About Chandler, Indiana
Chandler is a quaint town in southwestern Indiana, situated just northeast of Evansville in Warrick County. Chandler offers affordable housing, excellent school and library systems, and two community parks that provide a variety of recreational opportunities. Annual events, like National Night Out, Chandler Celebration Days festival, Trunk or Treat, Visits with Santa, and more can be found on our community calendar.
With State Road 62 as the town’s main thoroughfare, Chandler is connected to nearby attractions, shopping, dining, and entertainment, as well as Interstates and major highways that provide convenient access to Midwestern cities like St. Louis (177.8 miles), Indianapolis (171.9 miles), Louisville (101.6 miles) and Nashville (163.7 miles).
Location and accessibility not only benefit residents, Chandler businesses and industries that rely on railway and road infrastructure find that they can efficiently connect with customers, as well. Find out more on business planning and permitting, or get details on local demographics and economic development.
A five-member Chandler Town Council governs local policies and regulations, and directs the town’s civic departments – Police, Fire, Planning & Zoning, Storm Water, Water/Wastewater Utilities, Streets, and Parks. From this website, you can peruse minutes from recent council meetings or review our local ordinances.
Finally, we invite you to explore our history, skim our directory of town personnel, read up on the latest news, check out our community links, and seek answers in our FAQs. Feel free to contact us, too.