Chandler Veterans Oasis Park is a $22 million multiuse reclaimed water recharge facility developed for the City of Chandler. The site is approximately 113 acres and includes 30 acres of water recharge basins, a police substation, and a community environmental education park that includes a 10,000 square foot Environmental Education Center. Logan Simpson’s landscape architecture team was responsible for all phases of landscape, hardscape, and irrigation design, including construction administration. Our landscape architecture staff developed concept and final designs for park improvements. These included an amphitheater, park area with ramadas and natural play features, outdoor classroom spaces, and a lakefront plaza. The landscape architecture design includes development of several habitats to support wildlife, including upper Sonoran Desert, riparian forest, wetlands, chaparral, and specialty gardens to attract hummingbirds and butterflies.
The City of Chandler has a variety of online resources for Veterans Oasis Park. Visit the City of Chandler website for more information about the park itself. Maps of the Howard Israel Solar System Walk and the park itself are available. The City of Chandler’s Environmental Education Center even has a Facebook page.