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Mesa, AZ 85201

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There you are... just who we're looking for! If you got here, we know you're interested in sustainability, green ideas and protecting the natural environment. But 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.MESA-AZ_GREEN no website

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. Find Mesa's Living Green Info Card (PDF).



INVITING WILDLIFE TO YOUR OWN BACKYARD– Create a wildlife-friendly landscape to help restore lost habitat.
Monarch Waystation: Southwest Monarch Study helps you create waystations (a place for the butterflies to rest and feed during migration).
Rio Salado Audubon Center: Check out the Nina Mason Pulliam Rio Salado Audubon Center, a 600-acre park at 3131 S. Central Avenue in Phoenix.
Million Pollinator Garden Challenge: Campaign to register gardens that support pollinators.
National Wildlife Federation: How to create a wildlife-friendly garden and get certified.

Sustainability Events for May - Drab to Fab Backyard Rehab Contest (prize valued at $8,000), Shade Tree workshop and more!

Landscape Watering Reminder for May. It's warming up! 

Find our NEW Low Impact Development Toolkit (PDF) and learn how we can clean our water, water our street landscapes and reduce urban flooding.

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.

Are you wondering how to properly drain or backwash your pool while protecting the environment? We have the details!

Learn more about LEED Fire Stations in Mesa: LEED 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 - Diary of a LEED Fire Station.

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


  • Community Garden
  • Cool City Programs
  • Green Workshops & Events
  • Green Building for Homeowners
  • Sustainability Resources