The City of Mesa wants to hear from YOU about the future of housing in Mesa!
The City of Mesa is in the process of creating a Housing Master Plan, to address current and future needs of housing of all kinds, to best meet the needs of a growing Mesa and its citizens.
What is a Housing Master Plan?
The Housing Master Plan is a section of the City's General Plan. It is a report of collected data and analysis on the housing market, both rental and homeownership, and demographics of Mesa residents, provided by a consultant. In addition, the Housing Master Plan will include policy and strategies to serve as a roadmap for future development.
Why is it important?
Once complete, the Housing Master Plan will help Mesa City Council make important decisions for our community, for the next 10 years. It will guide City Council on planning decisions, prioritizing and balancing all levels of housing demand, identifying the needs of low- and moderate-income households, and providing a framework for evaluating future projects.
How can you get involved?
Housing and Community Development is in the process of updating the Housing Master Plan, and is in Phase II of the process:
- Phase I: Data gathering to provide framework for Phase II
Phase II: Public input
You are invited to a Community Conversation, so we can share with you some of the work that's being done, answer questions you may have, and gather your input and thoughts on housing needs in Mesa.
Join us on either December 4, 2018 at Desert Ridge High School Lecture Hall (10045 E Madero Ave., Mesa, AZ 85209) from 6pm-8pm or December 11, 2018 at Benedictine University Community Room (225 E Main St., Mesa, AZ 85201) from 6pm-8pm.
For questions regarding the Housing Master Plan, please email Housing.Info@mesaaz.gov.
The City of Mesa is committed to making its public meetings accessible. For accommodations, translation, or additional information, please contact Housing & Community Development at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting at (480) 644-3536 or AzRelay 7-1-1 for those who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Si necesita asistencia o traducción en español, favor de llamar al menos 48 horas antes de la reunión al 480-644-2767.