Ocotillo neighborhoods in Chandler are known for their lakes and waterways but do you know what goes on behind the scenes to keep the lakes functioning? The picture to the right is one of 15 pumping stations that keep the water recirculating, moving from lake to lake, and irrigating over 1,900 acres. But where does the water come from? How many gallons per day are used to irrigate and maintain the Ocotillo Community? What keeps the water from seeping into the ground beneath the lakes? What species of fish are stocked in the lakes and what purpose do they serve? Unless you know the answer to these questions, then maybe you should click the “Read the rest of this entry” button that follows.
Ocotillo Lakes amenities among the best
Besides having some of the most prestigious waterfront neighborhoods in the valley, the Ocotillo Lakes area of south Chandler ranks high in academic acheivement, and provides many family centered activities, and low crime rates compared to national standards and some of the lowest in Chandler.
Chandler Lakefront Luxury Homes
For over a decade, the Ocotillo Lakes area in Chandler has been home to some of the most cherished Chandler subdivsions and waterfront homes. With such employers as Intel, Orbital, and Motorola and other semi-conductor companies, Ocotillo Lakes provides a short commute, highly rated schools and well manicured homesites. Ocotillo lakes includes 167 acres of interconnected lakes and waterfeatures.