Mesa, AZ

Mesa, AZ

The city of Mesa has been a member of the Cities of Service coalition since 2009; after his election, Mayor John Giles signed the Declaration of Service ,reinforcing Mesa's commitment to using volunteer service to solve local pressing challenges. With the mayor’s and city council’s leadership, Mesa has been able to move the needle in a number of areas, including community revitalization. Through the current Love Your Block initiative, which began in February of 2014, Mesa has successfully engaged more than 800 volunteers in revitalizing their neighborhoods one block at a time.

Want to get involved? Check out Mesa's volunteer website and Love Your Block website.

For more information, visit Mesa's website.

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Neighborhood Revitalization

Love Your Block

Through the Love Your Block initiative, Mesa is working with community volunteers to revitalize neighborhoods through volunteer-based reporting of graffiti in neighborhoods for removal; clean up and debris removal for alleys, canals, easements, etc; landscaping clean-up for residents in need; exterior home painting for residents that are physically and/or financially unable to complete the work on their own; and painting of common neighborhood areas, which can include walls and community parks.

“Mesa has been able to use Cities of Service blueprints to increase the impact of our volunteers where our community needs it most.”
Mayor John Giles

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