Environmental & Sustainability ensures that Mesa residents are provided with a clean, safe and environmentally-sound community. We promote sustainable development, the use of renewable resources and oversee that City operations comply with environmental regulations.
- Maricopa County "Mowing Down Pollution" Program. Ready to trade in your gas powered mower? In an effort to improve air quality and reduce air pollution, the Maricopa County Air Quality Department in partnership with the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality launched a lawn mower replacement program on June 4 providing $150 voucher towards the purchase of a new electric or battery powered lawn mower.
- Protect our stormwater with lessons learned in these fun new videos!
- Low Impact Development Toolkit is a guide for a sustainable approach to stormwater management.
- Household Hazardous Materials Program: A permanent facility located at 2412 N. Center St. is currently under construction and is scheduled to open in Fall 2018. At that time, we will resume accepting residential household hazardous material.
- Green Mesa and Living Green Events: Learn about sustainability programs and earth friendly advice for your home & garden. Topics include green buildings, energy efficiency, water-wise gardening and more.
- Grass-to-Xeriscape Rebate Program: Take out your grass and replace it with a water-wise landscape and you will save water and receive a $500 rebate.
- West Nile Virus Arizona reported its first confirmation of the West Nile Virus, a mosquito-borne virus, in 2003. Please take a few moments to review how you can safeguard your family and home.
- Air Quality
- Mosquitoes & West Nile Virus
- Efficiency Tax Credits & Rebates
- Household Hazardous Waste Program
- Water Conservation
- Useful Environmental Links
The Federal Environmental Compliance Fee was established to partially fund compliance programs that improve air quality, reduce stormwater pollution and ensure compliance with other public health- related programs.
Use our convenient online report or call (480) 644-3599.
- Excessive dust/trackout from construction sites
- Standing water/mosquitoes/West Nile Virus
- Dumping/spills of hazardous materials
- Improper disposal of harmful products (oil, antifreeze)