Chandler Parks & Recreation Projects

Chandler maintains nearly 1,200 acres of developed parkland at more than 60 park sites. The city also acquires land, plans, designs and develops new parks and special-use facilities. The city strives to meet the recreational and open space needs of Chandler citizens. As new parks and facilities are planned, city staff works with Chandler residents on their design and development.

Current Parks & Recreation Projects

The City of Chandler has been developing design concepts for potential improvements to Brooks Crossing Park located at 1345 W. Calle del Norte. The park was built in 1986 as a neighborhood park, and a place for residents to play, exercise, and visit with neighbors, friends, and family and is ready for an update to meet the needs and lifestyle of the surrounding community. 

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Located in the heart of downtown Chandler, Gazelle Meadows Park is a classic neighborhood park that’s a great place to enjoy a scenic walk or reconnect with family and friends. The nine-acre park features .56 miles of scenic walking paths, a playground, picnic areas, and vibrant greenbelts.

The City of Chandler has contracted with Dig Studio Inc. to develop design concepts for potential improvements to Gazelle Meadows Park. 

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The city awarded Hunter Contracting Co. the contract to build the Tumbleweed Park Diamond Field Complex.

The Diamond Field Complex will continue the development of the park, as defined by the Tumbleweed Park master plan, and provide additional amenities for Chandler residents. The complex is approximately 31 acres in size and will include four lighted diamond fields, 420 parking spaces, restroom facilities, landscaping, seating, an extension of Pioneer Parkway and all required infrastructure improvements including water, sewer, storm drain and electrical systems.

Construction began in April 2023. 

Tumbleweed Park is located on the southwest corner of Germann and McQueen roads.

The expansion of Tumbleweed Recreation Center marks a new chapter for wellness and recreation in Chandler. Since opening its doors nearly 15 years ago, Tumbleweed Recreation Center has been a hub for recreation and fitness in Chandler. A place that builds community and inspires all to discover, imagine, and grow.

The storied space has plans to expand in late 2023 to meet the growing needs of the community. Chandler Recreation has partnered with leading architecture firm, BRS Architects to review, verify, and update the facility space plan and needs of the community.

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Gazelle Meadows Park Improvement
Dr. AJ Chandler Park
Meadowbrook Park

Additional Park Programs and Information

For more information on city parks, call 480-782-2727.