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11:34 AM May 16, 2022 MST

Chandler utility rate changes to take effect July 1

The average homeowner can expect an increase of approximately $16.68 per year.

5 things to do in Chandler in late May and early June

Here are five things to do in Chandler this month.

Chandler City Council takes action on multiple items at May 12 meeting

Topics discussed included zoning, camera equipment and painting services.

Central Pop closes in Chandler

The popcorn and snack store closed in April.

CUSD approves textbooks for two new upcoming school year electives

The two new dual enrollment classes focus on the African American and Mexican American experience throughout history.

Valley-area YMCAs to host free swim lessons May 9-13 for National Water Safety Awareness Month

All 10 pool-operating YMCA locations in the Valley will offer free swim lessons for National Water Safety Awareness Month through May 13.

3 new food, beverage shops coming soon to Chandler

New options include ice cream and coffee spots

3 new businesses offer physical wellness opportunities in Chandler

A stretch studio and an indoor pickleball facility are now open.

I-10 from Loop 202 to US 60 to close in both directions May 6-9

The closure will affect both directions of the interstate.

Federal assistance available for some Arizonans for utility, mortgage bills

The funding applies to those financially impacted by COVID-19.

Chandler City Council OKs 32 items at April 28 meeting

Meetings are open to the public, and minutes are posted online.

Boba Cutea opens new location in Chandler

The business opened in April.

City of Chandler offering $10k signing package to lateral police officers starting in May

The signing bonus applies to those who are working outside of the Phoenix metro area.

Evacuations ordered for businesses Friday near ongoing battery storage facility incident

The Chandler Fire Department is working with the business near a Salt River Project lithium battery storage facility to evacuate April 29 due to an ongoing incident. 

Gov. Doug Ducey approves specialty license plate, proceeds from plate to benefit nonprofit

State Forty Eight, a company that sells Arizona and community themed merchandise, will have its own specialized license plate after approval from Governor Doug Ducey, according to a news release from the governor's office.

Elmer's Tacos honors family relationships with food

​​​​​​​Elmer’s Tacos has provided Mexican food to multiple generations of Chandler residents.

$8.2 million in projects approved on April 27 for CUSD schools

Board members approved eight projects, including new tennis courts and a fire alarm system.