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Know the Rules Covering the Sale, Purchase and Use of Fireworks within Chandler City Limits During the Independence Day Holiday

The Chandler Fire Department (CFD) is reminding residents that while some types of fireworks are legal to sell and purchase at local businesses, the use and misuse of fireworks can lead to personal injury, injury to others, harm to pets, property dam…

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Chandler Fire Department Rated Among Nation’s Best with Upgrade to ISO Class 1

The Chandler Fire Department is among the nation’s elite, ranking in the top one percent in fire suppression capabilities with a Class 1 rating according to the leading supplier of statistical information to the fire insurance industry. The In…

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Chandler News: Chandler Diversity Office Launches Cinetime

Chandler, Ariz. – The Chandler Diversity Office, along with the City's Communications and Public Affairs Department, has partnered with the Chandler International Film Festival to debut eight independent films beginning this June, with the pote…

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Report Graffiti and Other Code Violations by Texting Chandler’s Neighborhood Services Team

Chandler Ariz. – Texting is one of the easiest and most popular methods to communicate. Now Chandler residents may report graffiti and other code violations to the City’s Neighborhood Services team by sending a text message. It’s a …

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Process Announced to Fill Vacancy on Chandler City Council

Chandler, AZ – The Chandler City Council has established the process to fill the City Council seat vacated by Vice Mayor Nora Ellen’s resignation. According to the City Charter, the Council has 30 days from the resignation to appoint a re…

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City Seeks Vendors for Ninth Annual Chandler Chuck Wagon Cook-Off at Tumbleweed Ranch on Nov.10

Chandler, AZ. – Chandler’s annual family-friendly culinary competition,the Chandler Chuck Wagon Cook-Off, is inviting vendors to participate in the 2018 event at Tumbleweed Ranch on Saturday, Nov. 10. Vendors who specialize in food and be…

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Memorial Day Service Schedule for the City of Chandler

Chandler, AZ – The City of Chandler service closures for Memorial Day on Monday, May 28, 2018, are as follows: --City administrative offices will be closed. --Trash and recycling collection will be unaffected and occur as scheduled. --Recycl…

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Chandler Fire Department Seeks Volunteers for Crisis Response Unit; Orientation Meeting June 19

Chandler, AZ – Chandler Fire Department (CFD) is seekingvolunteers to serve on the Crisis Response (CR) unit, a group of trained professionals, Masters level interns, and volunteers who support the Department’s social service efforts. Po…

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Chandler News: Anticipated vacancy on Chandler City Council

Chandler, Ariz – It is anticipated that there will be an upcoming vacancy on the Chandler City Council beginning May 30, 2018. The Council has established the process to fill a City Council vacated seat due to resignation. Per the City Charter,…

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Chandler News: WingSpan Aviation Groundbreaking at Chandler Airport

Chandler, Ariz.- A new era of aviation service will take flight May 22 as WingSpan breaks ground at Chandler Municipal Airport.WingSpan Aviation Center—Chandler offers high-end, customized hangar and office space in the heart of the East Valley…

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Chandler Firefighters Seek Volunteers to Help Walk Neighborhood on May 19, 2018 to Install Smoke Alarms and Promote Fire Prevention and Safety

On Saturday, May 19, 2018 a group of Chandler firefighters will join volunteers from the community to walk door-to-door at Kon Tiki Mobile Home Village, 555 W. Warner Road, to install free smoke alarms in homes that need them, as well as provide educ…

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Recap of the Chandler City Council Meeting on May 10

Chandler, AZ – The Chandler City Council met at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 10, and took action on 23 agenda items, including: --Adopted a final ordinance amending the City’s parking and loading regulations to provide the City with more flexibi…

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Chandler News: Chandler Seeks Donations and Sponsors For Annual Operation Back To School Event

CHANDLER, Ariz. – The City of Chandler Diversity Office, along with For Our City-Chandler and a volunteer committee, is gearing up for another Operation Back to School event on Saturday, July 21, at Chandler High School, 350 N. Arizona Ave.&nbs…

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April 12, 2018, Chandler City Council Meeting Recap

The Chandler City Council met at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 12, and took action on 42 agenda items, including: --Approved the introduction of an ordinance to amend several sections of the City Code related to Chapter 34 Public Works and Utilities Depart…

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Chandler Fire, Health And Medical Offers Free Emergency Preparedness Training To Residents April 28 And May 5, 2018

CHANDLER, Az –  The Chandler Fire, Health & Medical (CFHM) Department is offering a free training course for Chandler residents who want to learn how to take care of themselves, their family, neighborhood and the community during an em…

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Recap of March 22, 2018 Chandler City Council Meeting

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Chandler Now Accepting Applications for HOA Academy

Chandler, AZ -- Residents who are involved, or those looking to get involved with their community or homeowners association, are encouraged to apply for the City of Chandler’s Spring HOA Academy. The free classes kick off Tuesday, March 27, and…

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Chandler City Council Meeting Recap for February 22, 2018

Chandler, AZ -- The Chandler City Council met at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 22, and took action on 38 agenda items, including: • Approved the introduction of an ordinance for the rezoning, Preliminary Development Plan and Preliminary Plat for Orchard…

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Residents Encouraged to Nominate Chandler Veterans for Operation Welcome Home

Chandler, AZ -- The City of Chandler is now accepting nominations for its Operation Welcome Home ceremony that will be held in the spring. Nominated veterans should be Chandler residents and have been on active duty within the last three years or lea…

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Mayor Jay Tibshraeny Honored During Chandler Sports Hall of Fame Program

Chandler, AZ -- During this weekend’s 14th annual Chandler Sports Hall of Fame induction ceremony, Mayor Jay Tibshraeny was presented with a Special Recognition Award.Mayor Tibshraeny was honored for several reasons, including his support of th…

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Chandler Volunteers Honored During Annual Recognition Breakfast

Chandler, AZ -- Eleven individuals and one service organization were honored for their volunteer service from January to December 2017, during Chandler’s seventh annual Volunteer Recognition Breakfast.The City of Chandler joined with the nonpro…

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Recap of the Chandler City Council Meetings on February 5 and 8, 2018

CHANDLER, AZ – The Chandler City Council met at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 8, and took action on 26 agenda items, including: - Approved a resolution directing City staff to create a development agreement with Spike Lawrence for a new office, mixed-…

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Residents Invited to Participate in Chandler’s Budget Connect

Chandler, AZ -- Mayor Jay Tibshraeny and the City Council are hosting Budget Connect, an annual online forum where Chandler residents may ask questions and learn about the City’s budget and fiscal policies during a live event that will be held …

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Chandler Fire, Health and Medical Offers Free Emergency Preparedness Training to Residents in March

Chandler, AZ -- The Chandler Fire, Health & Medical (CFHM) Department is offering a free training course in March for Chandler residents who want to learn how to take care of themselves, their family, neighborhood and the community during an emer…

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Mark your calendar for the Mayor’s HOA Mini Summit

CHANDLER, Ariz. – Mayor Jay Tibshraeny invites Chandler residents living in a homeowner’s association (HOA) community to attend his HOA Mini Summit on Tuesday, Feb. 27. The Summit starts at 7 p.m. and will be held at the Tumbleweed Recrea…

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Recap of the Chandler City Council Meetings on January 22, 2018 and 25, 2018

CHANDLER, Az – The Chandler City Council met at 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 25, and took action on 60 agenda items, including: - Approved to amend the citywide fee schedule related to three new fees for the Public Works & Utilities Department, w…

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Recap of Chandler City Council Meeting January 11, 2018

CHANDLER, Az – The Chandler City Council met in regular session for the first time in 2018 at 7 p.m. Thursday, January 11, 2018 and took action on 15 agenda items, including: - Approved changes to the City Code to add a new Chapter 34, Develop…

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Chandler Offers Free Tax Preparation Beginning The First Week Of February

CHANDLER, Az – Tax season has arrived! Chandler’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program is ready to assist residents. Chandler’s Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) campaign helps working families who earned less than $54,000 i…

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Know the Rules Covering the Sale, Purchase and Use of Fireworks within Chandler City Limits

CHANDLER, Az – The Chandler Fire, Health & Medical (CFHM) Department is reminding residents that while some types of fireworks are legal to sell and purchase at local businesses, the use and misuse of fireworks can lead to personal injury, …

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Chandler Assistant Fire Chief Val Gale Selected for the 2018 Fire Service Executive Development Institute

Chandler, AZ -- Chandler Fire, Health & Medical Department Assistant Chief Val Gale has been accepted into the Fire Service Executive Development Institute (FSEDI), the International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC) recently announced. The Fire …

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Mayor Tibshraenys' Teen Leadership Academy Accepting Applications

CHANDLER, Az – Time is running out to submit your application for Mayor Jay Tibshraeny’s Teen Leadership Academy. Chandler residents who currently are enrolled in high school or a similar level home-school program are encouraged to apply.…

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Recap of the Chandler City Council Meetings on November 6 and 9, 2017

CHANDLER, Az – The Chandler City Council met at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 9, and took action on 46 agenda items, including:- Approved a professional services contact with Kitchell CEM, Inc., for the downtown Oregon Street parking structure, in an a…

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Eastbound Ocotillo Road Restricted Overnight to One Lane, from Fulton Ranch Boulevard to Arizona Avenue from November 12 - 17, 2017

