Residential Utility Assistance Program
The City of Mesa is partnering with Mesa Community Action Network (Mesa CAN) to provide household utility assistance for Mesa residents who are having problems paying utilities such as water, sewer and electric bills due to COVID-19. Click above for program details.
City of Mesa Utilities
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Mesa has suspended all non-payment disconnects for the time being. Because of this, we will not be granting payment arrangements at this time. We encourage you to continue paying on your account to avoid additional late fees and potential future disconnect. Your account # can be found on your bill. If you get email bills, your account number can be found in the email. You will be notified once the City resumes non-payment disconnects. You can request your utilities to be turned on/off or request more time to pay your utility bill by calling 480-644-2221.
City of Mesa Summer Electric Assistance (SEA) Program
Residential utility assistance program for income-qualified customers residing in Mesa’s Electric Service Area and receiving their electric service directly from the City (not SRP). SEA provides Mesa electric utility customers with limited short-term assistance for their electric bills during the summer months of July, August, and September.
City of Mesa Housing Rehab Program
Helps qualified residents repair and rehabilitate their homes using Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds.
Ability360’s Home Modification program assists qualified people with disabilities and/or seniors who need modifications to their residence to improve accessibility and safety.
Chicanos por la Causa
602-253-0838, APS Utility Assistance 602-618-1974
Assistance for clients experiencing a variety of housing issues including landlord-tenant conflicts, mortgage delinquency, pending foreclosure, utility assistance (APS customers), and incidents of fraud. Home buyer Education classes and financial counseling.
Foundation for Senior Living
Helps connect people with affordable group home and senior living.
Mesa Community Action Network (Mesa CAN)/A New Leaf
Helps low-income households across the city with a host of services that include: immediate financial assistance, employment support, financial planning, education, and health services.
MesaCAN services include: Utility assistance for past due/delinquent bills, Limited rent assistance for families with children under 18 with past due/delinquent bills, and more.
Below is a list of resources available to residents in Arizona who may be struggling to meet housing-related costs as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and a list of support resources for Arizona services.
Arizona State Resources
APS COVID-19 information – Information for APS customers on utility relief during the COVID-19 pandemic
SRP COVID-19 Assistance - Information for SRP customers on utility relief during the COVID-19 pandemic
Save our Home AZ – Foreclosure assistance for those impacted by COVID-19
Arizona Department of Housing – 602-771-1000
Arizona Foreclosure Hotline – 877-448-1211
Community Action Agencies in Arizona – Agencies that provide emergency eviction and utility assistance
Arizona Together – Resources for Arizonans to access during the COVID-19 outbreak
DES Unemployment Benefits Guidance – Information for Arizonans who have lost work due to COID-19 and need to apply for unemployment benefits
DES information on Nutrition, Cash, and Medical Benefits Assistance – Information for Arizonans who are affected b COVID-19 and need to apply for Cash, Medical and Nutritional Assistance
Genesis Housing Services - provides support for individual facing foreclosure
Greater Phoenix Urban League - assistance with foreclosure prevention and supportive housing services
602-254-5611 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Homeward Bound Arizona – a one-year program that helps qualified families find stable housing
Housing for Hope - affordable housing assistance through Catholic Charities Community Services Arizona
Mercy Housing – Housing services are available for families, seniors and people with special needs
Native American Connections - affordable housing assistance
602-254-3247 or email@example.com
877-860-6020, Monday - Friday 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Updates from the Northern Counties VA – Outlines measures being used to continue to serve patients during the COVID-19 pandemic
Updates from the Southern Arizona VA Healthcare System – Outlines measures being used to continue to serve patients during the COVID-19 pandemic
Updates from the Phoenix VA Healthcare System - Outlines measures being used to continue to serve patients during the COVID-19 pandemic
ADOH Eviction Prevention Program – Details of ZIP code coverage and program contact details for the Arizona Department of Housing’s Eviction prevention program
CDC COVID-19 Symptom Checker – Symptoms and testing information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Freddie Mac COVID-19 Mortgage Relief Information – Information for homeowners with a Freddy Mac mortgage impacted by COVID-19
Fannie Mae COVID-19 Mortgage Relief Information – Information for homeowners with a Fannie Mae mortgage impacted by COVID-19
FHA COVID-19 Mortgage Relief Information – Information for homeowners with an FHA mortgage impacted by COVID-19
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
USDA COVID-19 Mortgage Relief Information - Information for rural homeowners with USDA single-family and multi-family housing Direct and Guaranteed loans impacted by COVID-19
VA Home Loan Special COVID-19 Relief Information – Information for veterans with a VA Home Loan on mortgage relief if impacted by COVID-19
Legal Services - Tenant/Landlord Issues: