Single Family Homes in Development
1,870 Building Permit Applications Received
1,281 Stick Built / 589 Manufactured
1,728 Building Permits issued
1,001 Homes Rebuilt (certificate of occupancy issued)
Multi-Family Homes in Development
355 Multi-Family Unit Applications Received
335 Multi-Family Unit Permits Issued
182 Multi-Family Unit Permits 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 x 122, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Provided by the Paradise Ridge Chamber of Commerce: Every week, we will spotlight a business in Paradise to encourage shopping locally and supporting economic recovery in Paradise – and maybe uncover a business you haven’t heard of before!
This week we’re highlighting Mountain Mike’s Pizza. Need a new go-to dining location? Mountain Mike’s Pizza is ready for you! Their menu variety is sure to please the whole family with classic and specialty pizzas, wings, salads, sides, desserts, or sandwiches. Mountain Mike’s Pizza Paradise provides superior service for dine-in, carry out, or delivery.
Host your next group event, date night, or fundraising event at Mountain Mike’s Pizza, located at 6626 Clark Road Suite K, Paradise, CA, or call (530) 872-1991 to order! See specials at www.mountainmikespizza.com.
Thinking of opening a business in Paradise? The Town of Paradise offers Business Development meetings for prospective business owners to go over the process of opening a business in Paradise. Call Susan Hartman at (530) 872-6291 x417 or email her at email@example.com to schedule an appointment.
Celebrating 1,000 Certificates of Occupancy for Single-Family Residences!
As the Town continues to rebuild, we are excited to announce 1001 single-family homes have received their certifications of occupancy! 182 multi-family homes have received their certificates of occupancy as well. This is a significant milestone in the rebuilding of Paradise.
Closes Tomorrow! Bicycling and Walking Network Survey
The last of the Town’s Transportation Master Plan community meetings covered ideas for expansion to the Town’s Walking and Bicycling Network. Share your thoughts by taking the survey!
Take the Survey: tinyurl.com/ParadiseATP
Watch the meeting here: youtu.be/pJOjYTZZCsw
For more information click here.
New Karate Dojo Now Open for Enrollment
Shotokan Karate Do training now available Monday, Wednesday, and Fridays at 6400 Skyway, Paradise, CA. Visit https://bit.ly/3BwTC9R or call (530) 693-5340 to learn more.
Liberty Tax Service Offering Tuition-Free Tax School
Liberty Tax Service in Paradise is currently accepting applications for tax school. Classes run September 6th through November 15th on Mondays and Wednesdays. Hiring possibilities after completed. Contact (530) 872-1876 or Elizabeth Adams (530) 531-5329 for more information.
Dixie Fire Update
There are still no evacuation orders or evacuation warnings for the Town of Paradise. The Town continues to monitor the Dixie Fire closely with Cal Fire and Butte County. However, it is important to be prepared and have a plan for your family, animals, and home. If you feel unsafe at any time, you should leave. Visit the CalFire/Butte County Facebook page and Butte County Sheriff Facebook page for current updates.
Hazard Tree Removal Program Update
As the Hazard Tree Removal Program winds down to a close, the Town of Paradise, CalOES, and FEMA are working together to create the next tree program that may help residents with remaining hazardous trees on their properties. To be notified when more information about this program is available, please contact the Tree Advocates at (530) 872-6291 x162 or x163 or subscribe to the newsletter found at makeitparadise.org.
New Dates! Free Residential Green Waste Disposal, September 11 & 22
How it works:
Butte County residents living in the wildland-urban interface may dispose of green waste for free on the above-designated days.
Haul and unload your green waste (no more than 3-yards per trip), to the Neal Road Recycling and Waste Facility. Bring proof of ID and residence in the Wildland Urban Interface area of Butte County.
For more information, visit buttecounty.net/publicworks.
Wildland Urban Interface map: buttecounty.opennrm.org/maps/11349
Walk & Talk on the Memorial Trail, September 2, 2021
Start your morning with gratitude, movement, and connection with a walk on the Paradise Memorial Trail. 7:30 AM – 10:00 a.m. Visit https://www.solsanctuary.org/sol-ranch/ for more information.
The Wild Women of Winedale, August 26-September 11
Theatre on the Ridge presents a new comedy as the second in its 2021 season.Running Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, August 26 through September 11, The Wild Women of Winedale is a “joyful and exuberant comedy from the authors of The Dixie Swim Club that focuses on three women at crossroads in their lives.” Tickets available at totr.org.