Starting Sunday, Nov. 12, through Friday, Nov. 17, overnight utility work by Southwest Gas will restrict eastbound traffic on Ocotillo Road to one lane from Fulton Ranch Boulevard east to Arizona Avenue, between the hours of 8 p.m. and 5 a.m. Westbou…

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Submit Nominations for Chandlers' Annual Volunteer Recognition Awards

CHANDLER, Az – The City of Chandler, the Chandler Non-Profit Coalition and the faith-based and nonprofit group For Our City are accepting applications for the 2018 Volunteer Recognition Awards. Applications will be available online at www.chand…

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Recap of the Chandler City Council Meetings on October 17 and October 19, 2017

CHANDLER, Az – The Chandler City Council met at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 19, and took action on 66 agenda items, including:Approved the purchase of public safety communication equipment (247 portable and three mobile radios) from Motorola Solution…

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Orientation Sessions Scheduled for Organizations Applying for Human Services Funding

Chandler, AZ -- The City’s Neighborhood Resources Department will host grant orientation sessions for organizations interested in receiving FY 18/19 Human Services General Fund and Community Development Block Grants (CDBG)/Home Investment Partn…

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Spec Office Building Breaks Ground in Chandler Airpark Area

CHANDLER, Az - A new development project known as The Stearman has broken ground in the Chandler Airpark Area. Located on 4.3 acres at the northeast corner of Ryan Road and Stearman Drive, the project consists of a two-story, 65,000-square-foot, mult…

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City of Chandler Programs Recognized with Prestigious Public Relations Society of America Awards

CHANDLER, Ariz. – Two City of Chandler programs were recognized with prestigious awards from the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) Phoenix Chapter, at the organization’s annual awards event on Sept. 7, 2017.America in Times of Co…

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Recap of the Chandler City Council Meetings on Sept. 11 and 14, 2017

The Chandler City Council met at 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 14, and took action on 84 agenda items, including: - Approved a contract with Danson Construction, LLC, for construction of the Chandler Museum, in an amount not to exceed $4,309,359. The new m…

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Chandler News: Cast Your Vote for the People’s Choice Award

CHANDLER, Ariz. – The nominations are in and it’s time for Chandler residents to cast their vote for the People’s Choice Award for this year’s Neighborhood Excellence Awards. Residents may cast their online vote through Monday…

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Residents Living in Community Associations Encouraged to Participate in Neighborhood College

CHANDLER, Ariz. – As part of Mayor Jay Tibshraeny’s Listening Tour, Chandler is now offering a series of free classes to residents through its new Neighborhood College program. Residents who are involved in their community/homeowners asso…

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Chandler City Council Meetings on July 10 and July 13, 2017

CHANDLER, Ariz. – The Chandler City Council met at 7 p.m. Thursday, July 13, and took action on 37 agenda items, including:Approved the introduction of an ordinance for the rezoning and PDP of Riata, a 300-unit multi-family residential developm…

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Chandler News :Chandler Families In Need Encouraged To Attend Operationback To School Chandler

Chandler, Ariz. – Chandler families with students that are in need of school supplies are invited to participate in the fifth annual Operation Back to the School Chandler. The event is scheduled from 7-11 a.m. Saturday, July 22, at Chandler Hig…

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Nominations Being Accepted For Mayor’s Neighborhood Excellence Awards

CHANDLER, Az – The Neighborhood Programs Office, in partnership with the Chandler Police Crime Prevention Unit, encourages active block watch groups that participated in last year’s G.A.I.N. (Getting Arizona Involved in Neighborhoods) eve…

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Holiday Closures Trash Collection Schedule for Independence Day holiday

CHANDLER, Ariz. – Chandler city offices will be closed on Tuesday, July 4, 2017, in observance of Independence Day. Offices will be open on Monday, July 3, except for the City’s Passport Office. Below is a look at the City of Chandler ser…

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League of Arizona Cities and Towns Named Best Industry Trade and Professional Association at Best of the Capitol 2017 Event

CHANDLER, Ariz. – Chandler Mayor and League President Jay Tibshraeny announced that The League of Arizona Cities and Towns was named “Best Industry Trade & Professional Association” Tuesday night at The Best of the Capitol 2017 …

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Chandler News: Volunteers Needed For Operation Back To School Chandler

Chandler, Ariz. – The City’s Diversity Office and its community partners have been busy preparing for this year’s largest back-to-school donation drive, Operation Back to School Chandler, which will take place on from 7-11 a.m., Sat…

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Chandler City Council Meeting Recap of June 22, 2017

The Chandler City Council met at 7 p.m. Thursday, June 22, and took action on 47 agenda items, including:- Approved the introduction of an ordinance to change the zoning of Site 6 (Chandler 87), which is a five-acre site located at the northwest corn…

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Chandler Residents Know the Rules Covering the Sale Purchase and Use of Fireworks Within Chandler City Limits

CHANDLER, Ariz. – The Chandler Fire, Health & Medical (CFHM) Department is reminding residents that while some types of fireworks are legal to sell and purchase at local businesses, the use and misuse of fireworks can lead to personal injur…

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Chandler City Council Meeting Recap of June 8, 2017

CHANDLER, Az – The Chandler City Council met at 7 p.m. Thursday, June 8, 2017, and took action on 36 agenda items, including:- Approved an amendment to the City Code to change certain reclaimed water, wastewater and solid waste fees effective O…

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Chandler City Council To Review 2017-18 Budget And Capital Improvement Program

CHANDLER, Az – On Thursday, June 8, the City of Chandler will host a public hearing (during a regularly scheduled Council meeting) about the City’s Tentative 2017-18 Budget, the 2018-27 Capital Improvement Program (CIP), and the Property …

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Memorial Day Service Schedule for the City of Chandler

CHANDLER, Az – The City of Chandler service closures for Memorial Day on Monday, May 29, 2017, are as follows:- City administrative offices will be closed.- Trash and recycling collection will be unaffected and occur as scheduled.- Recycling-So…

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Chandler’s Passport Services Not Available on May 26 and July 3, 2017

CHANDLER, Az – The City Clerk's Office will not offer any passport services on Friday, May 26, and Monday, July 3. Staff will be in training during those two days and unable to assist customers.Residents in need of passport services may visit two o…

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Chandler City Council Meeting Recap of May 11, 2017

CHANDLER, Az – The Chandler City Council met at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 11, and took action on 17 consent agenda items, including:- Approved a final plat for a portion of the Allred business park development on approximately 30.3 acres on the southwes…

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City Of Chandler Accepting Nominations For Individuals Or Groups To Be Honored At Celebration Plaza

CHANDLER, Ariz. –  Each year, the City of Chandler inducts one or more honorees into Celebration Plaza, a monument honoring individuals and organizations who’ve made significant and enduring contributions to the community. Nominations for induct…

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Chandler Recognized as a Healthy Arizona Worksite Gold Award Recipient

The City of Chandler has been recognized as a 2017 Healthy Arizona Worksite Gold Award recipient for excellence in worksite wellness. The Healthy Arizona Worksite Award recognizes businesses that are making efforts to positively affect the health an…

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Chandler City Council Appoints Dana DeLong as New City Clerk

CHANDLER, AZ  – The Chandler City Council approved an employment contract and appointed Dana DeLong as the City Clerk at its April 27, 2017 City Council meeting."This is a critical hire for the City and its residents, and Dana will be a tremendous…

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Chandler City Council Meeting Recap March 23, 2017

CHANDLER, Ariz. – The Chandler City Council met at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 23, 2017, and took action on 32 agenda items, including:-  Awarded a construction contract to Blucor Contracting for airport storm drainage and grading improvements in amoun…

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Documentary Explores How Dick Cavett Television Show Conversations and Debates Presented Wide-Ranging Views of Vietnam War

Chandler, AZ -- A free presentation of the 2015 documentary “Dick Cavett’s Vietnam” will be shown from 1:30-3 p.m., Monday, March 27, at the Chandler Senior Center, 202 E. Boston St. Following the showing of the film, Dr. Michael Rubinoff from …

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Chandler Fire Cadet Academy Starts April 16, with a Mandatory Orientation Meeting for Candidates on March 29, 2017

Chandler Fire CadetYoung men and women ages 16 to 21 who are interested in a possible career in the fire service are invited to join the Chandler Fire Cadets, a skill development and community service program taught by Chandler Fire, Health & Med…

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Chandler Fire, Health & Medical Seeks Volunteers for a Neighborhood Walk to Promote Water Safety and Drowning Prevention

Chandler firefighters are asking residents and groups to join them on Saturday, April 8, in a door-to-door campaign through local neighborhoods to help prevent water related tragedies in the community. Now in its eighth year, the goal of the “Eye …

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Chandler Selects New Assistant City Manager

CHANDLER, Ariz. – Chandler City Manager Marsha Reed announced that Josh Wright has been hired as an Assistant City Manager. He will fill the position vacated by Reed when she was appointed to the position of City Manager in April 2016.“This is a …

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Volunteers Needed for Let’s Pull Together

CHANDLER, Ariz. – The City of Chandler is looking for volunteers to assist with its annual “Let’s Pull Together” community service events, which are held on Saturdays during the months of March and April (March 18, 25, April 1, 8). The volunt…

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Chandler City Council Meeting Recap for February 23, 2017

CHANDLER, Az – The Chandler City Council met at 7 p.m. Thursday, February 23, 2017, and took action on 32 agenda items, including:- Authorized a development agreement with 201 South, LLC, for the sale of the property at 201 S. Washington St. (forme…

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Chandler City Council Meeting Recap for February 9, 2017

