Paradise City is divided into five boroughs. Each has its own police division and precincts. The Central Borough is the commercial heart of Paradise, while the North Borough is home to wealthy corporate neighborhoods. The Eastside, Southside, and Westside boroughs extend east from the CBD. Police presence varies by borough and location. For those looking for a safe ride, the city has two subway lines and a highline.
The city's median property value is $223,400. This is 0.929 times less than the national average. Among the residents of Paradise, CA, 68.9% are homeowners. The median income of Paradise residents is $223,400. About 65% of the population is employed, making Paradise a good place to start a family. The median household owns two cars, similar to the national average.
The Downtown area is the hub of illegal activity in Paradise. Competition is fierce in this area. Rackets, businesses, and buildings define territory. Different criminal groups specialize in different businesses, while the most powerful bosses have multiple holdings and vast swaths of territory. Despite this, the culture of organized crime is modeled after that of businesses and run just like a business.
The town's community center is slowly rebuilding. The center is home to several shows, including the North State Ballet's "Into the Wardrobe" winter showcase, Uptown Dance, and Holiday in Paradise concerts. Although Paradise's community center has been damaged in the Camp Fire, the building and businesses survived the fire. There are some new businesses opening in the area, but many of them are displaced.