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The Town would like to thank the following volunteers for assisting with the re-building of the loading platform at the Depot building, located in the Paradise Community Park: Loretta Griffin with the Paradise Community Council for donating the materials and Dan Wentland, who donated the labor. We also want to recognize the following citizens for assisting with re-building the depot deck: Ben Wentland, Luke Wentland, Scott Peterson, Shawn Shingler, Dennis McSweeney, Paul Derr, Sam Dresser and Steve "Woody" Culleton.
Last Updated on Thursday, 04 April 2013 17:26
The Town of Paradise is seeking applications for its Public Safety Dispatcher position. SALARY: $2,761.44 to $3,525.60 per month, based on 40 hour work week. Must be open to shift schedule. Shift Differential pay for swing (5%) and graveyard (7.5%) shifts. May be eligible for Career/Educational incentive pay. Additional information can be found here.
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Interested persons who meet the minimum qualifications are invited to submit a completed Town of Paradise Application for Employment form, a typing certificate and current (within 30 days) DMV printout; in a sealed envelope to the following address: Town of Paradise; Human Resources Department, ATTN: Public Safety Dispatcher Testing, 5555 Skyway, Paradise, CA 95969 Telephone: (530) 872-6979. Application forms and additional information can be found under the job opportunities shortcut.
Last Updated on Thursday, 21 March 2013 17:12
Effective March 20, 2013, the Town of Paradise has reduced the regulatory speed limit along Pearson Road between Cherry Lane and Pentz Road. The speed limit has been reduced from 35 mph to 25 mph to address curve safety conditions not readily apparent to drivers. Please see attached media release for additional information.
Last Updated on Thursday, 21 March 2013 14:54
Today was the formal ribbon-cutting ceremony for the installation of solar panel arrays at Paradise Intermediate School. The installation provides the school with approximately 85% of its energy demand. This project was completed through a partnership between Paradise Unified School District and Solar City. Representatives from the School District, Solar City and the Town of Paradise were on-hand to see students formally signal the project’s completion.
Last Updated on Thursday, 21 March 2013 14:43