Chandler, AZ -- The Chandler City Council met at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 9, and took action on 24 agenda items, including:- Unanimously authorized a development agreement with LGE Design Build to redevelop the City-owned property on the southwest corne…

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Chandler Volunteers Honored at Annual Recognition Breakfast

Chandler, AZ -- Nine individuals and one group of local leaders were honored yesterday during Chandler’s fifth annual Volunteer Recognition Breakfast.The City of Chandler joined with the Chandler Non-Profit Coalition (CNPC) and For Our City Chandle…

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Governor’s Office Of Highway Safety Grant Enables Chandler Fire, Health & Medical Department to Continue Child Car Seat Inspections and Training

Chandler, AZ -- The Governor’s Office of Highway Safety has awarded highway safety grants in the amount of $29,571 to the Chandler Fire, Health & Medical (CFHM) Department. The grants will enable the Department to continue its Child Safety Seat…

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Residents invited to Mayor Jay Tibshraeny’s Budget Connect

Chandler, AZ – Mayor Jay Tibshraeny and the City Council are hosting Budget Connect, an online forum where Chandler residents can ask questions and learn about the City’s budget and fiscal policies during a special live event that will be held fr…

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Trash and Recycling Collection Days Changing

Chandler, Ariz. - Effective Monday, March 6, Chandler will implement a new trash and recycling collection day schedule that will affect approximately 28,000 households receiving City trash and recycling collection services.  Residents affected by th…

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Environmental Art And Calendar Contest Seeks Entries

Chandler, AZ -- Fourth grade students who are home schooled or attend public, private or charter schools in Chandler are encouraged to participate in the City’s 14th Annual Environmental Art Contest. The contest asks students to draw colorful pictu…

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Four Candidates To Interview For Chandler’S Assistant City Manager Position

Four candidates will interview for the Assistant City Manager position, following a national recruitment that resulted in 174 applications. Interviews will be conducted on Feb. 9 with the following candidates:Thomas Duensing, assistant city manager f…

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Chandler Names Leah Powell as Neighborhood Resources Director

CHANDLER, AZ – Chandler City Manager Marsha Reed announced that Leah Powell has been selected as the City’s Neighborhood Resources Director.  “Leah offers the expertise and relationships to effectively lead our Neighborhood Resources Departmen…

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Chandler Unveils New Brand for North Chandler

Chandler, AZ – During his recent State of the City address, Mayor Jay Tibshraeny announced the launch of “Uptown Chandler,” a new branding initiative for one of the City’s major employment corridors. The effort is being driven by key stakehol…

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Cast Your Vote Online for ‘People’s Choice’ Volunteer Award

Chandler, AZ – Five outstanding community volunteers nominated as part of Chandler’s annual Volunteer Recognition Awards program are up for a “People’s Choice Award.” The public is invited to vote online at chandleraz.gov/volunteer100. Voti…

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Chandler firefighters Seek volunteers to Help Walk Neighborhood on February 4 to Install Smoke Alarms and Promote Fire Prevention and Safety

CHANDLER, Ariz. – On Saturday, February 4, 2017, a group of Chandler firefighters will join with volunteers from the community to walk door-to-door in local neighborhoods and install free smoke alarms in homes that need them, as well as provide edu…

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100 New U.S. Citizens to be Welcomed During Chandler Multicultural Festival

Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to be honored at ceremonyChandler, AZ -- U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and the City of Chandler will welcome 100 new U.S. citizens representing 35 countries at the 11th annual naturalization c…

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Request for Proposals Now Being Accepted for Vacant Propertyin Downtown Chandler

Chandler, Ariz. – The City of Chandler is seeking proposals from developers interested in purchasing the site known as Blue Peacock II. This vacant, City-owned property is located at 51 E. Boston St., mid-block between Arizona Avenue and Washington…

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Environmental Education Center Raises air Quality Awareness, Along with Special Flags

CHANDLER, Ariz. –  Residents driving past Chandler’s Environmental Education Center (EEC) at Veterans Oasis Park might notice green, yellow, orange or red flags flying over the park – a visual guide for those concerned about local air quality.…

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Chandler's Annual Budget, Capital Improvement Program (CIP) and Financial Policies

The City's current Annual Budget and 10-year Capital Improvement Program documents are available below, along with the Financial policies and important dates and documents regarding the annual Budget and CIP process.Chandler’s budget is a collabora…

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Chandler Fire, Health & Medical Offers Free Emergency Preparedness Training To Residents

Chandler, AZ -- The Chandler Fire, Health & Medical (CFHM) Department is offering a free training course in February for Chandler citizens who want to learn how to take care of themselves, their family, neighborhood and the community during an em…

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Former R&D Facility Being Repositioned Into Class A Office Space To Be Called The HUB

Chandler, AZ---A former research and development facility, located at 2701 E. Ryan Road in Chandler, was recently purchased by a joint venture between Walton Street Capital LLC and Clarius Partners LLC. The group paid $20 million to acquire the 74-ac…

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Chandler City Council Meeting Recap: December 8, 2016

CHANDLER, AZ---The Chandler City Council met at 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 8, 2016, and took action on 56 agenda items, including:- Authorized a development agreement with Orbital ATK for reimbursement of hiring and relocation expenses for 500 new employe…

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Chandler Seeks Sponsors for Celebration of Unity; Annual Festival Features Music, Dance, Art and More

Chandler, AZ -- Each January, the City of Chandler hosts a series of events that honor Chandler’s diverse community, the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the civil rights movement. This year’s Celebration of Unity events include a play, m…

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Governor Ducey, Mayor Tibshraeny Orbital ATK Announce Expansion of Launch Vehicles Operations in Chandler, AZ

Chandler, AZ---Arizona Governor Doug Ducey, Chandler Mayor Jay Tibshraeny and Orbital ATK, one of the world’s leading aerospace and defense technology firms, today announced the expansion of the company’s Launch Vehicles Division operations into …

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New Sister City visits Chandler for Little League Exchange Program

Chandler, Ariz. – This past August, the Chandler City Council approved a Sister Cities International program exchange with Tainan City, Taiwan. The international relationship first began two years ago when the Tainan National Little League team vis…

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VITA Volunteers Needed For Upcoming Tax Season

Chandler, AZ -- The City of Chandler’s Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) campaign, in partnership with the Internal Revenue Service’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, is in need of individuals who want to become volunteer tax prepare…

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Chandler’s Passport Services Will Have Reduced Hours for Friday, November 18, 2016

Chandler, AZ -- The City Clerk's Office will be closed the morning of Friday, Nov. 18, 2016 and re-open to serve customers from 12 noon to 4 p.m. that afternoon.Residents in need of passport services on Friday morning also have the option to visit tw…

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Chandler City Council Meeting Recap: November 10, 2016

CHANDLER, Ariz. – The Chandler City Council met at 7 p.m. Thursday, November 10, and took action on 49 agenda items, including:- Authorized a memorandum of understanding and leasing agreement between the City of Chandler and the Arizona Board of Re…

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Share Your Feedback By Taking The Annual Budget Survey

Chandler, AZ---It’s that time again! The City of Chandler is starting its budget process and encourages residents to provide their thoughts about the community and its future. Chandler residents may complete the online survey at www.chandleraz.gov/…

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Chandler Appoints New City Attorney

CHANDLER, AZ – The Chandler City Council approved an employment contract and appointed Kelly Schwab as the City Attorney at its November 7, 2016 City Council meeting."Kelly will be a tremendous asset to the City Council and to our community," Mayor…

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Support Needed For Chandler Turkey and Food Drive Collection

Chandler, AZ---The Thanksgiving Day holiday is right around the corner and local food banks are in desperate need of many holiday items for their food box distributions. Chandler residents are encouraged to support faith-based and nonprofit group For…

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Chandler’s Passport Services Not Available on November 4, 2016

Chandler, AZ -- The City Clerk's Office will not offer any passport services on Friday, Nov. 4. The Office will re-open to process passports on Monday, Nov. 7, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Residents in need of passport services may visit two other locations…

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Google’s Self-Driving Car Team Furthering Work In Valley

Chandler, AZ -- Chandler’s Economic Development Division has been working with Google to sign a lease for a 39,000 square-foot facility in west Chandler, which will serve as Google’s hub for its self-driving car project testing in the Valley.Last…

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Chandler Honored as Champion of Energy Efficiency

Chandler, Ariz. – The City of Chandler was recognized during the Salt River Project (SRP) Champions of Energy Efficiency Awards event held on Tuesday, Oct. 18. During the third annual event, SRP honored businesses for their participation in the com…

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Chandler City Hosts Inaugural Safety and Veterans Expo

Chandler, AZ -- Mark your calendar for the upcoming inaugural Safety and Veterans Expo (S.A.V.E.) hosted by Chandler Mayor Jay Tibshraeny, the Chandler Police Department, Chandler Fire, Health and Medical, and the City’s Cultural Affairs Division.T…

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Volunteers needed for For Our City Day

CHANDLER, Ariz. – Volunteers are needed Saturday, October 22, for national Make a Difference Day. On this day, the City of Chandler is partnering with several nonprofit and faith-based organizations and individuals to support residents for the sixt…

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Mayor Tibshraeny’s Teen Leadership Academy Now Accepting Applications

Chandler, AZ -- Calling all Chandler teens! Chandler residents who currently are enrolled in high school or a similar level home-school program are encouraged to apply for Mayor Jay Tibshraeny’s Teen Leadership Academy. During the five-day program,…

