The Chandler Fashion Center announced it will be closed on Sunday, May 31 and will remain closed on June 1. (Alexa D’Angelo / Community Newspaper)
Chandler Fashion Center announced on its May 31 Facebook page that the mall would close “very carefully” for the day, and on June 1 the mall was still closed. A recording was reached when calling the mall stating that the mall was closed “until further notice.”
The closure occurred Sunday hours after shops and restaurants in Scottsdale were damaged, damaged, and, in some cases, looted by many people on Saturday night. The protesters came out Saturday night in downtown Phoenix and Scottsdale following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota, last week.
Community Impact Newspaper contacted a Chandler Fashion Center spokeswoman for details on how long the closure would take, but did not hear immediately.
Governor Doug Ducey announced on social media May 31 that he issued an emergency declaration across the state in Arizona with a curfew imposed starting at 8 pm. May 31 and effective for one week after several nights of protest over the death of George Floyd.
Chandler’s recreation tweeted June 1 in response to the curfew, the Tumbleweed Recreation Center and the Chandler Tennis Center will close at 8 pm. The initial closing hours will last until the weekend, according to the tweet.
The City of Chandler then announced that all city programs and facilities would close at 8 pm. because of the country’s curfew for a week.
These include the Desert Oasis Aquatic Center and Dine in the Park in downtown Chandler.
For additional information about the current operational status in certain cities of Chandler facilities and services, please contact directly or visit the city’s website.
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