Town of Paradise Weekly Recovery Update 5-18-22

RECOVERY STORY

It’s an exciting time in Paradise: construction on Hope Plaza has begun! On Tuesday, May 17th, community members gathered for a short presentation to kick off the build. This memorial will have a deeper meaning for folks in Paradise, as it commemorates those who were impacted by the 2018 Camp Fire. Read the entire story on the blog.


UPDATES

Northern California Ballet Spring Performance, May 21

Bring the family to see the magnificent Northern California Ballet Spring Performance of Dracula. Taking place on Friday, May 20 at 7:15 p.m. and Saturday, May 21 at 2:15 p.m. and 7:15 p.m. at the Paradise Performing Arts Center. Tickets cost $20 for the premium reservation, $15 for adult general admission, and $12 for children under 16 years old. For more information and ticket sales click here.

Memorial Day Remembrance, May 30 

You’re invited to a Memorial Day Remembrance event at the Paradise Veterans Memorial Hall on May 30th. The event will start at 11:30 a.m. There will be patriotic songs and speeches by Paradise Mayor Steve Crowder and Butte County Supervisor Doug Teeter followed by our own Paradise Honor Guard raising our country’s flag to full staff as our National Anthem is sung. This will be followed by a 3 Volley Salute to the dead and TAPS.

KPAY Radio Segment with Town of Paradise

Tune in: Council Member Woody Culleton speaks with KPAY host Scott Michaels about rebuilding updates and events happening around Paradise. Estimated listening time: 6 min. Click here to listen. 


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.