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To make finding information about what is going on in your district easier, I am providing the links to different City of Mesa Boards and Council meeting agendas.

Each agenda item includes a description along with the council district location in parenthesis. This allows you to search for items pertaining only to district 5.

Below is an example of a City Council agenda item.
Item 3a. A07-15 (District 5) Annexing land located north and west of Brown and Ellsworth Roads (0.19 ± ac). Initiated by one of the property owners, Esperanza Canava.

If you have a question or comment about an item please do not hesitate to contact me via e-mail or phone at 480-644-3771.

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District 5 Park Projects

As part of the 2012 Parks Bond Program, District 5 residents will soon be able to enjoy two new parks. One is located at McKellips and Ellsworth, while the other is on the northeast corner of McDowell and Recker.

McDowell and Recker Park

This park is designated for non-motorized recreational uses and will have a wide variety of trails and viewing pods for walking, hiking and mountain biking.

McDowell and Recker Park Trail Rendering

More information about the park and its progress can be found here.

McKellips and Ellsworth Park

This is a 58-acre passive park focusing on the native desert experience. The goal of the park is to create an interpretive educational experience using outdoor desert classrooms, educational nodes and a desert trail system.

Rendering of Avian Educational Node

Rendering of Reptilian Educational Node
Rendering of Mammalian Educational Node
Rendering of Interactive Educational Node

More information about the park and its progress can be found here.

Information on all the 2012 Parks Bonds can be found here.

Councilmember Luna

Office of Councilmember Luna
Fax: 480-644-2175
P.O. Box 1466
Mesa, AZ 85211-1466

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Marrisa Ramirez-Ramos

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Randy Policar

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