Housing, Community Development & Human Services

20 E. Main Street, Suite 250
Mesa, AZ 85201

Mailing Address
PO Box 1466
Mesa, AZ 85211-1466

Hours of Operation

M-Th 7am-6pm

Contact Information

Fax  480-644-2923
AzRelay 7-1-1


Community Information & Referral 24-Hour Helpline
TDD, Arizona Relay:
800-367-8939 or 7-1-1


Notice of Public Hearing #2

A public hearing will be held on Tuesday, May 30, 2017, at 5:00 p.m. at the City of Mesa Fire Station #201, Community Room located at 360 E. 1st St., Mesa, Arizona 85201 for public input concerning the recommended uses of Federal entitlement funding to be received by the City of Mesa in FY 2017-2018.  Funding will be used for housing and community development activities that primarily benefit low and moderate income persons. 


The Housing and Community Development Division oversees a variety of programs designed to assist  Mesa's low and/or moderate income individuals and families. To accomplish this task, the Division has assumed a number of vital roles within the community.

Our Mission:
Exceptional customer service to Mesa residents, neighborhoods and agencies by providing resources to improve the quality of life for the community.

Information for Individuals & Families

Rental Assistance Programs / Housing Authority

Homeownership Programs

Homeowner Emergency Repair Assistance

Grant Information for Sub-Recipients, Developers & Contractors

The City has been designated as an entitlement community by HUD and this Division also oversees the following Community Development programs:

Human Services

Don't forget that the Annual Point-In-Time (PIT) Homeless Street Count will be held the last week of January, 2017.  Please see the Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) website at www.azmag.gov/homelesscount for the announcement of the exact date that the count will take place.

The Human Services Division is responsible for funding and coordinating a comprehensive social services delivery system for Mesa. This office represents the City on social service issues such as homelessness, poverty, domestic violence and other regional human services issues.