Lauren Gill, Town Manager, provides an update on the Camp Fire Recovery progress in Paradise.

Town of Paradise Gets Its First Recovery Report Card

In an effort and desire to have more frequent communications with the Town of Paradise, and to regularly inform the

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The Cal OES Debris Removal Operation Center (DROC) Provides Tentative Start Dates, Schedule for Debris Removal

Cal OES and CalRecycle, in coordination with local partners, will now provide tentative start dates and a tentative schedule as

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From left to right: Lauren Page, Butte County Representative for Congressman Doug LaMalfa; Greg Eaton, Interim Local Disaster Recovery Manager, Town of Paradise; Tina Walker, Cal OES Operations Branch Director; Jennifer Hogan, Cal OES Long Term Recovery Hazard Mitigation Advisor; Clara Beckett, County Commissioner Precinct 2, Bastrop County TX; Lauren Gill, Paradise Town Manager; Grace Koch, Cal OES State Director Recovery Coordinator; Kim Vann, State Director, USDA Office of Rural Development; Robert Troy, FEMA Federal Disaster Recovery Coordinator

Paradise Town Leaders Hear Lessons Learned From the Worst Wildfire in Texas History

During Labor Day weekend of 2011, three separate fires merged into one to form the Bastrop County Complex Fire approximately

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Cal Fire firefighters fill the pool at Paradise Aquatic Park.

Paradise Residents Will Soon Enjoy a Break from the Heat Thanks to Paradise Irrigation District, Cal Fire and Paradise Recreation & Parks District

The filling of the Paradise Recreation & Parks community pool in Paradise arrives just in time to beat the heat.

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State contractors remove debris caused by the Woolsey Fire from the bottom level of a multi-level property in Bell Canyon.

Wildfire Recovery Update: June 14, 2019

In Northern California, Camp Fire Debris removal operations progress as 4,622 sites have been cleared and nearly 1.5 million tons

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