About Energy Resources

 

 

The City of Mesa's Energy Resources Department provides safe and reliable Electric and Gas utility services. 

Electric Utility Service

Electric utility service is provided to approximately 15,000 residential and commercial customers located within approximately 5.5 square-miles centered about and including Mesa's downtown area.

Natural Gas Utility Service

Natural gas service is provided to more than 54,000 homes and businesses within the City service area of approximately 90 square miles located in the City limits; and the Magma service area, a 236 square-mile certificated system located southeast of the City in Pinal County, Arizona.

Frequently Asked Questions

Service Area Maps

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Department Earns Prestigious Designation

The Electric Utility division of the Energy Resources Department has been earned the prestigious "Reliable Public Power Provider" by the American Public Power Association. 

John VanGundy

 

 

 

 

 

 

  John VanGundy accepting award

 

 

Tree and Vegetation Trimming Project

The Electric Utility division of the Energy Resources Department has contracted with Asplundh Tree Expert Co. to trim trees and remove vegetation under or near electric power lines. Read about the project and view the maps for more information.

 

"The Lifestyle Source" eMagazine

Check out the new eMagazine offered by the American Public Gas Association. "The Lifestyle Source" has a variety of useful information about energy efficiency, safety, cooking with natural gas, how to make natural gas a part of your home - and more - all at no charge to you!

 

Solar Pilot Program for City of Mesa Customers

Application and sample documentation now available.

 

Check-out our  e-SMARTkids interactive page for kids, parents and teachers!

The energy-use habits your children develop when they are young will stay with them for the rest of their lives. 

e-Smart

Natural Gas Odors and Emergencies - What are they?

Electric Emergencies - What are they?

Downed Power Lines

Utility Theft - Report suspicious activity or a meter that shows signs of tampering or call 480-644-2221.

Streetlight Outages

 

Monthly Safety Message:

 
April is National Safe Digging Month. Call 811 at least two business days before you dig. It's free and it's the law.

Utilities may be buried only a few inches underground making them easy to hit during shallow digging projects. When utility lines are hit, injuries, property damage, and inconvenient outages can result for which you may be held financially responsible. Safeguard your family, your property, your community, and the availability and reliability of utilities.

Do your part! Know what’s below by calling 811 before you dig!



Full Safety Message

 


Family Yard Project

 

 
 

                                                                                                                                    



 
 

WHAT'S NEW?

 

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Tree and Vegetation Trimming Project

The Electric Utility division of the Energy Resources Department has contracted with Asplundh Tree Expert Co. to trim trees and remove vegetation under or near electric power lines. Read about the project and view the maps for more information.

 
"The Lifestyle Source" eMagazine

Check out the new eMagazine offered by the American Public Gas Association. "The Lifestyle Source" has a variety of useful information about energy efficiency, safety, cooking with natural gas, how to make natural gas a part of your home - and more - all at no charge to you!

 

City of Mesa Electric Customer Solar Pilot Program

Mesa's Energy Resources Department has launched a new one-year solar pilot program for City electric customers. The program will provide up to $100,000 of incentives to qualified residents and business property owners in its electric service area who install a solar photovoltaic (PV) system. Since funding is limited, participants who qualify for the program will be selected on a first-come, first-served basis. The program will run from July 2013 through June of 2014.  Visit the solar program web pages for more information.

View press release about the solar program

 
Electric Vehicle Charging Stations in Downtown Mesa

The City of Mesa has four locations in the downtown area with EV charging stations. For more information about the charging stations contact, Anthony Cadorin, Energy Resources Coordinator, at (480) 644-4851 or email him at anthony.cadorin@mesaaz.gov.

View EV charging stations flyer


Check out the e-SMARTkids interactive page for kids, parents and teachers!
e-Smart

Take an interactive journey into e-SMARTkids to engage your child's imagination with educational games and hands-on activities to use energy safely and responsibly at home and at school.
 
The energy-use habits your children develop when they are young will stay with them for the rest of their lives.  Visit www.mesaaz.gov/energy to begin your journey.

 

Events

Are you looking for something to do in the City of Mesa? Visit the City of Mesa Events page for a complete listing of events.

Kids Corner

What is Energy?  Energy is the ability to do work. Energy is in everything.  We use energy for everything we do, from riding our bikes to using the family computer.  The City of Mesa provides electric and natural gas energy to businesses, homes, and schools.

e-Smart

To learn more about Energy visit the following kids websites:

Dr. E's Lab - Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
EIA Energy Kids
Energy Hogs
Kid's sites from U.S. Government
Smithsonian Kids

More Kids Stuff:

City of Mesa Kids and Teens Page     

Energy Resources
PO Box 1466
Mesa, AZ 85211
480-644-4444 (Non-Emergency)

Gas Emergency or Odor 
480-644-4277 (GASS) or 911
(24 hours/7 days)

Electric Emergency
480-644-2266 or 911
(24 hours/7 days)

Email

Report Utility Theft

Office Hours: 
Monday - Thursday
7 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Contacts:

Frank McRae, Department Director