Community Building & Networking

Please Note: All resource information has been confirmed by Butte-Glenn 2-1-1 Staff. However, resource information is subject to change based on the availability, capacity, and discretion of the resource provider. Please consider checking in with providers ahead of time to ensure availability of services.   

Nextdoor-Offering a social networking service for neighborhoods. This platform allows members to report on news and events in the”neighborhood”, and allows members to ask each other for local service-provider recommendations. Please note: posts made on the website are available only to other Nextdoor members living in the same neighborhood. To sign up for Nextdoor or for more information, please use the following link: 

Butte Fire Safe Council- North and South County Community Meetings – Butte Fire Safe Council will offer community meetings every other month in the North and South areas of Butte County. These meetings are focused on bringing community members, FireWise communities and local Fire Safe Councils together to discuss local needs, share ideas and information on fuel reductions projects. These meetings are free to attend and available to all. RSVP is encouraged. To RSVP email The structure for the first two meetings are as follows:

  • First Meeting – Meet and greet with information sharing and planning for future meetings.  Please come with ideas on topics you are interested in, how the Butte Fire Safe Council can help and what activities your group has been performing and your plans for future activities. 
  • Second Meeting – Presentations on current and future fuels reductions. Presenters will be by our major partners such as Cal Fire, Butte County Fire Safe Council (BCFSC), United States Forest Service (USFS), Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E), Department of Water Resources (DWR) and others. In addition to these presentations there will be a discussion/planning of future fuels reduction needs.

Meeting Schedule North: Northern Area Meetings – Chico Fire Training Center,1466 Humboldt Road, Chico 95928 – 6:30pm

  • July 8th
  • September 10th
  • November 12th

Meeting Schedule South: Southern Area Meetings – USFS Ranger Station, 875 Mitchell Avenue, Oroville 95965 – 6:30pm 

  • June 11th
  • August 13th
  • October 8th
  • December 10th

Camp Fire Collaborative (Previously the Camp Fire Long Term Recovery Group) Camp Fire Collaborative is a collaborative nonprofit organization composed of members from the public sector, private businesses, non-profit organizations, community groups and faith-based organizations and works closely with government agencies to identify and meet community needs throughout Camp Fire Recovery efforts. For more information, visit:

Paradise Alliance ChurchCommunity DinnerOffering a free dinner to the ridge community every Thursday night at 6pm. The Paradise Alliance Church Community Dinner is available to Camp Fire survivors and all interested individuals. Located at 6491 Clark Road, Paradise 95969. The church can be contacted by phone at 530-877-7069. 

Paradise Community Guilds– Provides support and information, including help with insurance, addressing trauma, fire-resistant building methods, community emotional support, and community building every second and fourth Monday of the month. Open to all Paradise residents impacted by the fire. Located at Lotus Guide Center, 6268 Skyway, Paradise. Hours, every second Monday at 5:15PM for a potluck, with a presentation at 6pm. Business meetings begin at 7pm. On fourth Mondays at 5PM, Paradise Community Guilds will be presenting their new film series, “Conscientious Projector.” The public is invited to both events. Questions can be directed at 530-762-1490, by email at:, or online at Located at Lotus Guide Center, 6268 Skyway, Paradise.

Camp Fire Zone Project-Zone groups have been created to help aid in the rebuilding of the ridge community. Each zone (1-14, corresponding with evacuation zones listed below) has an associated Facebook Page for the sharing of common goals, ideas, and information sharing. These groups result in a unified neighborhood voice, communicating through a Zone Captain (also listed), to get answers from the public . Individuals meet/share regularly to communicate questions, concerns, and their specific needs within their smaller community. Captains then report back to community leaders and town council with input and requests. Those within a zone that know another/family within their zone, are encouraged to reach out to link all in their zone to strengthen the community voice.