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City of Chandler COVID-19 Message from the Mayor 0n March 18.

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Listen in as Mayor Kevin Hartke addresses how he, City Council and City leaders are keeping the health and safety of our community their utmost priority as we navigate through the potential impacts of the Coronavirus. Along with canceling special events last week through April 30, today Mayor and Council announced the following: •All four Chandler Public Libraries will be closed starting tomorrow, March 19 through March 31. •All recreational and aquatic facilities will close Saturday, March 21 through March 31. •Chandler Senior Center will close Saturday, March 21 through March 31, but we will continue to provide carryout or delivery of hot meals to our senior community that depends on this service. •The Tennis Center will remain open and will be practicing social distancing. •Meetings the City is legally obligated to conduct, such as City Council meetings and Planning and Zoning Commission, will continue to be held. All other public meetings are canceled. We will continue to monitor this situation on a daily basis and make decisions that put the community first.

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Message from Vice Mayor Rene Lopez: Non Profits on March 20, 2020

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Hello Chandler, I’m Vice Mayor Rene Lopez. During this unprecedented time, our nonprofits are working hard to continue to provide much-needed services to residents, and they need your help. For Our City – Chandler is working diligently to be the ongoing collective source of information for residents who are in need of assistance and for those who are looking for ways to help. You can visit forourcitychandler.org for updated, real-time information on both the services provided and the needs of Chandler nonprofits. Although we have many nonprofits in Chandler dedicated to serving our residents, the website will focus on high-risk populations that may be affected by COVID-19. Many nonprofits have shared that monetary donations are one of the best ways you can help. Funding can help with things such as: • Scheduling a nurse to do quality checks on homebound seniors. • Purchasing essential supplies for staff assisting residents. • Food banks obtaining enough food for clients. • Food and staff to help maintain the meals-on-wheels program for seniors. Again, please visit the For Our City – Chandler website for up-to-date information on how you can help your neighbors in need. https://forourcitychandler.org Thank you for your support. Please visit chandleraz.gov/COVID19 and follow our social media channels for daily updates.

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Message from Councilmember Mark Stewart on March 19, 2020

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Good evening, Chandler! By now, you’re probably aware of Governor Doug Ducey’s executive order placing additional restrictions to combat the spread of the Coronavirus. One of these orders mandates restaurants in Arizona counties with confirmed COVID-19 cases to provide dine-out options only, and that all bars in those counties close. This also applies to movie theaters and gyms. This order is effective close of business Friday, March 20. As we navigate this uncharted territory, our local businesses are facing hard times ahead. We’ve received numerous questions from our business community; listen in as Councilmember Mark Stewart shares how the City and local partners are working together to provide support and resources to sustain our local economy. We are encouraging business owners to voice concerns, review resources and learn more at chandleraz.gov/COVID19BusinessResources.

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03/16/2020 A Message from Mayor Kevin Hartke, City Manager Marsha Reed, and Fire Chief Tom Dwiggins on COVID-19.

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In order to provide the Chandler community with the most up-to-date and accurate information as developments to Coronavirus continue to evolve and what that means for our City and citizens, we’ve created a single source for information from the City: chandleraz.gov/COVID19. Please continue to get updates and information about the Coronavirus disease from the health experts at: • Arizona Department of Health Services (azdhs.gov) • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (cdc.gov) • Maricopa County Department of Public Health (maricopa.gov/5302/Public-Health) • World Health Organization (who.int)

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