The city of Chandler is located in Maricopa County, Arizona. According to a 2007 census, it was reported to have a population of 246,399 people. Chandler is west of Phoenix and has a total area of 58 square miles. Chandler’s economy is based mostly on electronics and retail. Intel, a computer chip manufacturing company, has four offices in Chandler which have all significantly impacted the city’s growth and renewal. Three shopping malls, including the Chandler Fashion Center and Wal-Mart, are located in the South Arizona Avenue Corridor. These malls have brought more than 2,900 jobs to the city. Residents and tourists in Chandler have access to different types of transportation. Most residents use the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport located downtown for domestic and international travels. Highway systems, including Loop 202, Loop 101, and Interstate 10 can take travelers to different parts of Chandler. The city also has access to two single-track branch lines of the Union Pacific Railroad. For recreation, The Chandler Center for the Arts, a 1,500 seat performance venue located downtown, and the Arizona Railway Museum in Tumbleweed Park, bring enjoyment to its yearly visitors. Every year, Chandler has its annual Ostrich Festival in honor of the ostrich farms located around the city in the 1910s.