City of Mesa News
The City of Mesa will celebrate the five-year anniversary of its partnership with Nextdoor, the free and private social network for neighborhoods established to improve citywide and neighbor-to-neighbor communications.
The City of Mesa continues to look for volunteers to participate in National Make a Difference Day Saturday, Oct. 27 between 7 a.m. and noon and other project dates in October.
Mesa Mayor John Giles was joined by Arizona Governor Doug Ducey, Apple Vice President of Global Real Estate and Facilities Kristina Raspe and Site Operations Manager Damon Smith for a grand opening ceremony for Apple's Arizona Data and Global Command Center, 3740 S. Signal Butte Road.
In honor of surpassing 50,000 users on Nextdoor.com, the City would like to recognize Nextdoor.com Good Neighbors who've made the greatest use of the social networking site in their neighborhoods.
Thanks to the generosity of the community, the Mesa Hydration Donation Campaign has collected thousands of bottles of water to help people in need, including the homeless and unsheltered during the hot summer months.
The City of Mesa has received the Technical Innovation Award from the American Public Works Association (APWA). The City was recognized for the East Valley Arterial Travel Time Map Project.
Fall is just a few weeks away and Mesa's recreation programs and classes are the perfect way to keep families active and having fun.
Residents attending the July 4th Republic Services Arizona Celebration of Freedom this year will have a chance to help thousands of families in the Mesa community who are in need of food through the "Fill the Mesa Parade Fire Truck."
The i.d.e.a Museum in Mesa is hosting the “Artful Play! Games & Toys” exhibition June 15 through Sept. 9.
The City of Mesa Office of Economic Development has launched AerialMesa.com, which is a virtual reality tool offering a bird’s-eye view of Mesa's business district.
The SOURCE Conference 2018 Southwest Cybersecurity and Information Security Event will be held at the Mesa Convention Center Feb. 26 to March 1.
The i.d.e.a. Museum in Mesa is inviting young people to plan to spend their spring break at the museum's Mini Maker and Wonder Camps, which are two hands-on STEAM programs for children ages 4 to 9.
Mesa District 6 Council member Kevin Thompson has been appointed for a third term on the Community and Economic Development Federal Advocacy Committee, which is part of one of the nation's largest organizations dedicated to advocacy for strengthening cities, towns and villages.
Mesa CPA Christopher Jones has been appointed to the City of Mesa Board of Adjustment.
After an eight-month closure that included a $7.9 million renovation project, Mesa's Pioneer Park has reopened with features such as a multi-story playground and a splash pad with 15-foot-high water wall -- the first of its kind in Arizona.
In the wake of facing nearly $3.7 million in budget cuts, the Mesa Fire and Medical Department has developed a private/public partnership that allows businesses to sponsor messages on fire trucks and other department equipment to offset their budget loss.
As the holidays wind down, the City of Mesa is sponsoring a "Treecycle" program and offering residents several 24-hour sites throughout the city where they can drop-off their Christmas trees to be recycled.
The City of Mesa is celebrating its 100 years of providing electric and natural gas service to its residents with a series of utility box artwork depicting an “energizing theme.”
The city of Mesa is warning its water customers in certain areas of the city that they could see some cloudiness in their water supply through January but that the water supply remains safe.