WWZ - Years 1 to 10
Location - Paris, France
During the initial outbreak periods in the early years of WWZ, many people fought hard to escape the cities and flee into the countryside for safety. Very little decided to bunker down and defend themselves near cities or towns, and Paris was no exception.
Due to it shutting down very early during the first cases in France, Disneyland Paris was turned into a refugee camp for those trying to escape the cities in the very first few months of the war. As time and realisation set in that the undead were here to stay, refugees in the theme parks main town turned it into a fully working, operational and functional place to house the community within. With it's high walls, large hotel complex, operational railroad system, retail units and gardens, it became one of the most perfect utopias to exist during the war.
Its retail units were refitted for purpose within the theme parks large walls as places to store medicine, food, weapons and other survival utilities. The railroad system was used to transport stripped parts from theme park rides that could be used to reinforce the walls and utilised in other areas of the town. City hall became the communities main meeting point for discussion and meetings with community leaders and it's people. Liberty court was held as a place of laying rules and laws within the town, with it's own law enforcement made of ex millitary and police survivors. Restaurants were used to cook food while neighbouring green sites were turned into farm land to grow crops.
The entire town served as a fully functional community with electricity running from salvaged solar panels, running water and an in house community council, law enforcement and employment system (every refugee in the camp had their own roles and responsibilities to keep it maintained and in working order) for the entire 10 year war.