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Chandler is a lovely community with hometown traditions, golf courses and resorts – located in Maricopa County as a suburb of Phoenix. The town’s history started when the state’s first veterinarian surgeon, Alexander John Chandler, settled on a ranch nearby. He owned about 18,000 acres of land by 1900 and drew up plans for a town site on his ranch, and by 1912, there was a town site office and high school established.
The Hotel San Marcos, the first golf resort in Arizona, came in 1913, and the Williams Air Force Base built in 1941 brought a small boost in the population. Then, from 1950 to 1980, the population grew from 3,800 to over 30,000-the city has continually flourished ever since.
There are all types of communities in Chandler and the homes neighborhoods offer a variety of prices, styles and amenities. Some of the best neighborhoods include Fulton Ranch, Ocotillo, Sun Lakes, Ocotillo Lakes, Circle G at Riggs, Layton Lakes, Andersen Springs, Sun Groves, Vasaro, and Riggs Ranch.
The Apache Trail and Superstitious Mountains are nearby and provide over 40 miles of winding roads, incredible scenery, hiking, forests, cacti and lakes to explore. The Chandler Fashion Center is a shopping mall that will satisfy all of your shopping needs. The Desert Breeze Park is a fun-filled family-oriented park geared towards children. Chandler provides a wide variety of restaurant selections for everyone to enjoy. If you are looking for a very special night out, try Kai Restaurant. This restaurant provides superior fine dining on any occasion. The food and service are spectacular, and the atmosphere is very upscale. For something a lot more affordable and enjoy Italian food, head over to Floridino’s Pizza and Pasta. If you prefer a nice medium of affordable, yet classy, try Firebirds Wood Fired Grill.
Chandler has been recognized as one of the fastest-growing cities in the country and was the only Arizona city awarded the “All-American City” by the National Civic League in 2010. The community has many parks and recreation areas resulting in Chandler being named Playful City USA for 7 years by KaBOOM, a national nonprofit parks & recreation advocacy organization.