Chandler cancels Fourth of July event, announces other service changes following governor's executive order

The city of Chandler announced June 30 that the drive-in July 4th Fireworks Spectacular is canceled, and other city services have been modified following a new executive order from Gov. Doug Ducey limiting crowds and "pausing" some business activities. (Courtesy city of Chandler)
The city of Chandler announced June 30 that the drive-in July 4th Fireworks Spectacular is canceled, and other city services have been modified following a new executive order from Gov. Doug Ducey limiting crowds and "pausing" some business activities. (Courtesy city of Chandler)

The city of Chandler announced June 30 that the drive-in July 4th Fireworks Spectacular is canceled, and other city services have been modified following a new executive order from Gov. Doug Ducey limiting crowds and "pausing" some business activities. (Courtesy city of Chandler)

The city of Chandler announced June 30 that the drive-in July 4th Fireworks Spectacular is canceled, and other city services have been modified following a new executive order from Gov. Doug Ducey limiting crowds and "pausing" some business activities.

In addition to the cancellation of the Fourth of July celebration, Tumbleweed Recreation Center is closed except for summer recreational programs and classes, according to the city. This includes the fitness floor of the city facility.

Aquatic centers and pools will remain open for regularly scheduled classes and programs, and capacity will be further reduced for open swim sessions, according to the city.

Capacity will also be reduced at the Chandler Tennis Center through the implementation of online reservations for ope plan.

Reservations for park pavilion and athletic fields will be limited to groups of 50 or fewer people.


Starting July 1, all four Chandler public libraries will return to a reduced services status with only lobbies open for item returns and hold pickups, according to the city.
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