The City of Paramount was awarded the Silver-Level Sustainability Best Practices Beacon Spotlight Award at the League of California Cities Annual Conference and Expo on Thursday, September 13, 2018. The Beacon Program provides a framework for local governments to share best practices that create healthier, more vibrant and sustainable communities. The program honors voluntary efforts […]
The City of Paramount has been closely tracking a handful of rules relevant to addressing and lowering hexavalent chromium emissions. Rules 1426, 1469, and 1480 are in the process of being updated and amended to ensure best overall community health.
Paramount has been awarded a Local Government Partnership Program Grant from the MSRC to install four electric vehicle charging stations in the City.
The City has formed a partnership with GRID Alternatives, a non-profit organization that provides free home solar service to income-qualifying residents.
The program is designed to aid residents in buying “True HEPA” indoor air purifiers or HVAC filters. Rebates are issued on a first-come, first served basis.
SCAQMD today ordered Anaplex Corporation to temporarily curtail all operations and processes emitting hexavalent chromium.
During a Special Meeting on June 27, 2018, the Planning Commission approved the Air Quality Sub Committee’s proposed zoning changes. City Council will begin final review of the amendments on Tuesday, August 7 at 6 pm.
During a Town Hall meeting in Paramount held by SCAQMD in June, residents requested clarification for submitting air quality complaints to the SCAQMD.
During its July 17 meeting, the City of Paramount proposed a new citywide program to assist Paramount residents with obtaining air purifier filtration units or HVAC filters for their home.
Paramount was one of 11 cities in California to participate in CIRCLE 2.0.