The city of Chandler is located south of Mesa and west of Gilbert, and was founded in 1912 as a farming community. Today, more than 100 different subdivisions populate Chandler. One such subdivision, Pennington Place Community, features Arizona ranch and Santa Barbara style homes, and average 2,000 square feet in size. Another popular neighborhood, Clemente Ranch, showcases one and two-story homes, up to 4,500 square feet. Crystal Bay is a lake community featuring 169 single-family homes and condos. Other neighborhoods within Chandler include Amberwood, Old West Manor, Superstition Ranch, Stonegate Crossing, San Marcos Country, Southridge, Ray Ranch, Pecos Ranch, and Monterey Point. There are several townhome and condominium options in Chandler as well, such as Cantabria Shores, Arcadia Village, and Lemon Tree Community.
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Amenities: Fitness and outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy popular parks such as Tumbleweed Park and Desert Breeze Park, as well as the Koli Equestrian Center and the Mesquite Groves Aquatic Center. Golf options in Chandler include the Ironwood Golf Club, Bear Creek Golf Complex, Ocotillo Golf Resort, the Sunbird Golf Club and the San Marcos Golf Resort.
Chandler hosts several events such as a Chihuahua race during Cinco de Mayo, the Ostrich Festival, the Tumbleweed Tree Lighting Ceremony during the holidays, and the Chandler Artwalk. Chandler is also home to Rawhide Western Town, a Western-themed attraction featuring live shows, restaurants and shopping. Other shopping options include the popular Chandler Fashion Center, Chandler Pavilions, The Shoppes at Casa Paloma, and the Phoenix Premium Outlets.
Chandler is 17 miles from Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport, but also features its own municipal airport.
Chandler is served primarily by the A rated Chandler Unified School District.