Town of Paradise Weekly Recovery Update 5-10-23


Single-Family Homes in Development:
2835 Building Permit Applications Received
2593 Building Permits Issued
1889 Homes Rebuilt (certificate of occupancy issued)

Multi-Family Homes in Development:
705 Multi-Family Units Applied*
564 Multi-Family Units Issued
416 Multi-Family Units Rebuilt (certificate of occupancy issued)
*Each “unit” represents a home for a family in Paradise.

If you are a multi-family housing developer and wish to meet with the Town, please call Kate Anderson, Housing Program Supervisor, at (530) 872-6291 x122, or email


Paradise Rotary Club & Paradise Ridge Chamber Mixer
An evening of networking and socializing is happening this week! Thursday May 11th at the Paradise Veterans Memorial Hall (6550 Skyway), from 5-7:00pm. This is a great opportunity for local businesses and professionals to connect and build relationships while enjoying music from the Paradise Symphony Orchestra. Delicious appetizers and drinks will also be served.

Tune In: KPAY Radio with Mayor, Greg Bolin
Tune in: Town of Paradise Mayor Greg Bolin speaks with Scott Michaels about federal tax and settlement payments for Camp Fire survivors. Click here to listen.

Good Country Dinner Dance

Hosted at the First Christian Church, (5739 Pentz) May 12th from 6-8:00om is the Good Country Dinner dance. Invite friends for fellowship, food, and good music.

Bad Johnny
Jen’s Place, (7126 Skyway) is having Bad Johnny rock the house Friday May 12th from 8- midnight. Must be 21 to attend! Come dance and enjoy the night!

Chocolate Chase
Get your running shoes on and get ready for the Chocolate Chase, Saturday May 13th! Registration/bib pick up is from 7:30-8:30 at Paradise Stronger, (6848 Skyway), then the big race starts at 9:00! To find out more about the race and to register click here.

18th Annual Paradise Chocolate Fest
Come down to Terry Ashe Park, Saturday May 13th from 10:00am- 5:00pm and enjoy the Chocolate Fest. Admission is $5.00 and includes free chocolate samples, carnival games, crafts, and raffles prizes. To find out more about the event visit,

Albino Crow
Jen’s Place, (7126 Skyway) is having Albino Crow perform Saturday May 13th from 8- midnight. Must be 21 to attend! A show you don’t want to miss!

Mother’s Day Brunch
Hosted at the Elks Lodge, (1100 Elk Lane) May 14th from 11:00am- 1:00pm. Free admission for Elk Family Moms and receive a complimentary glass of champagne. If you are not a member of the Elks Lodge, you can still attend and purchase a ticket by calling Joyce at 530-566-5861.

Burn Permits
Effective Saturday April 1st, 2023, the Town of Paradise permitted burn start time changed from 8:45 am to 6:00 am. Residential and Fuel Reduction permits issued prior to April 1st, 2023, will not reflect the change in burn hours but permittees will be allowed to start burning at 6:00 am. Permits issued after April 1st, 2023, will have the updated burn hours on them. Burning needs to be completed and piles need to be completely extinguished by dusk.
Burn permits are required when burning in the Town of Paradise. Burn permits can be purchased online at or at the Building Resiliency Center, located at 6295 Skyway. All burning must be in accordance with requirements listed on burn permits. Before burning you are required to confirm burn day status with Butte County Air Quality Management District by calling (530) 332-9407 or Toll Free (855) 332-9407.

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

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.