East RDA 8-28-17
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Latest Updates:

January 2018

The City is holding a public listening session facilitated by the consultant team.  This is an opportunity for all stakeholders and residents to attend and provide feedback and receive answers to any questions.  Your input will be critical in identifying a strong vision for the area in upcoming years.

When: Tuesday, January 16, 2018 from 5:00PM- 6:30PM
Where: Mesa City Plaza, Room 170 – 20 E. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85201
Format: Informal/Interactive

Please join us!

August 2017

Based on the information collected, on August 21, 2017, Mesa City Council unanimously adopted two resolutions: 1) a resolution creating the East Redevelopment Area and 2) a resolution expanding Mesa's existing Central Business District.

Click here to view the Determination of Blight Executive Summary for the East RDA.

As a next step in the process, the City will begin drafting a Redevelopment Plan, which will serve as the blueprint for redevelopment activities and opportunities in the area.  Property owners within the East Redevelopment Area boundary will receive a letter inviting them to attend any future meetings. The meeting information will also be posted online when available.

July 2017

The data gathering and parcel study is complete, and it has been determined that the area meets the statutory requirements to be formally declared a Redevelopment Area.  The determination of blight was based on the nine blight statutory factors listed in Arizona Statute 36-1471. 

The Mesa City Council will discuss adoption of the study findings at the two meetings below.  This may result in a City Council vote designating this area as a Redevelopment Area. 

East-West Table

June 2017

The City of Mesa hosted an Open House on June 21, 2017 to share more information about the Redevelopment Area project. Click here to view the Open House Powerpoint.

March 2017

City representatives will be working in the area, photographing properties and observing general conditions in the area. The City representatives will not be entering onto any private properties, but will make their observations from the sidewalks fronting properties.

Owners of real property within the area of study will be notified of the date and time of the public meeting to discuss the findings.  Note: The City of Mesa does NOT record a property’s inclusion in a Redevelopment Area.

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