55 N. Center Street

Mesa, AZ 85201

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Contact Information

480-644-4774 Fax

Interested in sustainability, green ideas and protecting the natural environment? You've come to the right place. ButMESA-AZ_GREEN no website sustainability also includes creating a better community, boosting economic growth, and promoting a vibrant social network. Even the smallest act can make a big difference. You've taken the first step by visiting this site where you'll find lots of simple choices for your next step - finding ways to make a positive impact! With your help, ideas, and participation, it will all contribute to building a sustainable community.


See our monthly Living Green Events by clicking on the link in the blue "news" box, upper right.

Check out our Monthly Landscape Watering Guidelines on our Water Conservation page. 

March Sustainability Savings Tip [PDF] Create a wildlife-friendly landscape to help restore lost habitat.

Water - Plant It Wisely - Are you ready for spring planting? Find all the resources you need for hummingbirds, buzzing bees, fragrant flowers, shady trees.

DID YOU KNOW? Our Household Hazardous Materials Facility is open Wed-Sat from 7 a.m. to Noon. We are sorry for the inconvenience, but the facility is closed until further notice due to COVID-19.

Wondering how to safely drain or backwash your swimming pool?

EARTH DAY is April 22, while many events have been cancelled, you can still visit our Earth Day page for lots of ideas on green living.

ARBOR DAY is April 24, learn about tree care, tree planting and more on our Arbor Day page!

We have great resources for Low Impact Development - design techniques that work with nature to manage stormwater.

Solar Resources - great links and information on how to go solar, ways to incorporate energy efficiency into your home, and some additional, yet creative ways to use our abundant sunshine. Here we also shed some light on exciting City solar projects!

Solar Pilot Program for City of Mesa Electric Customers! Up to $1,000 for residential and $15,000 for commercial qualified solar electric (PV) systems in Mesa's electric service area.

Diary of a LEED Fire StationLEED features were incorporated into Fire Station 219 and 220. What is LEED? Check out our fun, tell-all blog of why this fire station is different.

Large properties can save water and money with our landscape water use calculator.


Resource Pages

Cool City Programs