PARADISE, Calif. – The Town of Paradise held a ribbon-cutting for their new Building Resiliency Center Friday morning.
The ceremony kicked off just after 10 a.m. near Skyway and Fir Street.
Dozens of people heard speeches from different Paradise town leaders all thanking the community.
The center is a one-stop-shop for people looking to rebuild after the Camp Fire.
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Back in October, the Butte Strong Fund grant selection committee approved over $300,000 to help the town of Paradise open the center.
Town Manager, Lauren Gill told Action News Now that some more resources are on the horizon.
“I’m hearing that we’ll also have an ROE representative here in the brick, so people can sign their right of entry forms to have their hazardous trees removed,” Gill said.
A spokesperson with Congressman Doug LaMalfa presented town leaders with special congressional recognition for the building.