Chandler Arizona Guide
The city of Chandler is located in Maricopa County, Arizona and is one of the leading suburbs in the Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) of Phoenix, Arizona. It is bordered to the east by Gilbert, by the Community of Gila River Indians to the south, by Phoenix to the west and by Mesa to the north. The U.S. Census Bureau reports that the population of Chander as of July 2015 was 260,828. According to Chandler’s official website, it was estimated by the Transportation and Development department that the population was 247,328 as of May 2016. It is the home to many satellite locations for numerous technology companies, including Orbital ATK and Intel.
During the holidays, in downtown Chandler at A.J. Chandler Park, there is a tumbleweed Christmas tree on display.
Chandler is renowned for its yearly Ostrich Festival. Agriculture was initially the main business in Chandler, which was based on alfalfa, corn and cotton. The area had ostrich farms during the 1910s, which catered to the demand there was for plumes that were used in women’s hats at that time. As the automobile became increasingly popular, the demand waned. However, the Ostrich Festival commemorates the ostrich farms’ legacy. The 1,500-seat performing arts regional venue called the Chandler Center for the Arts is located downtown. Tumbleweed Park features the Arizona Railway Museum. A 70,000 square-foot Holocaust and Tolerance Museum is scheduled to be built in Chandler.
In 1891 the first veterinary surgeon for the Arizona Territory named Dr. Alexander John Chandler moved to a ranch just south of Mesa to study irrigation engineering. He had obtained 18,000 acres of land by 1900, and started to draw up plans for a town which was called Chandler Ranch at that time. In May 1912 the town’s office was opened. Chandler High School opened that same year. The town was bounded in the east by Hamilton Street, in the west by Hartford Street, in the south by Frye Road and in the north by Galveston Street. A town center was established by 1913 and featured the state’s first golf resort called Hotel San Marcos.
The Basics Of Pool Services
Swimming pools and other such recreational-water facilities are strictly regulated by the World Health Organization, in order to meet the international safety standards and to keep microbial and chemical hazards to a minimum. The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention can offer health professionals and public all the information required in regard to pool sanitation and water-associated illnesses. Certifications for pool and spa operators and technicians can be obtained from the National Swimming Pool Foundation or the Association of Pool and Spa Professionals. These certifications are widely accepted across all states and health departments.
The two main elements of effective pool maintenance are clean water and balanced water chemistry. By establishing a weekly pool cleaning and maintenance routine, you can prevent and sort out most problems that may occur. Always test the pH and chlorinate the water. If needed, apply a weekly shock-treatment.
Good swimmer hygiene practices such as showering before and after using the pool help minimizing contamination. Children suffering from intestinal troubles shouldn’t be allowed to swim. Since keeping pool contaminants away is impossible, you need to address them by effective treatments, if you want a safe swimming environment.
The pool filtration and recirculation system is the first barrier in fighting large contaminants that can be filtered. Their quick elimination limits the formation of chloramines and of various disinfection by-products. In order to optimize sanitation effectiveness, pool operators need to maintain proper levels of sanitizing substances in the water at all times. This is why regular pH checks are so important and why pool owners shouldn’t overlook them.
Swimming pool services are very important, but pool owners shouldn’t neglect off-season maintenance. They should cover the pool once the season is over, in order to prevent leaves and insects from falling inside it. In addition, swimming suits need to be washed and properly rinsed before and after using them. As some laundry detergents are too harsh, they need to be rinsed off swimming clothing before the fabric gets in contact with the water. If needed, you should ask your pool specialist for more swimming pool maintenance tips and advice.