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Chandler Mayor’s Day of Play Turns Tumbleweed Park Into a Giant Playground for all

Come out and play with more than 65 gigantic park games, exhibits and interactive activitiesIt’s the day to play your way! On Saturday, Oct. 22, Tumbleweed Park welcomes music, art, dance and health and wellness activities to its grounds as part of…

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Arizona Avenue Speed Limit Changed in Downtown Chandler

CHANDLER, AZ – The speed limit on Arizona Avenue is now reduced from 35 mph to 30 mph between Chandler Boulevard and Frye Road in downtown Chandler.Traffic studies indicate that Arizona Avenue has seen a reduction in speeds between Chandler Bouleva…

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Arizona Avenue Speed Limit Changed in Downtown Chandler

Chandler, AZ -- The speed limit on Arizona Avenue is now reduced from 35 mph to 30 mph between Chandler Boulevard and Frye Road in downtown Chandler.Traffic studies indicate that Arizona Avenue has seen a reduction in speeds between Chandler Boulevar…

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Chandler Firefighters Seek Volunteers to Help Walk Neighborhood to Install Smoke Alarms and Promote Fire Prevention and Safety

Chandler, AZ -- On Saturday, Oct. 8, 2016, a group of Chandler firefighters will join with volunteers from the community to walk door-to-door in local neighborhoods and install free smoke alarms in homes that need them, as well as provide educational…

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Fire, Health and Medical Department to Hold Open House in South Chandler

Chandler, AZ -- The Chandler Fire, Health & Medical (CFHM) Department is holding a free open house for the public at Fire Station No. 7. The event is part of the Department’s ongoing efforts to educate residents about the services provided by C…

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Four Candidates To Interview For Chandler's Assistant City Manager

CHANDLER, AZ---Four candidates will interview for the City of Chandler Assistant City Manager position, following a national recruitment that resulted in 178 applications. Interviews will be conducted on September 12 and 13 with the following candida…

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Chandler Unofficial Election Results

Chandler, AZ---Based on unofficial election results* from Maricopa County, two candidates were elected to serve on the City Council: - Nora Ellen (incumbent), 14,508 votes, 23.61 percent - Sam Huang, 10,749 votes, 17.49 percent Council candidates Mat…

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Chandler Mayor Jay Tibshraeny Selected as President of the League of Arizona Cities and Towns

Chandler, AZ – Members of the League of Arizona Cities and Towns selected new officers and members of its governing board during the organization’s annual conference held in Scottsdale this past week. Chandler Mayor Jay Tibshraeny was selected to…

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Crowdfunding Sought For Community Demonstration Garden

Project receives helping hand from national parks group Chandler, AZ---The National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) thinks Chandler has a great idea and wants to help the City raise funds to bring it to fruition. The idea? A Demonstration Gard…

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Poll Workers Needed For Aug. 30 Primary Election

Chandler, AZ---The Maricopa County Recorder’s Office and Elections Department is in need of poll workers to staff the 700+ polling sites for the upcoming Aug. 30 Primary Election. Interested poll workers must meet the following requirements:- Be re…

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Sandbags, Sand available through Chandler Fire, Health & Medical Department

CHANDLER, AZ---The Chandler Fire, Health & Medical (CFHM) Department has sand and sandbags available to residents who may need them in preparation for potential heavy rainfall in the coming days. The sand is in the NW corner of CFHM headquarters …

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Request for Proposals Now Being Accepting for the City-Owned 'ICAN Building'

Chandler, AZ -- The City of Chandler is seeking proposals from developers interested in developing the vacant “ICAN building.” This City-owned property is located at 201 S. Washington St., on the southeast corner of Washington and Chicago streets…

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Chandler Now Accepting Applications For HOA Academy

Chandler, AZ---Residents who are involved with their community or homeowners association are encouraged to apply for the City of Chandler’s Fall HOA Academy.  Classes will be held during lunchtime hours from noon to 1:30 p.m. each Thursday afterno…

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Chandler City Council Meeting Recap on July 28, 2016

CHANDLER, AZ – The Chandler City Council met at 7 p.m. on Thursday, July 28, 2016, and took action on 67 agenda items, including:- Approved payment of the annual membership dues to Arizona Municipal Water Users Association (AMWUA) in the amount of …

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City of Chandler to host Export Training Program; Seeks Local Companies Interested In Growing Their Export Sales

Chandler, AZ---ExporTech, a nationally recognized program proven to help small- and mid-sized companies boost their exports, is coming to Chandler for the first time this fall. The program, which begins Friday, Aug. 5, is delivered by the Arizona Com…

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Four Candidates To Interview For Chandler’s Community Services Director

Four candidates will interview for the Community Services Director position to lead Chandler’s Park and Recreation divisions, following a national recruitment that resulted in 95 applications. A series of interviews will be conducted on July 13th w…

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ACPA Training Vehicle Burglary & Theft Prevention Agenda of July 26, 2016

AGENDA:8:00-9:00 Registration with Light Breakfast Provided9:00—10:00 Protecting Your Property10:00—10:30 AATTF Current Trends10:30—10:40 Break10:40—12:00 AATA, NICB VIN Check,LoJack & Vehicle Tracking12:00—1:00 Lunch on Your Own1:00—…

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Chandler Residents Save Money Using Free Prescription Discount Card

Chandler, AZ – Since its inception four years ago, Chandler residents have saved a total of $556,453 through the City’s discount prescription drug card saving program. The program was launched as part of Mayor Jay Tibshraeny’s Health Connect in…

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Chandler Fire, Health & Medical Welcomes Nine Recruit Academy Graduates Assworn Firefighters

CHANDLER, AZ – On Friday, June 24, 2016, the Chandler Fire, Health & Medical (CFHM) Department held a swearing in ceremony for nine graduates of its 2016 Fire Academy. During the ceremony, the nine received their official badges, took the oath …

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Know The Rules Covering The Sale, Purchase And Use Of Fireworks Within Chandler City Limits

CHANDLER, AZ---The Chandler Fire, Health & Medical (CFHM) Department is reminding residents that while some types of fireworks are legal to sell and purchase at local businesses, the use and misuse of fireworks can lead to personal injury, injury…

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Donations Needed For City’s Largest School Supply Drive

Chandler, AZ -- Preparation for this year’s Operation Back to School Chandler – the community’s effort to provide disadvantaged students with school supplies they’ll need for the coming school year – is in full effect. The event will be hel…

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Chandler City Council Meeting Recap for June 9, 2016

Chandler, AZ – The Chandler City Council met at 7 p.m., Thursday, June 9, 2016, and approved 29 agenda items, including:- Allocated $1.1 million in the FY 2016-17 budget to support various agencies that provide human services programs for Chandler …

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Chandler’s Free Tax Preparation Program Results Are In

CHANDLER, AZ---The results are in for Chandler’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program. This year, five tax preparation sites generated refunds of approximately $2.5 million for 1,860 low- to moderate-income residents. The sites were open …

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Chandler City Council Meeting Recap for May 26, 2016

Chandler, AZ -– The Chandler City Council met at 7 p.m. on Thursday, May 26, 2016 and took action on 28 agenda items, including:- Approved a resolution adopting the Fiscal Year (FY) 2016-17 Tentative Budget and 2017-2026 Tentative Capital Improveme…

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Chandler Names Tom Dwiggins As Fire Chief

CHANDLER, AZ---Chandler City Manager Marsha Reed announced that Tom Dwiggins has been selected as the City’s new Fire Chief, replacing Jeff Clark who retired in January.“Tom offers the expertise and relationships to effectively lead our Fire, Hea…

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City Seeks Donations And Sponsors For Operation Back To School Chandler

CHANDLER, AZ – The City of Chandler Diversity Office, along with For Our City-Chandler and a volunteer committee, is gearing up for another Operation Back to School event on Saturday, July 23, at Chandler High School. Its mission is to ensure Chand…

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Chandler Passport Office will be Closed on May 5, 2016

CHANDLER, AZ---As a reminder, the City of Chandler’s City Clerk’s Office will be closed on Thursday, May 5, for staff training. As a result, no passport services will be available for processing. The office will reopen on Friday, May 6, from 8 a.…

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Chandler Council To Review And Approve 2016-17 Budget And Capital Improvement Program

CHANDLER, AZ---The Chandler City Council will hold a series of meetings to review and adopt the City’s proposed 2016-17 budget, which begins July 1. The meetings will include discussions about the proposed budget, including projects and programs th…

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City Seeks Vendors For Seventh Annual Chandler Chuck Wagon Cook-Off At Tumbleweed Ranch on Nov. 11-12, 2016

CHANDLER, AZ---Food vendors, Western artists, and merchandise vendors are invited to participate in the City’s seventh annual Chandler Chuck Wagon Cook-off, which will be held at Tumbleweed Ranch. This family-friendly culinary competition has been …

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April 14, 2016, Chandler City Council Meeting Recap

CHANDLER, Ariz. – The Chandler City Council met at 7 p.m., Thursday, April 14, 2016, and approved 28 agenda items, including: - Approved the draft General Plan titled “Chandler General Plan 2016: a vision refined,” with minor revisions. The Gen…

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Neighborhood Excellence Award winners selected

CHANDLER, AZ – The votes are in for Mayor Jay Tibshraeny’s Neighborhood Excellence Awards. The four winners were recognized last night during the Mayor’s Listening Tour at Knox Gifted Academy. The winners are:Neighborhood Leader of the Year –…

