Last Chance to Enroll in Government Hazard Tree Removal Program


We are passing along this message at the request of Town of Paradise Disaster Recovery Director, Katie Simmons:

Good afternoon –

I am reaching out with a message I hope you will consider passing along to your members or clients who own or are buying/selling/developing property in Paradise. The Government Hazard Tree Removal Program – the last major debris/fuels removal program the Town will operate following the Camp Fire – is ending soon. We are still accepting ROEs into the program for a very limited time to help cover the costs of tree removal. After the program ends, the Town will begin abatement proceedings which will be very expensive for property owners and will likely place a lien on properties, making them difficult to sell or develop.

We are here to help!

Please have your members and/or their clients reach out to us directly at:

Tree Advocates
530.872.6291 x 162 and x 163
Tree Window @ Town Hall, 5555 Skyway, Paradise (open M-Th, 8am – 5pm)

Brian Solecki on our staff can also be reached at

Thank you for helping us get this message to everyone working directly with property owners. In the future, we may have additional funding or programs to assist with tree removal, but they will be smaller in nature and more targeted to trees that are distant from the roadway.

Let me know if you have any questions and thank you for all you do to support the Town’s recovery!

Katie Simmons
Disaster Recovery Director
Town of Paradise | 530-872-6291 x153

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