Paradise, Town of

TOWN OF PARADISE WEBSITE (LINK HERE)

Try THIS LINK for answers to common questions.  It’s a great link!

CITY COUNCIL (LINK HERE)
(CLICK HERE) for agendas and minutes.

Learn more about your council members and participate in public comment at Town Hall meetings, if you wish to participate in public policy.

Meetings occur every 2nd Tuesday of the month. Normally, Council meetings begin at 6:00 p.m. in the City Council Chamber, 5555 Skyway, Paradise.

EMERGENCY DWELLING POLICY

  • When debris and cleared and you have a certification of completion you can move back to the lot.  You can check your status by (CLICKING HERE)
  • The latest emergency ordinance was signed on May 23, 2019. (CLICK HERE) for the link to that document.  I have not read it.
  • Transitory use of Temp Dwellings without Utilities expires on Nov. 23rd.  Until then you can use a generator
  • Temp Dwellings with Utilities expires on December 31, 2020.  The ordinance will require you to have a building permit on file after.
  • Furthermore, unless you have an RV or a building on the lot, you cannot get a power pole, unless you have filed a building permit for construction power.

BUILDING AND PLANNING DEPARTMENT

Town hall is open Monday thru Thursday, 8-5 and the planning and building department is open Monday thru Friday, 8-5.  (Entrance is at the back of the building.)

Phone: (530) 872-6291

PLANNING DEPARTMENT (LINK HERE)

Land use and the environment are two of many key functions of a city. How a city uses its land and protects its environment defines its character and and protecting its resources. Planning is also responsible for ensuring that new development conforms to the community’s General Plan, the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), and local zoning regulations.

BUILDING DEPARTMENT (LINK HERE)

The Building Division is responsible for activities related to the construction, remodeling, and demolition of buildings and structures. By reviewing building permit applications, issuing building and related permits, checking plans, and inspecting buildings and properties to ensure compliance with applicable codes and ordinances.

This is a link to project types that do not require a building permit.

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