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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!

  • September 15, 2020

    Lake renovation set for Chandler Park Sept. 21

    The Chandler Town Council, along with the Indiana Department of Natural Resources, will be conducting a fish renovation at the Chandler Park Lake. The goal is to eradicate all fish from the lake using Noxfish fish toxicant (rotenone).  This fall, the lake will be restocked with Bluegill, Largemouth Bass, Redear Sunfish, and Channel Catfish. The… read more

  • September 9, 2020

    Chandler Utilities Now Hiring

    Chandler Utilities is currently seeking applicants to fill the position of Maintenance I. This is a full-time, entry level laborer position including insurance and paid time off benefits. Starting pay for this position is $18.53/hour. Job Application Requirements/Details: High School Diploma or equivalent Reliable transportation & Valid Driver’s License Duties to include installing/repairing water mains… read more

  • September 2, 2020

    Chandler to start waterline replacement project Sept. 8

    Work on the Downtown Chandler Waterline Replacement Project is set to begin on Tuesday, Sept. 8, beginning with the portion in the Russell Road area. This area includes all of Russell Road, from Plank to Gardner Roads, and along Gardner Road between Russell Road and State Street. This project is likely to cause lane restrictions during… read more

  • August 6, 2020

    South State Street remains closed through Aug. 19

    UPDATE: Monday, Aug. 17 South State Street between Oak Street and Greenwood Road will temporarily open to through traffic from 7 pm tonight (Monday, Aug. 17) through tomorrow morning at 8 am, and will be closed through Wednesday, Aug. 20 between the hours of 8 am to 6 pm.   UPDATE: Friday, Aug. 14 South State Street… read more

  • May 14, 2020

    Small Business Recovery grants available

    The Warrick County Commissioners have received $250,000 in federal grant funding to assist small businesses, especially those in highly-impacted sectors, such as: food and beverage, personal care, professional services, and retail sectors, in response to COVID-19. Details about the funding and grant criteria can be found below. small business recovery

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