Paradise City, Texas
Paradise City is in Wise County, Texas.
Paradise residents love outside the city
limits. Flat terrain and rolling hills,
abound with native trees such as Pecan,
Cottonwood, Mesquite and Oak, surround the
city of Paradise. Four miles away from the
city is the Trinity River, which is one of
the major rivers in Texas. The city covers a
total land area of two square miles.
Paradise was Wise County’s largest city
during the 1800s. IT had two hotels, a
cotton gin and a bank.
In the 1900s, urbanization
in other cities pulled Paradise’s population
down. However, the city’s
unique peaceful and charm
continue to attract middle aged and retired
Majority of the residents are white, while
Native Americans, Hispanic and Latinos make
up a small percentage of the population. The
major industries in Paradise City include
and water and oil well
drilling. The fruit planting sector is also
a busy market since the sandy soil of
Paradise make it ideal for growing peach and
Paradise City is home to the Paradise
Independent School District, which covers
Elementary, Intermediate, Junior High and
High education. The public school is noted
for its award-winning
marching band which has
around sixty members.