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Chandler Names New Municipal Utilities Director

CHANDLER, AZ---Chandler Acting City Manager Marsha Reed announced that John Knudson has been selected as the City’s new Municipal Utilities Director, replacing Dave Siegel who retired in October 2015. “John offers the expertise and relationships …

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City Installs New Parking Signage In Downtown Chandler

CHANDLER, AZ---New directional signage is being placed in various locations in downtown Chandler to assist patrons in finding free parking available at three garages east of Arizona Avenue.   The three garages are located at: - Chandler City Hall, …

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Chandler City Council to Appoint Marsha Reed as City Manager

CHANDLER, AZ---Marsha Reed will be named Chandler’s City Manager, replacing Rich Dlugas who retired in June 2015. The City Council will vote on the terms of an employment contract for the appointment at its April 14 meeting, marking the completion …

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Chandler Is The First City In Arizona To Test Google’S Self-Driving Cars

CHANDLER, AZ – The City of Chandler has been selected by Google as the next testing location for its self-driving car project. Four test cars already have hit the streets of Chandler to create a detailed map of the streets as well as get more exper…

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March 31, 2016, Chandler City Council Meeting Recap

CHANDLER, Ariz. – The Chandler City Council met at 7 p.m. on Thursday, March 31, 2016, and took action on 33 agenda items, including:- Approved a preliminary development plan for a 19-acre office park on the southwest corner of Alma School and Peco…

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Chandler now accepting applications for Mayor’s Traditional Neighborhood Academy

CHANDLER, AZ – Chandler residents of non-HOA neighborhoods are encouraged to register for Mayor Jay Tibshraeny’s popular Traditional Neighborhood Academy.  The free Academy consists for four workshops beginning Thursday, April 14, and continues …

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Chandler City Hall Is On The Road With The Mayor’s Listening Tour

CHANDLER, AZ---Mayor Jay Tibshraeny hosts his popular Listening Tour at Knox Gifted Academy, 700 W. Orchid Lane. Residents are encouraged to attend the Mayor’s Listening Tour to meet the Mayor, City Councilmembers, City staff, Police and members of…

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Chandler Residents Needed To Serve On Health Care Benefitsand The Worker's Compensation And Employer Liability Trust Boards

CHANDLER, AZ – The City of Chandler is in need of applicants to be considered for service on two City boards: Health Care Benefits Trust Board and the Worker's Compensation and Employer Liability Trust Board. Residents appointed to the five-member …

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Volunteers Needed For 'Let’s Pull Together'

CHANDLER,Ariz– Looking for a way to give back and assist those in need? The City of Chandler is looking for volunteers to assist with its annual “Let’s Pull Together” community service events, which are held every Saturday during the month of…

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Chandler Fire, Health & Medical Seeks Volunteers for a Neighborhood Walk

Chandler Fire, Health & Medical seeks volunteers for a neighborhood walk event on April 2 to promote water safety and drowning prevention Chandler, AZ -- For the sixth year, Chandler firefighters are asking residents and groups to join them in a…

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Chandler Interim Fire Chief Tom Dwiggins Selected For The 2016 Fire Service Executive Development Institute

CHANDLER, AZ---Chandler Fire, Health & Medical Department Interim Fire Chief Thomas Dwiggins has been accepted into the Fire Service Executive Development Institute (FSEDI), the International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC) recently announced. …

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Chandler Now Accepting Applications For HOA Academy

CHANDLER, AZ---Residents who are involved with their community or homeowners association are encouraged to apply for the City of Chandler’s Spring HOA Academy.  This year’s Spring academy will be held during lunchtime hours from noon to 1:30 p.m…

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Public Invited to Mayor Jay Tibshraeny’s Budget Connect

CHANDLER, AZ---Mayor Jay Tibshraeny and the City Council are hosting Budget Connect, an online forum where Chandler residents can ask questions and learn about the City’s budget and fiscal policies during a special live event. Mayor Tibshraeny will…

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Chandler Police And Fire, Health & Medical Departments Will Host Free Public Safety Fair

CHANDLER, AZ---The Chandler Fire, Health & Medical (CFHM) Department and the Chandler Police Department will co-host a free Public Safety Fair. This fun, educational and family friendly event will be held on Washington Street, between Colorado an…

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Chandler City Council Meeting Recap - February 11, 2016

CHANDLER, AZ---The Chandler City Council met at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 11, 2016, and took action on 24 agenda items, including:- Authorized a Crime Victim Assistance Program Grant Agreement with the Arizona Department of Public Safety in the amount…

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Chandler Volunteers Honored At Annual Recognition Breakfast

Chandler, AZ -- Nine individuals, one group and one corporate regional office were honored on Feb. 10, 2016 during Chandler’s Fourth Annual Recognition Breakfast. The City of Chandler joined with the Chandler Non-Profit Coalition (CNPC) and For Our…

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Experience How Fun Science can be at The Chandler Science Spectacular

Chandler, AZ -- The City of Chandler invites the public to experience a whole new side of science during the two-day Chandler Science Spectacular. The two-day event will be in Downtown Chandler, along Commonwealth Avenue, between Buffalo and Boston s…

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State Forty Eight LLC Announces New Location in North Chandler

CHANDLER, AZ---State Forty Eight, LLC, a maker of Arizona themed and inspired apparel, has found its first permanent home in Chandler. The company has already moved into space located at 3215 N. Arizona Ave. in north Chandler, and is ready for produc…

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City Of Chandler Accepting Nominations For Individuals Or Groups To Be Honored At Celebration Plaza

CHANDLER, AZ---Each year, the City of Chandler inducts one or more honorees into Celebration Plaza, a monument honoring individuals and organizations who’ve made significant and enduring contributions to the community. Nominations for induction com…

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City of Chandler Cultural Affairs Goes Red for Women in February

City of Chandler Cultural Affairs Goes Red for Women in February Locations bring awareness to heart disease during Heart MonthChandler, AZ -- In the spirit of Mayor Jay Tibshraeny’s proclamation that February would be Go Red for Women Month, all Ci…

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Chandler City Council Meeting Recap - Jan. 28, 2016

Chandler, AZ -- The Chandler City Council met at 7 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 28, 2016, and approved 35 agenda items, including: • Authorized an agreement with CH2M Hill Engineers, Inc., to develop a technical training program for the Municipal Utilities…

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Cast Your Vote Online For ‘People’s Choice’ Volunteer Award

CHANDLER, AZ---Six outstanding community volunteers nominated as part of Chandler’s annual Volunteer Recognition Awards program are up for a “People Choice Award.” The public is invited to vote online at www.chandleraz.gov/volunteer100. Voting …

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Chandler Offers Free Tax Preparation Beginning The First Week Of February

CHANDLER, AZ---Believe it or not, tax season has arrived, and the City’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program is ready to help. Chandler’s Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) campaign helps working families who earned less than $54,000 in 2…

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Chandler Sports Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony and Luncheon at the Chandler Center for the Arts

Chandler, AZ - The athletic accomplishments of six individuals and two teams will be celebrated during the 12th Annual Chandler Sports Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony and Luncheon to be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 13, 2016, at the Chandler Ce…

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Recap of the Chandler City Council Meeting on January 14, 2016

The Chandler City Council met at 7 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 14, 2016, and took action on 40 agenda items, including: - Voted to elect Councilmember Jack Sellers to serve a one-year term as Vice Mayor starting Friday, Jan. 15 through Jan. 12, 2017. - Ap…

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Chandler City Council Names Jack Sellers Vice Mayor

Chandler, AZ - The Chandler City Council voted unanimously during its Jan. 14 meeting to elect Councilmember Jack Sellers as the City’s new Vice Mayor. Sellers will serve in the position for approximately one year. "I look forward to the added resp…

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Grant from Governor’s Office of Highway Safety Enables Chandler Fire, Health and Medical Department to Continue Child Car Seat Inspections and Training

Chandler, AZ - The Governor’s Office of Highway Safety has awarded highway safety grants in the amount of $37,586.20 to the Chandler Fire, Health & Medical (CFHM) Department. The grants will enable the Department to continue its Child Safety Se…

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Our Stories Speaker Series Hits The Sidewalk With Historic Walking Tour Of Downtown Chandler

Chandler, AZ -- Chandler’s Our Stories guest speaker series returns in February with an interactive outdoor event that will explore the history of many of the buildings surrounding the downtown square, which is listed on the National Register of Hi…

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Chandler Selects New Intergovernmental Affairs Coordinator

CHANDLER, AZ---Chandler Acting City Manager Marsha Reed announced that Ryan Peters has been selected as the City’s new Intergovernmental Affairs Coordinator. “We are excited to have Ryan aboard as the new Legislative session begins,” Mayor Jay …

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Celebration Of Unity Features Musical Performances, Festival And More

CHANDLER, AZ---Each January, the City of Chandler hosts a series of events that honor Chandler’s diverse community, the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the civil rights movement. This year’s Celebration of Unity events include a musical …

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Chandler Fire Department Seeks Volunteers for Crisis Response Unit

Chandler Fire, Health and Medical (CFHM) is seeking volunteers to serve on the Crisis Response (CR) unit, a group of trained professionals, Masters level interns, and volunteers who support the Department’s social service efforts. Potential volunte…

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Know The Rules Covering The Sale, Purchase And Use Of Fireworks Within Chandler City Limits

