BUTTE COUNTY, Calif. - Paradise Town Councilman Mike Zuccolillo provided an update on debris removal and upcoming community meetings after the Camp Fire.
Debris Removal Update
- As of June 19, 2019, there have been 5,041 properties cleared of debris.
- The county has certified 1,242 properties as "clean of debris."
- There have been 55 building permits issued
The Elk's Lodge's grand opening is on June 21 from 5 - 9 p.m.
On June 18, the Town of Paradise announced that it has accepted a mediator’s proposal of $270 million from PG&E to resolve the town’s Camp Fire claims. The Mediator’s proposal is exclusive of and does not affect the claims of any residents, individuals, or businesses.
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Upcoming Meetings & Events
There are multiple events and meetings coming up that the public can attend.
Party in the Park
- When: Wednesday, June 19 at 6 p.m.
- Where: Paradise Community Park
Paradise Town Council meeting
- When: Thursday, June 25 at 6 p.m.
- Where: Paradise Alliance Church (6491 Clark Road, Paradise)
Home Builders Resource Expo
- When: Saturday, June 29-30
- Where: Silver Dollar Fairgrounds (2357 Fair St., Chico)
Frequently Asked Questions
Question: Where can individuals and families in need find things like clothing, household goods, toiletries, food, fans, etc.?
Answer: The best place for individuals and families to get assistance is through the Disaster Case Management Services that have been set up specifically for Camp Fire Survivors. People can access this service in person at the Butte County Employment Center located at 2445 Carmichael Dr., Chico. The service is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Question: What is going to happen at the June 25 meeting?
Answer: The meeting on June 25 will be focused on the community vision for the long-term recovery. Through the visioning process that began in February, and was facilitated by the planning consultant Urban Design Associates, 40 recovery projects were identified for long term recovery.
The town council will consider the plan and give direction on whether to move forward. Right now, the plan and the projects are general in nature, with details on each project to be worked out as recovery continues. These details will be presented in public and go through a public input process before any final decisions are made.
Question: Is there any way to ensure that CC&R’s are maintained in an area where they exist?
Answer: CC&R’s are rules and guidelines that communities may choose to impose on themselves. Not all communities have CC&R’s. The Town of Paradise does not enforce CC&R’s, enforcement is usually spelled out within the CC&R document and is the responsibility of a community board or group identified through the CC&R’s.