Town of Paradise Weekly Update 8-30-2023

The Town and the Paradise Art Center were both happy to provide a fun family-friendly opportunity for residents. “It was a great opportunity for the community to come together and participate in such a fun, light-hearted event,” said DerryBerry. Participants took their painted rocks home to decorate houses and yards, and leftover rocks were placed around town or at the Paradise Pet Memorial at Bille Park.

Current Updates & Resources

Early Warning Siren Test Saturday September 2nd at NOON!

The Early Warning Sirens (EWS) will be tested the first Saturday of each month at 12:00pm.
Residents should expect to hear a voice command stating:
·         “This is a test of the Paradise Early Warning Sirens.” 
·         Followed by a 30-second-high low siren. 
·         “This is a test of the Paradise Early Warning Sirens.”
Once the last voice command is played that will conclude that month’s test of the EWS system. 

When the test is completed, the Town of Paradise would appreciate your feedback in the “Can you hear me?” survey:

If you no longer live or work in the town of Paradise, and would like to be removed from the Town’s CodeRED messaging, please update your CodeRED preferences at

Visit the for additional information about the Early Warning Sirens.

Paradise Depot Museum Open

The first Saturday of each month the Paradise Depot Museum is open from 12:00-4:00pm at 5570 Black Olive Drive, Paradise Community Park.

U- Pick for Pets

Presented by Noble Orchards and PASH (Paradise Animal Shelter Helpers), a  fundraiser to help people and pets on the Ridge Sunday September 3rd from 7:00am- 12:00pm at Noble Orchards, 7050 Pentz Road. RSVP required, call 530-327-4596. Proceeds go towards improvements to the Paradise Animal Shelter.

Paradise Pool is still OPEN!

Enjoy the community pool 5600 Recreation Drive until September 2nd with new aquatic hours, visit for the new times!

Building Industry Stakeholders Meeting

Please join us at 3:00pm September 6th for a review of the available floor plans and the permitting process. The ADU plans will be added to the Town’s website, under the Building and Planning webpages, in September. The ADU plans will be released at the Building Resiliency Center at 6295 Skyway. The landscape plans are already available for review and download on the Town’s website at

Supporting Maui

Support Maui community members in their time of need by visiting the county website and seeing a breakdown of organizations that are willing to help. If you are able, please review the resources provided or consider donating to some of these donor groups.

Rotary Club of Paradise Donations

Rotary International is well known for their ability to manage donations well, and the sister district in Hawaii has set up a specific fund to take donations that will support the needs of those affected by the wildfires in Maui.
Rotary Club of Paradise has been managing donations since the 2018 Camp Fire, and we know that many in our community would appreciate a safe and secure way to support those in need in Maui.
Click the link to donate-

State of Hawaii Organization of Police Officers (SHOPO) Benevolent Fund

If you would like to help the Hawaii officers and their families you can donate to the SHOPO Benevolent fund, an IRS recognized 501c3 non- profit established to assist officers and their families’ facing hardships and tragedies. To donate and to find out more information visit,

CodeRed- Sign Up/Manage/ Modify/ Unsubscribe

CodeRed is a community notification system in the event of emergency situations or critical community alerts. Examples include: evacuation notices, bio-terrorism alerts, boil water notices, and missing child reports.

To sign up, manage an existing account, modify your notification settings and contact information, or to unsubscribe, please visit CodeRed. You may also further customize the types of notifications you receive and add any additional address.


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.