Chandler, AZ -- The Chandler Fire, Health & Medical (CFHM) Department is reminding residents that while some types of fireworks are legal to sell and purchase at local businesses, the use and misuse of fireworks can lead to personal injury, injur…

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Chandler Museum and The Ostrich host Trivia Night with ‘Hipstorian’ Marshall Shore

Cocktails and historical tales at the coolest speakeasy in the Valley Chandler, AZ -- The Chandler Museum is joining with The Ostrich Bar at the San Marcos Resort to present a Trivia Night hosted by Marshall Shore, who is known as Arizona’s Hip Hi…

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Chandler City Council Meeting Recap - December 10, 2015

CHANDLER, AZ---The Chandler City Council met at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 10, 2015, and took action on 42 agenda items, including: Approved the purchase of 28,120 square feet of land within the Snedigar Sportsplex, previously occupied by a water towe…

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Chandler Fire, Health & Medical Department Joins With Phoenix Va Healthcare System To Improve Treatment Outcomes For The City’S Veterans

Chandler, AZ -- The Chandler Fire, Health & Medical (CFHM) Department is collaborating with the Phoenix Veterans Affairs Healthcare System on an innovative six month pilot project that both organizations hope will not only improve healthcare outc…

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Section 8 Waiting List Opens in Chandler

Chandler, AZ - It’s been five years since Chandler’s Housing Choice Voucher Program (Section 8) accepted applications for placement on the program’s waiting list. Chandler currently serves 486 families and will open its waiting list for one we…

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City of Chandler Bond Ratings Reaffirmed with Stable Outlook

Chandler, AZ -- The City of Chandler received good news in November from the three major credit rating agencies, which all reaffirmed their current ratings for the City’s Excise Tax Revenue Obligations (ETROs), which will be used to fund various wa…

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Chandler’s Cultural Affairs Director Honored with Distinguished Service Award by the Arizona Library Association

Chandler, AZ - Brenda Brown, City of Chandler Cultural Affairs Director, was awarded the Arizona Library Association’s (AzLA) Newton and Betty Rosenzweig Distinguished Service Award on Nov. 19, 2015, at the organization’s annual conference. Brown…

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Chandler Fire, Health & Medical Department Collecting Holiday Toys For Local Children

CHANDLER, AZ---The Chandler Fire, Health & Medical (CFHM) Department is once again collecting toys during the holiday season with all donations benefitting disadvantaged children in the community. The highlight of the annual toy drive is the Holi…

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City of Chandler News - VITA Volunteers Needed

Chandler, AZ -- Last year, Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) volunteers helped prepare 1,841 tax returns resulting in approximately $1.96 million in federal refunds for Chandler residents.The City of Chandler’s Earn Income Tax Credit (EITC) ca…

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Feedback Needed: Take Our Budget Survey

CHANDLER, AZ---The City of Chandler encourages input in its annual budget process to provide your thoughts about the community and its future. Residents may complete the online survey at www.chandleraz.gov/budget. The survey will be available through…

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City of Chandler News - Support Needed for Turkey & Food Drive Collection

Chandler, AZ -- The Thanksgiving Day holiday is right around the corner and local food banks are in need of items for their food box distributions. Chandler residents are encouraged to join the faith-based and nonprofit group For Our City and donate …

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Chandler City Council Meeting Recap - October 22, 2015

CHANDLER, Ariz--- The Chandler City Council met at 7 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 22, 2015, and took action on 73 agenda items, including:• Approved an ordinance that allows Verizon Wireless to install wireless communication facilities on a ball field ligh…

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Now Accepting Nominations for Chandler’s Volunteer Recognition Awards

Chandler, AZ -- The City of Chandler, the Chandler Non-Profit Coalition and the faith-based and nonprofit group For Our City are accepting applications for the 2015 Volunteer Recognition Awards. Applications are available online at www.chandleraz.gov…

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Officer David Payne, Kiwanis Club to be inducted into Celebration Plaza at Tumbleweed Park

CHANDLER, AZ---Mayor Jay Tibshraeny and the City of Chandler will honor one individual and one organization by inducting them into Celebration Plaza at Tumbleweed Park during a special ceremony at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 14, 2015.The Chandler Kiwani…

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Chandler Chuck Wagon Cook-Off Brings Old West Food and Lifestyle to Tumbleweed Ranch for Two Day Festival

Chandler, AZ -- The Sixth Annual Chandler Chuck Wagon Cook-off will feature thirteen teams demonstrating a bit of the 1880s Old West lifestyle while cooking up some tasty grub in a culinary competition. The festivities take place at Chandler’s Tumb…

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Chandler Co-Hosts Free Military Personnel And Veterans Health Care And Benefits Expo

Chandler, AZ -- Military personnel and veterans are invited to attend a free Health Care and Benefits Expo at the Chandler Center for the Arts.During the event, attendees will be able to learn about the new community-based outpatient clinic that serv…

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Volunteers Needed for For Our City Day

CHANDLER, AZ---Volunteers are needed for Saturday, Oct. 24, for national Make a Difference Day. On this day, the City of Chandler is partnering with several nonprofit organizations to support residents for the fifth annual For Our City Day. Hundreds …

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Organizations Encouraged to Apply for General Fund and CDBG/HOME Grants Funds

CHANDLER, Ariz--- The City of Chandler will host a grant orientation session for organizations interested in receiving FY 16/17 Human Services General Fund and Community Development Block Grants (CDBG)/Home Investment Partnerships Program (HOME) fund…

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Chandler Museum And Museum Of Science And Sustainability Partner On Science Saturday Programs

Free Programming Offers Unique STEM Experience for YouthCHANDLER, AZ. – Chandler Museum’s Science Saturday program will be taken to a new level in its sixth year thanks to a new partnership with the Museum of Science and Sustainability (MoSS).  …

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Chandler City Council Meeting Recap - September 24, 2015

CHANDLER, AZ---The Chandler City Council met at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 24, 2015, and took action on 85 agenda items, including:- Approved an agreement with the Northern Arizona Center for  Entrepreneurship and Technology (NACET) for management se…

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Be Counted! Census Day Begins Oct. 1, 2015

CHANDLER, AZ---Chandler is conducting a special mid-decade census to update our population count. Starting Oct. 1, Census Bureau enumerators will be going door-to-door to collect a few facts about the people living in each household. Unlike the Decen…

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Chandler Prepares For Annual Indian Art Market

CHANDLER, AZ---The City of Chandler and its Human Relations Commission, in partnership with the Miss Indian Arizona Scholarship Program, will host the Chandler Indian Art Market this October.   This free, two-day event is a unique way to experience…

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Nominate Chandler Veterans for Operation Welcome Home

CHANDLER, AZ. – The City of Chandler is accepting nominations and sponsorships for its fourth Operation Welcome Home Chandler ceremony to be held next spring. Operation Welcome Home Chandler is an opportunity for Chandler residents to honor and sho…

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Chandler now accepting applications for Mayor’s Traditional Neighborhood Academy

CHANDLER, Ariz. – Mayor Jay Tibshraeny encourages residents of non-HOA neighborhoods to register for his popular Traditional Neighborhood Academy.  The free Academy consists of a four-week series of classes held from 6 - 8 p.m. every Wednesday sta…

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City Makes Final Push For Census Workers

CHANDLER, AZ---Not many temporary, part-time jobs pay over $16 an hour, but that’s the going rate for U.S. Census workers being hired to help Chandler update its population count as part of a Special Census to begin in Chandler in October. The City…

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Junior Chuck Wagon Cook-Off Invites Youth To Show Their Best Culinary Skills

CHANDLER, AZ---Chandler’s Sixth Annual Chuck Wagon Cook-Off is a family-friendly culinary competition and living history event, with a special cook-off open to a few adventurous and creative 10- to 15-year-old Valley youth on Saturday, Nov. 7. The …

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Center for the Arts Accepting Donated Items Prior to Indoor Yard Sale

Chandler, AZ - The Chandler Center for the Arts will host an Indoor Yard Sale from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 22, 2015. The sale is open to the public, and all funds raised will support Connecting Kidz, a program at the Center that provides f…

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Chandler Joins With Scottsdale And Tempe To Recruit Firefighter Candidates, Application Process Opens Aug. 3, 2015

CHANDLER, AZ---The cities of Chandler, Scottsdale and Tempe are working together to recruit qualified applicants for future firefighter positions. Similar multi-city recruitment efforts attracted approximately 1,500 applicants in 2010 and 2013. The t…

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Partnership Between School District And Chandler Fire, Health & Medical Department Produces Safer Classrooms, Prepares Students For Emergencies

A successful collaboration between the Chandler Unified School District and the Chandler Fire, Health & Medical (CFHM) Department is making CUSD elementary schools safer by involving teachers and custodians in the safety inspection process and ta…

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City Seeks Vendors For Sixth Annual Chandler Chuck Wagon Cook-Off To Be held at Tumbleweed Ranch on Nov. 7, 2015

CHANDLER, AZ---Food vendors, Western artists, and merchandise vendors are invited to participate in the City’s sixth annual Chandler Chuck Wagon Cook-off, which will be held at Tumbleweed Ranch on Saturday, Nov. 7, 2015. This family-friendly culina…

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Public Hearing Regarding Proposed Increases to Wastewater, Reclaimed Water and Solid Waste Rates

Chandler, AZ - The Chandler City Council will hold a public hearing to receive comments regarding proposed increases in wastewater, reclaimed water, and solid waste rates, plus a modification to the rate schedule. The hearing will be held during a re…

