Chandler Film Permits & Procedures
Depending on when and where you are filming in Chandler, you may need a Chandler Film Permit. Permits are required when filming activities impact the public on city-owned land and assets.
Each filming activity is reviewed on a case-by-case basis to determine if and when a permit is required. For quick assistance, submit the "who, what, why, and how" of your production needs by completing the Film Chandler form below and a Chandler staff member will contact you to discuss your proposed film shoot.
There are many filming situations in Chandler where a film permit is NOT required – as a rule, a Chandler Film Permit is required in situations when filming activities impact the public at large, for example – the use of a park, restricting street access, and other similar situations.
Depending on the city-owned assets and properties to be used, additional rental fees may apply. An example would be the use of a City of Chandler park pavilion.
Production crews must obtain proper permission from private land and business owners when filming on non-city-owned property.
The submittal of your film shoot form does not imply or approve your film shoot. Film Chandler office staff will respond to you as soon as possible.
Chandler Film Permit Timeframes
Permits generally take two weeks to be issued and permits are issued when filming impacts the community.
The Chandler filming permit fee for residents is $100 and $135 for non-Chandler residents.