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Welcome to Chandler Park, Burbank.
The Chandler Park is a residential neighborhood is situated between Magnolia Park and North Burbank. Chandler used to be street named after the Chandler family, who once owned the Los Angeles Times. In the 1970s, Chandler Street was lined with railroad tracks, but in the late 1990s the railroad was paved over in favor for a community bike path. What was once a quite noisy strip has been replaced by a greenway with a recreational feel, and today the Chandler Bikeway is a lush path lined by flowers and benches. In the neighborhood stands the is the Buena Vista Library, a revitalized facility offering amenities like Wi-Fi, a children's library, plush sofas and study rooms. In fact, the library is actually considered so sophisticated that it hosts the City Council meetings and neighborhood events. Chandler Park is also home to the John Burroughs High School and the Roosevelt Elementary School, and the neighborhood is great for families as it is slightly less dense than most parts of Burbank. There are some shops and stores on Magnolia Boulevard, but in general, the area is focused on single-family homes and the occasional apartment and commercial building. Residents have access to green space with the George Izay Park, which features four baseball and softball diamonds, tennis courts and a basketball gym. The park also encompasses the Burbank Creative Arts center and the Joslyn Adult center, where residents can choose from a wide variety of recreational options.
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