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Chandler City Council Meeting Recap - June 25, 2015

CHANDLER, AZ---The Chandler City Council met at 7 p.m. on Thursday, June 25, 2015, and took action on 30 agenda items, including:Adopted the 2015-16 Property Tax Levy rate of $1.1792 per $100 of assessed property value (unchanged from the existing ra…

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Know The Rules Covering The Sale, Purchase And Use Of Fireworks Within Chandler City Limits

CHANDLER, AZ---The Chandler Fire, Health & Medical (CFHM) Department is reminding residents that while some types of fireworks are legal to sell and purchase at local businesses, the use and misuse of fireworks can lead to personal injury, injury…

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The Free Get Reel Documentary Film Series Returns to Chandler Public Library for Summer 2015

Chandler, AZ - Chandler’s Downtown Public Library will present a free documentary film series this summer from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday evenings beginning June 9 and continuing through August 11. The films in the Get Reel series will be screene…

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Chandler Council Tabs Current Assistant City Manager Marsha Reed to Serve as Acting City Manager

Chandler, AZ - Chandler Assistant City Manager Marsha Reed has been named the Acting City Manager while the City recruits a replacement for retiring City Manager Rich Dlugas. The City Council voted unanimously to make the appointment at its May 28, 2…

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Chandler City Council Meeting Recap, May 28, 2015

The Chandler City Council met at 7 p.m. on Thursday, May 28, 2015, and took action on 33 agenda items, including: Tentatively approved a budget of $910.6 million for Fiscal Year (FY) 2015-16 and a 2016-2025 Capital Improvement Program (CIP) of $1,1…

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Early Morning Apartment Fire Demonstrates the Importance of Emergency Exit Plans for Families, Individuals

Chandler, AZ - Shortly after 4 a.m. on May 20, 2015, Chandler Fire, Health & Medical (CFHM) Department crews responded to a fire at the Riviera Park Apartments, located at 125 S. Dobson Road. When CFHM crews arrived on scene the front of a ground…

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Chandler City Council Meeting Recap, May 14, 2015

Chandler, AZ -- The Chandler City Council met at 7 p.m. on Thursday, May 14, 2015, and took action on 34 agenda items, including: - Approved a rezoning, Preliminary Development Plan (PAD) and Preliminary Plat for a 34.7-acre, 84-lot single-family re…

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Chandler Fire, Health and Medical Department Will Dedicate New Station 1 On April 30, 2015

CHANDLER, AZ---Mayor Jay Tibshraeny and the City Council will dedicate the new Fire Station No. 1 in a public ceremony at  The new station, located at 1491 E. Pecos Road, is replacing the existing Station No. 1, which is near the intersection of Pec…

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Chandler Council to Review 2015-16 Budget and CIP

Chandler, AZ - The Chandler City Council will hold a series of public meetings in May and June to review and adopt the City’s proposed 2015-16 budget, which begins July 1. The meetings will include presentations and discussions about the proposed b…

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Guest Speaker Series Looks at the Story of the Joe and Alice Woods Family and Chandler’s Early Movie Theaters

Our Stories moves to downtown Community Center on April 18, 2015 In 1915, three years after Dr. A.J. Chandler founded the town, the top floor space above the Monroe Hardware Company was converted into Chandler’s first movie theater, where customers…

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Chandler City Council Meeting Recap, March 26, 2015

Chandler, AZ -- The Chandler City Council met at 7 p.m. on Thursday, March 26, 2015, and took action on 42 agenda items, including: - Approved a Preliminary Development Plan (PAD) for the Layton Lakes housing product for 114 homes being built on 33.…

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Chandler Sports Hall of Fame Committee Accepting Nominations

Chandler, AZ - Chandler celebrates the athletic accomplishments and sports history of the community each year with the induction of worthy individuals and teams into the Chandler Sports Hall of Fame. Athletes, coaches, school administrators and tea…

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Chandler Fire Cadet Academy, with a Mandatory Orientation Meeting for Candidates

Young men and women ages 15 to 21 who are interested in a possible career in the fire service are invited to join the Chandler Fire Cadets, a skill development and community service program taught by Chandler Fire, Health & Medical (CFHM) Departm…

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Celebration Plaza Selection Process Changed, Nomination Period Now Open

CHANDLER, AZ---Each year, the City of Chandler inducts one or more honorees into Celebration Plaza, a monument honoring individuals and organizations who’ve made significant and enduring contributions to the community. Nominations for induction com…

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Chandler Fire, Health and Medical Seeks Volunteers For Neighborhood Walk Event To Promote Water Safety And Drowning Prevention

CHANDLER, AZ---For the fifth year, Chandler firefighters are asking residents and groups to join them in a door-to-door campaign through local neighborhoods to share a message they hope will help prevent water related tragedies in the community: Eye-…

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Chandler Fire, Health & Medical and Chandler Police Departments will Host Public Safety Open House

The Chandler Fire, Health and Medical (CFHM) Department will join with the Chandler Police Department to host a free public safety open house at both department headquarters.In addition to facility tours, a variety of fire apparatus and police vehicl…

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Chandler City Council Meeting Recap - February 12, 2015

Chandler, AZ -- The Chandler City Council met at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 12, 2015, and took action on 37 agenda items, including: - Adopted an ordinance forming a Citizens Advisory Committee and appointing the 23 members who will guide Planning sta…

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Chandler Selects Library Manager Brenda Brown as Director of New Cultural Affairs Division

Chandler, AZ - The City of Chandler recently selected longtime Library Manager Brenda Brown to serve as director of the Cultural Affairs Division, which was recently established to bring together several areas of the organization that enrich the comm…

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Break Time Recreation Guide Available

Spring recreation class registration opens February 7 for Chandler residents, February 13 for non-residentsChandler, AZ - The City’s quarterly Break Time recreation guide will be available to the public starting Jan. 23, 2015, and spring class regi…

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Weninger Named To Three Legislative Committees

CHANDLER, AZ---Chandler Councilmember Jeff Weninger, newly elected to the Arizona House of Representatives in District 17, will serve on three legislative committees when he takes state office in January 2015. Weninger was appointed vice chairman of …

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Traffic Restrictions and Parking Options For Chandler’s Parade Of Lights and Tumbleweed Tree Lighting Ceremony

Chandler, AZ -- Chandler’s 25th annual Parade of Lights and the 58th annual Tumbleweed Tree Lighting Ceremony will be on Saturday, December 6, 2014, beginning at 4:30 p.m. The festivities traditionally bring large crowds of holiday revelers to the …

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Teens Invited to Audition for Chandler Recreation’s Annual Talent Competition

Chandler, AZ - Chandler area youth ages 12-19 who can sing, dance, rap, play an instrument or are in a band are invited to audition for the City’s Teen Talent Competition scheduled for 6 to 9 p.m. Now in its 11th year, the event is a chance for loc…

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Online Survey Responses will Inform and Guide City Leaders as They Prioritize Community Needs and Develop Next Year’s Budget

Chandler, AZ - Chandler’s Budget Office is conducting an online survey of residents to solicit feedback on program and service priorities and capital project priorities, as staff and the City Council develop the budget for the upcoming 2015-2016 fi…

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Chandler City Council Meeting Recap, November 20, 2014

The Chandler City Council met at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014, and took action on 60 agenda items, including: Approved a five-year lease with Mac-Gray Services, LLC, for laundry equipment and space to operate a laundry room to serve the senior a…

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Fire, Health and Medical Department Collecting Holiday Toys for Local Children

Chandler, AZ - The Chandler Fire, Health & Medical (CFHM) Department is once again collecting toys during the holiday season with all donations benefitting disadvantaged children in the community. The highlight of the annual toy drive is the Holi…

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City To Dedicate New Chandler Tennis Center Improvements

CHANDLER, Ariz. – One of the premier tennis centers in the East Valley, the Chandler Tennis Center at Tumbleweed Park recently underwent a major renovation and will hold a rededication ceremony open to the public.The center, known for its beautiful…

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Former Mayor Payne, Lions Club To Be Inducted Into Celebration Plaza At Tumbleweed Park

CHANDLER, AZ---Mayor Jay Tibshraeny and the City of Chandler will honor one individual and one organization by inducting them into Celebration Plaza at Tumbleweed Park. The Chandler Lions Club and former Mayor Coy Payne will be recognized for their m…

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6th Annual Fall Fishing Clinic and Outdoor Safety Event at Veterans Oasis Park

CHANDLER, AZ---Chandler Environmental Education Center (EEC) will host its annual Fall Fishing Clinic and Outdoor Safety Event at Veterans Oasis Park from 8:30 a.m. to noon. The event is free, open to the public, and appropriate for all ages. The eve…

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Fire, Health & Medical Department To Hold Open House In Ocotillo Area

CHANDLER, AZ---The Chandler Fire, Health & Medical (CFHM) Department is holding a free open house for the public at Fire Station No. 5 at 1775 W. Queen Creek Road. The event is part of the Department’s ongoing efforts to educate residents about…

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Traffic Restrictions in Downtown Chandler for Officer David Payne Funeral and Rock the Block Street Festival

Chandler, AZ - Motorists traveling near downtown Chandler this Saturday can expect delays or detours due to two events – the funeral and procession for Chandler Police Officer David Payne, and the all-day Rock the Block street festival on Arizona A…

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Winter Recreation Class Registration Opens for Chandler Residents and Non-Residents

The latest issue of the City’s quarterly Break Time recreation guide is now available to the public and winter class registration for residents. Residents are given a brief priority registration period, and non-residents can begin signing up for cl…

