While the Paradise community dates back nearly 150 years, it is celebrated its 20th year as an incorporated town in 2016.
Located on Texas 114 between Bridgeport and Boyd, Paradise may be one of the smallest towns in Wise County, but it certainly has big heart.
The Paradise Historical Society has preserved the unique history of the area and holds regular meetings with presentations about local history. The society also hosts the Paradise Main Street Festival each year that includes a live auction fundraiser.
Mayor: Roy Steel
City Council Members: Robert Owensby (Mayor Pro-Tem), Amanda Black, Sandy Onks and John Ward
Fourth Monday each Month @ 6pm
218 Main Street
City Secretary: Teresa Moody
Wise County Sheriff’s Office
Phone: 940-627-5971 or call 911 for emergencies
Paradise Volunteer Fire Department
Fire Chief: John Neal
The Class 3A Paradise Independent School District has four campuses – elementary, intermediate, junior high and high school.
Superintendent: Mac Edwards
School Board Members: Homer Mundy, Shannon Caddell, Kevin Howerton, Rusty Ford, Jody Yates, Ronnie Pewitt and Ben Sanders.
Administration Office, 338 Schoolhouse Road
Paradise High School
Paradise Junior High School
Paradise Intermediate School
Paradise Elementary School