Jordan St. Cyr at Paradise Performing Arts Center, September 11
A free show beginning at 7 p.m. at the Paradise Performing Arts Center at 777 Nunneley Road. Paradise, CA 95969. For more information, visit Paradise Performing Arts Center Facebook page.
Big Mo and The Full Moon Band at Paradise Performing Arts Center, September 25
PPAC invites the community to gather and celebrate new beginnings in Paradise.This free event is open to the community, so mark your calendars for September 25, 2021, from 6-10 p.m. For more information, visit Paradise Performing Arts Center Facebook page.
Paradise Chocolate Fest Postponed
After careful deliberation, given increasing public health concerns and serious recent surges in reported infections of the highly contagious Delta Variant of COVID 19 in our region, Paradise Chocolate Fest organizers have postponed the event to Saturday, May 7, 2022, in Terry Ashe Park. Dates for additional Fest fundraising events include “Chocolate, Wine & Brew,” “Chocolate Chase” and “Chocolate Thunder Motorcycle Run” will be announced soon. A Grant Award will still be distributed to each of this year’s beneficiary organizations in pursuit of the mission of “Sweetening Kids’ Lives.
Save the Date! Johnny Appleseed Days Is October 2nd and 3rd
Mark your calendars for California’s oldest harvest festival, a beloved tradition since 1888! Held on Saturday & Sunday, October 2 & 3, at the Terry Ashe Park, the event will host vendors, artisans, entertainment, and more. More information on the Chamber website.
Home Builders Resource Connection Online Plan Room
The Rebuild Paradise Foundation (RPF) and Valley Contractors Exchange (VCE) have partnered to launch Home Builders Resource Connection Online Plan Room! This FREE tool is intended to connect the dots between those looking to rebuild after the devastating fires Butte County has experienced in 2018 and 2020 and contractors that can perform this work. To learn more about the Online Plan Room, please visit https://vceonline.com/HBRC/ or contact VCE at (530) 343-1981.
Shop Local Online! Paradise Ridge Marketplace Available
The Paradise Ridge Chamber of Commerce has provided the Paradise Ridge Marketplace to keep your shopping local. Purchase some of your favorite Ridge items, such as Ridge Rising apparel and other fun member products. New items are added frequently. Learn more at www.ShopParadiseRidge.com.
Funding Options for Those Rebuilding after the Camp Fire
NEW – Grants Up to $200,000 Available for those Rebuilding after the Camp Fire
The California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) recently announced the Disaster Housing Assistance Survey for survivors of the 2018 wildfire disasters is now open. Homes damaged or destroyed by the Camp Fire may be eligible for up to $200,000; and low- to moderate-income households will receive priority.
If you are a disaster survivor and wish to see if you qualify for the ReCoverCA Owner-Occupied Housing Rehabilitation and Reconstruction Program (OOR Program), start by taking the 2018 Disaster Housing Assistance survey available at https://recover.hcd.ca.gov/. If you need assistance with the survey, contact Butte County OOR Case Managers Brittney Murray or Glen Johnson at (916) 202-1764.
Up to $150,000 in low-interest, deferred Loans for homeowners (can be used even if insurance funds and/or FEMA funds have been spent)
The Town of Paradise offers deferred, low-interest loans to low and moderate income households rebuilding after the Camp Fire. For more information on eligibility and how to apply, click here or call the Town’s Housing Department at (530) 872-6291 x122. We are happy to answer any questions you might have.
Town Hall and the Building Resiliency Center Open to the Public
Town Hall and the Building Resiliency Center (BRC), both on Skyway are open to the public. Town Hall and Town Meetings are open to the public with limited seating and social distancing procedures in place. The BRC is accepting walk-ins and individuals are requested to ring the bell located by the front doors to enter. This will ensure social distancing requirements can be met.
The Town is also available by phone. Please call (530) 872-6291 for existing appointments or to schedule a new appointment.
Below are the extensions for assistance:
Business and Housing x126 or x130
Code Enforcement x110
Finance Department x121
Tree Advocates x162 or x163
Building Resiliency Center x411
General Information x101
Have questions regarding your rebuild? Rebuild Advocates are here to help!
If you need help navigating the rebuild process, the Town of Paradise has Rebuild Advocates available to assist. They can help with the following: Navigating insurance, FEMA or SBA, understanding additional financing options, selecting a contractor, submitting plants, or any part of the rebuild process. They are available at the Building Resiliency Center by appointment only. Please call 530.872.6291 x429 x430 to make an in-person (depending on COVID status) or phone appointment today!