Texting is one of the easiest and most popular methods to communicate.
The Chandler Chamber of Commerce has released its 2018 candidate endorsements for public office after the recent completion of their Good Government candidate interviews.
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 to others, harm to pets, property damage, and destruction of the environment.
Governor Doug Ducey has certified the final, canvassed results of the March 13 Tempe General/Special Election, which included two propositions amending the City Charter that were passed by voters.
Chandler Councilmember and two-time Vice Mayor Kevin Hartke officially declared his intention On April 30 to seek the mayoral post in the next city election Aug. 28.
Monsoon season officially begins in June and residents are encouraged to prepare for severe weather.
SRP’S first standalone battery-based energy storage project will be built at 54th Street and West Pecos Road in West Chandler, according to a May 31 announcement.
800 new jobs said to be coming to South Tempe offices
By permitting real-time, on-the-road testing of a promising 21st Century technology, Chandler became a pioneer among cities helping to move autonomous vehicles toward day-to-day reality.
Although studies show that Chandler is getting safer, the city’s police chief knows that his officers go into their community each day on streets that seemingly are more challenging, more unpredictable—more dangerous.