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A Message from Mayor Kevin Hartke, City Councilman Mark Steward ,City Manager Marsha Reed, and Fire Chief Tom Dwiggins on COVID-19 钱德勒市政府2020抗疫宣传片

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Listen in as Mayor Kevin Hartke addresses how he, City Council and City leaders are keeping the health and safety of our community their utmost priority as we navigate through the potential impacts of the Coronavirus. Along with canceling special events last week through April 30,

Today Mayor and Council announced the following: •All four Chandler Public Libraries will be closed starting tomorrow, March 19 through March 31. •All recreational and aquatic facilities will close Saturday, March 21 through March 31. •Chandler Senior Center will close Saturday, March 21 through March 31, but we will continue to provide carryout or delivery of hot meals to our senior community that depends on this service. •The Tennis Center will remain open and will be practicing social distancing. •Meetings the City is legally obligated to conduct, such as City Council meetings and Planning and Zoning Commission, will continue to be held. All other public meetings are canceled. We will continue to monitor this situation on a daily basis and make decisions that put the community first. Please visit chandleraz.gov/COVID19 and follow our social media channels for daily updates.

In order to provide the Chandler community with the most up-to-date and accurate information as developments to Coronavirus continue to evolve and what that means for our City and citizens, we’ve created a single source of information from the City: chandleraz.gov/COVID19.

Please continue to get updates and information about the Coronavirus disease from the health experts at:
Arizona Department of Health Services
CDC | Maricopa County Public Health
World Health Organization (WHO)

Mark Steward

Chandler City Councilman

Hello Chandler.  Please take a moment to watch this video from our Mayor Kevin Hartke.  Chander is the biggest small town, and that means we will get through this, together.

Mayor, Council, and City leadership, including Police and Fire, are laser-focused on the covid-19 crisis, and as I have said many times, Chandler is prepared and now we need your help. 

Be responsible for your health and your family.  If you are a business owner, please be responsible for your community.  There will be resources available when the dust settles from this. 

tomorrow, I will be delivering an address about how our economic development team and the Chandler Chamber of Commerce will be working with our business community to recover even before the effects of this set in.  We are providing continued communication and resources on how local, state, and federal agencies will help every business roar back after this is over.   

Chandler, we ARE in this together.  Please lean on each other right now, and please be part of the solution!

#ChandlerStrong!

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Veterans For Trump: Honoring Asian Pacific American Heritage Month and APA Veterans

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Asian Pacific American Heritage Month overlaps with Memorial Day and Military Appreciation Month, it presents a meaningful opportunity for us to recognize and honor Asian Pacific American veterans from past and present that defended freedom fearlessly and made significant contributions to protect and defend freedom for this great nation. Join us on this Memorial Day to pay tribute to our nation’s heroes and engage in a conversation about the importance of preserving freedom with Asian Pacific American veterans, Hawaii Republican Chairwoman: Shirlene Ostrov and Veterans For Trump Board Member, Medal of Honor recipient: Major General Patrick Brady.

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Arizona local Veterans share their stories – Filmed by City of Chandler

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We’re proud to honor all Veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces and this Memorial Day, we’d like to introduce a few of Chandler’s own.

Listen in as local Veterans share their stories. Hear from Lew Bradley, who joined the U.S. Marine Corps in 1950 at the age of 17; Bill Berry, who enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1966 and fought in the Vietnam War; and Ashley McWhirt, who has been serving in the Marines for 12 years – both active duty and reserves. She currently works as a police records clerk with the Chandler Police Department

Also featured are two exhibits currently on display at the Chandler Museum.


• The “A Million Acts of Kindness” exhibit, which showcases the work of The Salvation Army USA and explores the services provided to the troops and how Salvation Army volunteers provided aid on the home front. 
• The “Chandler Veterans: DUTY” exhibit, which is a traveling banner exhibit that pays tribute to Veterans from the Chandler community who have served in every branch of the military. 

The video also includes a musical performance by Blaine Long and messages from Mayor Kevin Hartke and City Council. 

Learn more about those featured in the video, the museum exhibits and how Chandler Veterans can share their story at chandleraz.gov/VeteransAppreciation.

Brought to you by City of Chandler’s Diversity Office and the Chandler Museum, in partnership with the Salvation Army. Special thanks to Bashas’ Supermarkets and The Salvation Army Chandler Corps.

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欢迎参加5月23日凤凰城市政府主办的病毒测试 – Sonora Quest will be offering COVID-19 testing to the general public for the shared goal of increasing COVID-19 testing statewide.

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Those who think they have been exposed to or could be infected with COVID-19 are encouraged to get tested.

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