The City of Paramount has been named a 2020 recipient of two Beacon Awards from the Institute for Local Government (ILG), a Platinum Level for Sustainability Best Practices for its ongoing environmental efforts and a Gold Level Spotlight for achieving an 18% reduction in community greenhouse gas emissions.
The City of Paramount is proud to proclaim October 7, 2020 as Clean Air Day! The proclamation was issued as a Resolution of the City Council on September 15th.
In the spirit of the recent California Clean Air Day, and the City’s commitment to air quality issues, Paramount Mayor Peggy Lemons has congratulated the Port of Long Beach Harbor Commission for adopting a Clean Truck Fund (CTF) fee.
The City of Paramount has earned Tree City USA status in 2020.
The City of Paramount is developing a Climate Action and Resilience Plan (CARP) to help understand our climate impacts and what we can do to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. We need your input to create the plan.
The California Natural Resources Agency has awarded the City of Paramount a $2.9 million grant from its Urban Greening program to build a half-mile section of the West Santa Ana Bicycle and Pedestrian Trail.
PFOS above notification level established by the California Water Board detected in water well 14 in the City of Paramount.
South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) has announced modifications to its air monitoring operations during COVID-19.
The City of Paramount has been selected, as the only City in LA County, to participate in the Institute For Local Government’s (ILG) BOOST Program.
The City of Paramount has released a video going over water quality in Paramount.