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Mesa pools open May 29

All nine City of Mesa pools will open for the summer, with modified programming and hours, beginning Saturday, May 29. The pools open for public swimming at 1 p.m. most days. Skyline and Rhodes will be open on Sundays.  For…

Salt River Tubing is back for Summer 2021

The Salt River Tubing has re-opened after having a shortened season last year.  Visitors had been very excited for the re-opening and the safety of everyone is still top priority and mask policies will continue to be instituted.  According to…

Mesa Attracts Door and Window company from San Fransisco

Bonelli Doors + Windows, an aluminum door and window designer company from San Fransisco California, has moved its manufacturing headquarters to a 50,000 square-foot facility in Mesa’s Gateway area.  The move brings 35 jobs to Mesa. President of Bonelli Doors…

East Valley Becoming a Magnet for Aviation, Defense, and Aerospace Manufacturing

The Arizona Commerce Authority (ACA) ranks East Valley as Top 1 for aerospace manufacturing attractiveness and Top 2 for largest employment in space and defense manufacturing. Clearly, its reputation has been well built around aviation, defense and aerospace.   Aerospace…

Planned 1.5M square-foot industrial project set for development fronting the 202 Freeway

A development project by Scottsdale Invenstment Management (SIM) and Lapour Partners is set to begin construction later this year. The 101-acre industrial development project will front the 202 Freeway near Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport and will greatly help in boosting the…

Mesa City Council passes resolution to create Education and Workforce Development Roundtable, announces appointees

At their Study Session meeting on April 22, City Council approved appointments to the Mesa Education and Workforce Development Roundtable. The resolution (passed on April 5) established a centralized body to streamline and coordinate efforts to advance Mesa’s education and…

City of Mesa seeks applicants for advisory boards and committees

Mesa residents are invited to participate in the process of local government by serving on the City’s volunteer advisory boards and committees. The City of Mesa seeks the knowledge, expertise and experience of its residents to advise, inform and make…

TTRG Closes on Parcel at US60 and Signal Butte: Backyard Taco, Blackrock Coffee, Whataburger on the Way

The purchase of a 15-acre master planned development in Mesa was announced today by Thompson Thrift Retail Group (TTRG). The total cost of the project is expected to be $28 million upon completion of all phases. The development project will feature…

Register for Parks and Recreation summer programs

Summer and triple digit temperatures will arrive before you know it and now is the time to get your kids registered for Mesa Parks and Recreation summer programs including learn-to-swim swim lessons, aquatic sports teams, summer camps, tennis, pickleball and…

Mesa Celebrates Earth Day and Arbor Day

While we are still not yet able to safely gather in large groups as in the past to celebrate Earth Day and Arbor Day, there are still plenty of ways to stay safe and get involved. Earth Day, April 22…