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Chandler will Unveil Plans to Renovate Former Council Chambers in Downtown Library

Chandler, AZ - Chandler Public Library Manager Brenda Brown and architect Thomas Durkin will unveil plans to renovate part of the second floor space of the Downtown Library during a public meeting there. The public is invited to review the plans and …

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Public Invited To Provide Input On County Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan

Chandler, AZ -- The City of Chandler has joined forces with Maricopa County and other jurisdictions within the Valley to review and update the existing Maricopa County Multi-jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan. Chandler residents are encouraged to …

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Legendary ‘Harvey Girls’ the Topic of Our Stories Speaker Series at Chandler’s Sunset Library

Chandler, AZ - The history of Arizona’s Harvey Girls, the famous waitresses for the Fred Harvey Company who helped “civilize the American Southwest,” is the featured topic at the next Our Stories guest speaker presentation at the Sunset Library…

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Downtown Chandler Library Offers a Blend of Books, Beverages and Live Acoustic Music

Chandler, AZ - The Downtown Chandler Library is adding a little live acoustic music to its ambiance. This inaugural edition of the Acoustic Blend Music Series will feature Terra Cotta Music performing compositions inspired-by-nature in the Library’…

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Grant From Governor’s Office Of Highway Safety Enables Chandler Fire, Health & Medical Department To Continue Child Car Seat Inspections And Training

CHANDLER, AZ---The Governor’s Office of Highway Safety has awarded a highway safety grant in the amount of $36,242 to the Chandler Fire, Health & Medical Department. The grant will enable the Department to continue its Child Safety Seat Clinics…

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GIS Features Of Chandler’s New Class Registration System May Alter Residency Designation For Some Customers

Chandler, AZ -- A new online class registration and facility reservation management system being implemented by the Chandler Community Services Department in November uses geographic information system (GIS) data to provide more precise mapping of cu…

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Scout Jamboree at Veterans Oasis Park

Designed for ages 8 years old to 12 years old, but open to Boy Scouts, GirlScouts, families, homeschool groups, and anyone that has an interest in learning new skills and meeting new people. Skill stations and activities will be run by local scout tr…

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Chandler Parks And Recreation Asks Residents To Help Test New Class Registration And Facility Reservation Online System On October 4, 2014

CHANDLER, AZ---The Chandler Community Services Department is implementing a new registration and reservation management software system and is inviting the public to help conduct a mock registration event on Saturday, Oct. 4, 2014. The testing period…

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Floats, Vehicles, Marching Bands Invited To Enter This Year’s Holiday Parade Of Lights

Chandler, AZ -- Chandler’s biggest, brightest and best special event of the holiday season, when the 25th annual Parade of Lights combines with the 58th annual Tumbleweed Tree Lighting Ceremony to create a magical night in downtown Chandler. The p…

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Chandler Department’s Respond to Aftermath of Record-Setting Rainfall

Chandler, AZ -- The City of Chandler activated its Emergency Operations Center (EOC) on Sept. 8, 2014 morning for departments actively involved in responding to flooding caused by record-setting rainfall in the area overnight. Public safety personnel…

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Chandler Fire, Health and Medical Department Receives Reaccreditation

Chandler, AZ -- The Chandler Fire, Health & Medical Department has again received “Accredited” status from the Commission on Fire Accreditation International (CFAI). This award was presented during the Fire Chiefs International Conference, he…

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Chandler Fire, Health & Medical Department Presents Annual Awards

Chandler, AZ - The Chandler Fire, Health and Medical Department held its 28th annual awards ceremony on Aug. 23, 2014, at the Crowne Plaza San Marcos Golf Resort. The event recognized the outstanding contributions of numerous firefighters during the …

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Junior Chuck Wagon Cook-Off Invites Chandler Youth To Show Off Their Culinary Skills

Chandler, AZ -- In November, Chandler’s annual Chuck Wagon Cook-off will once again include a unique cooking opportunity for a select number of adventurous and creative Chandler youth ages 10 to 15 years old. The culinary competition features authe…

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Chandler City Council Meeting Recap - August 14, 2014

The Chandler City Council met at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 14, 2014, and took action on 66 agenda items, including: - Approved a rezoning for Chandler Viridian, a commercial and multi-family development planned for the southwest corner of the Loop 101…

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Fall Recreation Class Registration Opens For Chandler Residents and Non-Residents

Chandler, AZ -- Registration for the many recreation classes, camps and activities offered by the City of Chandler this fall opens for residents. The fall session features leisure and lifestyle classes and programs for people of all ages, including: …

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Chandler is a Premiere Community in Which to Discover, Imagine and Grow

Chandler, AZ - July is Parks and Recreation Month in Chandler and Mayor Jay Tibshraeny is inviting residents to visit any of the City’s six recreation centers, six aquatic facilities and 62 parks to experience what makes Chandler a premiere communi…

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Councilmember Sellers Appointed to Chair Transportation Committee

Chandler, AZ - The Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) recently appointed Councilmember Jack Sellers as Chair of the Transportation Policy Committee.This committee oversees the development of the 20-year Regional Transportation Plan and guides …

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Changes to State Law Impacts Chandler Rules Covering the Sale, Purchase and Use of Fireworks

Chandler, AZ - With Independence Day approaching, the Chandler Fire Department is reminding residents that while some types of fireworks are legal to sell and purchase at local businesses, the use and misuse of fireworks can lead to personal injury, …

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Chandler City Council Meeting Recap of June 13, 2014

Chandler, AZ -- The Chandler City Council met at 7 p.m. on Thursday, June 13, 2014, and took action on 55 agenda items, including: - Tentatively adopted an ordinance changing the Fire Department’s name to the Chandler Fire, Health and Medical Depa…

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Chandler Firefighters Step up to Help Refurbish Salvation Army Community Center

Members of the Chandler Fire Department and other community volunteers will bring their tools, paintbrushes and energy to paint a portion of the Salvation Army Community Center in Downtown Chandler.Purpose: The center serves an important role for the…

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Memorial Day Service Schedule for the City of Chandler

Chandler, AZ - The City of Chandler service closures for Memorial Day on Monday, May 26, 2014, are as follows: - City administrative offices will be closed.- Trash and recycling collection will be unaffected and occur as scheduled.- Recycling-Solid …

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Chandler Public Library Offering Summer Reading Program for All Ages

Chandler, AZ - Last year, participants of the Summer Reading Program at the Chandler Public Library read over 111,000 books. This year’s program, sponsored by the Maricopa County Library District, is using the slogan “Fizz, Boom, Read!” to comp…

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Chandler City Council Meeting Recap of April 24, 2014

Chandler, AZ -- The Chandler City Council met at 7 p.m. on Thursday, April 24, 2014, and took action on 30 agenda items, including:  - Adopted a resolution authorizing a voting membership in the Industry/University Cooperative Research Center, which…

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Summer Recreation Class Registration Opens for Chandler Residents for Non-Residents

Chandler, AZ - Registration for the many recreation classes, camps and activities offered by the City of Chandler this summer opens for residents. The summer session features leisure and lifestyle classes and programs for people of all ages, includin…

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Chandler Council to Review 2014-15 Budget and CIP

Chandler, AZ - The Chandler City Council will hold a series of public meetings in May and June to review and adopt the City’s proposed 2014-15 budget, which begins July 1. The meetings will include presentations and discussions about the proposed b…

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Chandler City Council Meeting Recap of March 27, 2014

Chandler, AZ - The Chandler City Council met at 7 p.m. on Thursday, March 27, 2014, and took action on 32 agenda items, including:- Authorizing the sale of approximately 31.22 acres of City-owned property at the SWC of Gilbert and Ocotillo Roads to D…

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Family Easter Celebration at the Snedigar Sportsplex

Chandler, AZ -- The Easter Bunny is making an egg-citing return to Chandler for the City’s annual Family Easter Celebration. The event starts at 9 a.m. at the Snedigar Sportsplex in south Chandler with some of the most enthusiastic Easter Egg …

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Chandler Fire Department Seeks Volunteers For Neighborhood Walk Event To Promote Water Safety And Drowning Prevention

Chandler, AZ -- For the fourth year, Chandler firefighters are asking residents to join them in a door-to-door campaign through local neighborhoods to share a message they hope will help prevent water related tragedies in the community: Eye-to-Eye to…

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Chandler’s Desert Breeze Park will Benefit from Macy’s Matching Donation Program in March

Chandler, AZ - Macy’s and the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) are inviting Chandler residents to “give a little love” to their local parks by making an in-store donation this month. Customers at Macy’s Chandl…

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City Hosts 24th Annual Senior Expo for Active Adults

Chandler, AZ - Mayor Jay Tibshraeny’s Committee for the Aging is hosting Chandler’s 24th Annual Senior Expo.More than 60 representatives from a wide variety of health care agencies, leisure services, and senior-related product firms wil…

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Chandler Police and Fire Departments Will Host Free Public Safety Open House

Chandler, AZ -- The Chandler Fire and Police departments are joining together to hold a free public safety open house at both department headquarters. In addition to facility tours, a variety of fire apparatus and police vehicles will be on display a…

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Chandler’s Quality of Life Receives High Marks from Residents in Annual Citizen Budget Survey

Chandler, AZ - The results of a recent survey of Chandler residents show that a large majority believe that City leaders are doing a good job managing the City’s operations, and that the Council’s financial decisions are in line with ci…

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