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The Chandler Chamber of Commerce "Ask An Expert" series continues with "Doing Business with the City of #Chandler" on Tuesday, June 28. The seminar takes place from noon to 1 p.m. at the Chamber's offices at 25 S Arizona Ave, Ste. 201. Feel free to bring your lunch! Register at http:// www.chandlerchamber.com

Find out how to do business with the City!  Christina Pryor, Chandler's Purchasing and Materials Manager, will answer your questions and talk about:

- Why do business with government
- What public entities could be your customers
- How to be informed of opportunities
- Types of competitive solicitations
- How to respond to solicitations
- Making your offer stand out 
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Take note, ‪#‎Chandler‬ residents! July 4 holiday to affect trash collection schedule!

During the week of July 4-9, recycling and trash collection schedules are affected due to the holiday, as no collection will occur on Monday, July 4.

Residents are asked to place their cans at the curb by 6 a.m. the day after their regular collection day.

For more information, visit: http://www.chandleraz.gov/newsrelease.aspx?N_UID=3369
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Do you have a clean driving record and type 40 words per minute? If so, you might find work as a "Googler" testing self-driving cars in Chandler.
Google has begun accepting resumes for drivers of self-driving cars as they navigate to map Chander city streets throughout Arizona's tech hub.
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I nominate +Erik Ammerlaan! :)
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It's Public Service Recognition Week, May 1-7! We would like to thank all City of Chandler employees and our colleagues for their dedication to public service! This week honors all employees who serve our nation at the federal, state, county and local government levels. Thank you, Team Chandler! #PSRW
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#Chandler is the first city in Arizona to test Google’s self-driving cars
  
The City of Chandler has been selected by Google as the next testing location for its self-driving car project. Four test cars already have hit the streets of Chandler to create a detailed map of the streets as well as get more experience driving in desert conditions. Residents can expect to see test cars as Google continues to prepare for the unveiling of its self-driving cars.
 
“I’m honored that Google selected Chandler as the first city in Arizona to continue testing its self-driving cars project,” said Mayor Jay Tibshraeny. “Google is a perfect fit; adding to our growing list of technology companies doing business in Chandler. This decision by Google cements our reputation as the premiere innovation and technology hub of the Southwest.”
 
Google's testing will begin in Chandler and expand to other parts of the Phoenix metro area, making it the fourth location in the country to host a testing program. Testing fleets are currently in the cities of Mountain View, Calif., Austin, Texas and Kirkland, Wash.
 
For more information on how the car works, residents may visit google.com/selfdrivingcar. Residents also can share feedback on how the cars are driving and how they would like to use a self-driving car.
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Looking for a way to give back and assist those in need? The City of Chandler is looking for volunteers to assist with its annual “Let’s Pull Together” community service events, which are held every Saturday during the month of April (April 2, 9, 16 and 23). The initiative helps beautify Chandler neighborhoods during the weed season.

Volunteers are assigned to help remove weeds from alleys and public areas as well as assist seniors and disabled residents with their front yard maintenance. Senior or disabled residents who need assistance with weed removal are encouraged to contact the City’s Neighborhood Program’s Office at 480-782-4354.

Chandler residents are requested to report properties and public areas with weeds. To make a report, call 480-782-4320 or complete an online form at chandleraz.gov/forms/sr.aspx. Residents also have the option to make a report using the free “Chandler PublicStuff”mobile app.


If you are interested in volunteering or know someone in need of assistance, contact Cristabel Dykstra with the City’s Neighborhood Programs Office at 480-782-4354 or email cristabel.dykstra@chandleraz.gov.
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A pavement treatment made from recycled tire rubber will be applied to a two-mile stretch of Arizona Avenue between Ocotillo and Riggs roads commencing Sunday, June 19 and finishing Thursday, June 23. The work will occur overnight between the hours of 9 p.m. and 5 a.m.

Arizona Avenue will remain open to traffic during the work, but lane restrictions will occur. The application of the penetrating sealant known as Tire Rubber Modified Surface Seal (TRMSS) helps extend the life of City streets by preserving pavement oils contained in the asphalt.

Minor maintenance and crack sealing has been performed on Arizona Avenue in preparation for the TRMSS application. For more information, call 480-782-3500. #smoothstreets #recycle #reuse
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Happy #RedNoseDay #Chandler! Start your day off with a smile! Have fun & make a difference for kids!@RedNoseDayUS
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Blood donations can decline by up to 25% during the Memorial holiday week, but heavy traffic on the roads and highways can increase the potential for accidents and the need for blood. Thank you, Rubios, for rewarding May 27-June 3 donors with a voucher for a free taco in appreciation for saving lives around the holiday! #UnitedBloodServices
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Have you subscribed to the City of #Chandler YouTube page yet? Head on over for the latest videos! http://youtube.com/cityofchandler
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When it rains in the Valley, do you know where the stormwater runoff goes? The answer may surprise you.
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Visitors to Chandler’s popular Paseo Vista Recreational Area will encounter construction activity over the next five months. The work is associated with a $1.3 million project to improve the drainage system. The 64-acre recreational area is located on the northwest corner of McQueen and Ocotillo roads atop Chandler’s former landfill, which closed in 2005.
 
The landfill was transformed into a recreational area in 2009, but over the past six years several areas along the slopes of the site have eroded during storm events. The drainage system has been redesigned to better control stormwater runoff. The construction project will remove and relocate some of the existing rock channels and rock filled gabion baskets and install new concrete channels and stormwater piping. Ground compaction and the application of new groundcover also will occur.
 
The construction will be coordinated with the City’s Parks Division to minimize impact on recreational use while maintaining public safety. The archery range and frisbee golf course may be closed for short periods of time to accommodate the work, along with the southbound curb lane of McQueen Road during installation of a concrete channel. 
 
The work is being performed by Redpoint Contracting of Phoenix and is to be completed by Labor Day.
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