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Have we got news for you!  From reviews of community events, to seasonal tips, to community awareness pieces, our goal is to keep you informed on the issues you need to know.  There’s always something going on in the Town of Chandler!

  • November 21, 2018

    Bid on surplus items

    The Town of Chandler is receiving sealed bids for the following surplus items: Massey Ferguson tractor with loader; model MF1428VH, year 2002-2005 SCAG Turf Tiger; model STT61V-29DFI-SS, zero turn rider, 61″ 60″ Metal desk; gray 60″ Metal desk; tan Clarke C-Line floor polisher Land Pride finish mower; model AT2560, 48″ All surplus items will be… read more

  • November 5, 2018

    Leaf pick-up program begins Nov. 13

    The Chandler Street Department picks up bulk leaf piles in the fall. On specific collection dates, residents should rake leaf piles to the edge of the road in front of the residence; piles should not be placed in ditches, alleys, or driveways. Leaf piles should be free of rocks, limbs, trash, and other debris. The… read more

  • November 1, 2018

    Water Main Flushing Underway

    THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1: Today’s scheduled flushing will include the areas from Oak Grove Rd to Jenner Rd between Anderson and Fuquay Roads in Paradise. Chandler Utilities flushes water mains over a two-week period twice a year. Flushing the water system by opening up fire hydrants allows us to remove mineral build-up and sediment from our water… read more

  • October 31, 2018

    Water Main Flushing Underway

    WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31: Today’s scheduled flushing will include the area between Libbert Rd and Fuquay Rd, from Oak Grove Rd to Telephone Rd, & Tanglewood and Sandalwood subdivisions. Chandler Utilities flushes water mains over a two-week period twice a year. Flushing the water system by opening up fire hydrants allows us to remove mineral build-up and… read more

  • October 30, 2018

    Water Main Flushing Underway

    TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30: The areas included in today’s scheduled flushing are: between Hwy. 66 and Oak Grove Road, from Libbert Road to Hwy. 261, and within Carter Heights Subdivision. Chandler Utilities flushes water mains over a two-week period twice a year. Flushing the water system by opening up fire hydrants allows us to remove mineral build-up and sediment… read more

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