Sister Cities kids
Exchange students participating in the Sister Cities exchange
program enjoy a day of fun at SunSplash. The students are from
Burnaby, Canada, Guaymas, Mexico and Caraz, Peru.

PROJECT UPDATE: Pedestrian Pathway on Dobson between Broadway and Main

UPDATE ON RHODES AQUATIC COMPLEX SUMMER HOURS! 

IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING UNDERGROUND BURIED GAS LINE
The City of Mesa owns, operates and maintains the gas piping system up to, and including the meter found outside a home or business. Piping from the gas meter to each gas appliance belongs to the property owner and it is their responsibility to maintain. This piping, much like the plumbing and electrical system, needs to be maintained. This also includes the gas piping to any outdoor appliances such as barbeque grills or pool heaters.

In order to maintain the safest system possible and avoid any potential hazards, the City of Mesa encourages all customers to periodically inspect their piping for leaks and corrosion (rust). If an unsafe condition is discovered and repairs are needed, customers should always call a professional for repairs. If you smell gas (rotten egg smell), hear the sound of escaping gas (hissing noise), or suspect a line break, leave the area and call 480-644-4277(GASS) or 911.

The city of Mesa's highest priority is public safety. Working together we can provide the safest and most reliable energy service for everyone. For additional questions regarding customer piping, please visit the Energy website or call the City of Mesa at 480-644-4552.

Service Line Warranty Program Info

This is your Mesa!
Learn the history of Mesa, see how it has progressed and share ideas on what you want your Mesa to look like 40 years from now. Visit This Is My Mesa today!

 

 
Upcoming Events
August 1 - Coffee with the Councilmember
August 22 - PD vs. MFMD FlowRider Event and Fundraiser
September 27 - Dobson Ranch HOA Golf Tournament

2013-14 District 3 Update

Shop On Main!


Eye on Mesa: Project Zorro


Eye on Mesa: Toy Delivery



Eye on Mesa: EVIT and the Toy Drive


Mesa Fire and Medical Good Samaritan Awards



Mesa Fire and Medical Department


District 3 Video Update





 

About Dennis Kavanaugh

Council District Map

Phone Directory

To find City services and facilities near your home, visit Interactive Map

Learn more about issues in District 3

To make finding information about what is going on in your district easier, I am providing the links to different City of Mesa Boards and Council meeting agendas.

Each agenda item includes a description along with the council district location in parenthesis. This allows you to search for items pertaining only to district 3.

Below is an example of a City Council agenda item.
Item *7f. Rhodes Junior High School Pool Rehabilitation (CMAR - Construction Phase), City of Mesa Project No. 01-861-001. (District 3)

If you have a question or comment about an item please do not hesitate to contact me via e-mail or phone at 480-644-3003.

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Was your trash barrel missed? Instructions on how to report a missed container available.

Avoiding False Alarms during monsoon season

The City of Mesa has recognized there is an issue with an odor at Baseline and Price roads.  If you do smell an odor please email or call us and include the date and time of the incident.  We can be reached at charlotte.mcdermott@mesaaz.gov or 480-644-5294.

MPA

Councilmember Dennis Kavanaugh 

Office of Councilmember Kavanaugh
Phone:480-644-3003
Fax: 480-644-2175
P.O. Box 1466
Mesa, AZ 85211-1466
E-mail

Council Assistant
Jared Archambault
644-6275
E-Mail

Public Information Officer
Randy Policar
644-4750
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Hours: Mon. - Thur.
7 a.m. - 6 p.m.
 
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