need to hear from you!
- 6:00 p.m.-7:30 p.m.
- Thursday, April 28 — In-Person Open House
- The Town of Paradise will be hosting an in-person open house meeting at the Paradise Alliance Church gymnasium. Come prepared to indicate your preference for new recovery projects (taken from survey results) and add your ideas to the mix!
- 6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.
- Location: Paradise Alliance Church, 6491 Clark Rd, Paradise, CA 95969
To see the current plan, visit the Make It Paradise website.
In-Person Community Information Meeting, May 3
Questions about rebuilding? Wondering where to find house plans, insurance, or grants? The Town of Paradise will be hosting a Housing Expo at our next Community Information on May 3rd from 6 p.m.-8 p.m. at the Paradise Alliance Church. Come prepared with your questions and to hear helpful information from a variety of building and housing experts. Following the presentation, there will be booths with housing resources, contractors, and other building information.
Paradise Traffic Control for Week of 4/18/22-4/23/22
This map is intended to show planned traffic control for the week of April 18-23, 2022 and may not be fully comprehensive.