COVID-19: Chandler sees 10 new cases reported across its ZIP codes, Maricopa County sees increase of 219 cases and 15 deaths May 29
Here are the coronavirus updates to know today in Chandler.
The city of Chandler will receive $29.98 million as part of a plan unveiled May 27 by Gov. Doug Ducey to allocate coronavirus relief and recovery dollars to cities, towns and counties that did not receive funding earlier this year.
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Chandler City Council approves tentative budget, adds $29.98 million in state-provided COVID-19 relief to original budget
Chandler City Council voted May 28 to approve the city's tentative budget and tentative capital improvement program.
Home improvement industries saw an increase in business while people were spending more time at home, business owners saw.
Chandler City Council has ratified an emergency declaration to reduce liquor license renewal fees and to push back their due date by three months due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and the burden it has placed on restaurants and bars.
Compass Christian Church, a Chandler-based church, is a recipient of the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Farmers to Families Food Box Program, which distributes surplus food to local communities in need.
As part of an ongoing effort to add a travel lane in each direction on Loop 101 through parts of Chandler, the Arizona Department of Transportation announced upcoming closures and restrictions on the freeway.
Governor says school will resume as planned for the next school year, releases guidance for summer schools, youth sports
Gov. Doug Ducey said Arizona schools may plan to reopen as planned for the upcoming 2020-21 academic year at a press conference May 28
Chandler business owners applied for Paycheck Protection Program loans to keep business afloat during COVID-19 closures. Some had success, others did not.
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Gilbert and Chandler will be among the local governments receiving coronavirus relief and recovery dollars as part of a plan unveiled May 27 by Gov. Doug Ducey
Campers and staff at summer camps should be screened daily if such camps are to be opened safely this summer, the county’s top disease control official said.
Chandler Public Libraries are participating in the annual Summer Reading Challenge for kids ages 4-12.
Arizona's current resources, including inpatient beds, intensive care unit beds and ventilators, are sufficient to meet a health care surge due to COVID-19, according to a recent predictive model.
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Rachelle Kuzyk began her job as the city of Chandler's new library manager May 20. She will oversee the operations of the Chandler Public Library system.
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The square will be lit from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. daily, changing colors to represent the nine high schools in Chandler, according to the city.
Mesquite Groves Aquatic Center in southeast Chandler and Folley Pool in downtown Chandler will each host two, two-hour public swim blocks.
Chandler City Council will take action on the city's tentative 2020-21 budget and the 2021-30 Capital Improvement Program, which takes effect July 1, at a meeting May 28.
The Chandler Vision Gallery is presenting "A La Mode," paintings by Caroline Estelle, from now through June 26.
Chandler USD Superintendent Camille Casteel said the district was looking for flexible options for the upcoming school year in an email to families.
ADOT has announced Loop 101 closures and restrictions for the weekend of May 22.
Residents can now drink alcoholic beverages at Dr. A.J. Chandler Park in downtown Chandler.