City lifts capacity limits at Chandler Public Library and Tumbleweed Recreation Center

The city of Chandler headquarters is in downtown Chandler. (Alexa D'Angelo/Community Impact Newspaper)
The city of Chandler headquarters is in downtown Chandler. (Alexa D'Angelo/Community Impact Newspaper)

The city of Chandler headquarters is in downtown Chandler. (Alexa D'Angelo/Community Impact Newspaper)

The city of Chandler is lifting capacity limits at the Chandler Public Library and Tumbleweed Recreation Center on March 8 following an executive order issued by Gov. Doug Ducey expanding capacity at businesses that had been limited due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Patrons and employees will continue to wear masks, follow enhanced safety measures and adhere to social distancing guidelines at these facilities, according to a news release from the city.

The Tumbleweed Recreation Center’s fitness floor workouts will no longer require registration by members. Registration for group exercise classes, gymnasium drop-in activities and Tumbleweed Treehouse child watch services will continue.

Visit http://chandleraz.gov/tumbleweed for information and to register for classes, activities and Tumblweed Tree House.

The city of Chandler’s Hamilton and Mesquite Groves aquatic centers will return for open swim during spring break starting March 13, according to the release. Enhanced safety measures and social distancing guidelines will continue to be followed at aquatic centers, according to the release.


Chandler residents can register for open swim activities starting March 8. An expanded number of registration slots will be available at aquatic centers, and the general public will be admitted on a walk-up basis as space permits.

Visit http://chandleraz.gov/aquatics for information and to register for open swim activities.