Chandler is a city in Arizona, United States. It is flanked toward the north and west by Tempe, toward the north by Mesa, toward the west by Phoenix, toward the south by the Gila River Indian Community, and toward the east by Gilbert. The vast majority of Chandler's economy was effectively supported amid the Great Depression, yet the cotton crash a couple of years after the fact had a substantially more profound effect on the city's occupants. Afterward, the establishing of Williams Air Force Base in 1941 prompted a little surge in populace, however Chandler still just held 3,800 individuals by 1950. By 1980, it had developed to 30,000, and it has since paced the Phoenix metropolitan zone's high rate of development, with tremendous rural local locations gulping previous horticultural plots.