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Cooking Oil Recycling

Protect the environment AND your sewer lines by recycling your used cooking and fryer oil.  Just pour your used cooking oil in a specially designated recycling barrel at one of the City of Mesa Fire Stations listed below. The oil will be recycled into products that can be used to feed livestock, power vehicles, and act as a base for everyday items. 

Locations: (year round)  Baker Commdities Tank

  • Fire Station 204, 1426 S. Extension Rd.
  • Fire Station 205, 730 S. Greenfield Rd.
  • Fire Station 212, 2430 S. Ellsworth Rd.
  • Fire Station 214, 5950 E. Virginia St.

This service is available free of charge. For more information, contact David Gonzales at 480-644-2484 or

Cooking Oil Recycling Flyer [pdf]





Fire Chief

The City of Mesa, Arizona Government announced today the finalists for the Mesa Fire Chief position. They are Mary Cameli, Cori Hayes and Mike Dunn, all currently serving as Assistant Fire Chiefs with the Mesa Fire and Medical Department. The finalists were selected after reviewing several applications from across the country.

“I am confident that we have chosen three highly qualified and talented candidates for the Fire Chief position,” City Manager Chris Brady said. “These individuals know the community, have great relationships with the rank and file members and are committed to the organization and its mission.”

Brady also announced that Assistant Fire Chief Mary Cameli has agreed to serve as the Interim Fire Chief of the Mesa Fire & Medical Department following the retirement of Chief Harry Beck. She will begin her new assignment on Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2016.

Cameli has 33 years with the City of Mesa and currently oversees the Emergency Medical Services Division, Planning and Research Division, Personnel and Wellness and the CMS Healthcare Innovation Grant. Mary has received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Elementary Education and Physical Education from Southern Utah University. She holds a Master’s Degree in Organizational Management from the University of Phoenix.

Cameli will serve as the Interim until a new chief is hired. The final process to determine the next Fire Chief will begin in mid-October.

 Mary Cameli  Mike Dunn Cori Hayes 

Shown left to right are Chief Cameli, Chief Dunn and Chief Hayes.


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