General Numbers

City of Mesa

Community Manager
Kamin Havens

2401 South Lansing,
Mesa, Arizona 85209
PH: 480-354-1236
Fax: 480-551-6000

Valley Protective Services
Available all night + varied day hours
PH: 480-518-3399

FirstService Residential
Customer Service

PH: 480-551-4300

Augusta Ranch Golf Course
2401 South Lansing,
Mesa, Arizona 85209
PH: 480-531-5882

Scratch Pub & Grill
2401 South Lansing,
Mesa, Arizona 85209
PH: 480-656-5933


Mountain Vista Medical Center
1301 South Crismon Road,
Mesa Arizona 85209
PH: 480-358-6100

Banner Baywood Medical Center
6644 East Baywood Avenue,
Mesa Arizona 85206
PH: 480-321-2000


Red Mountain Branch
635 North Power Road
Mesa Arizona 85205
PH: 480-644-3100


AZ Central
Mesa Tribune
Phoenix Business Journal


Arizona Government

State of Arizona
Arizona Town Hall
Arizona State Legislature

United States Government

United States Government
United States Senate
United States House of Representatives
White House

City of Mesa Directory
City of Mesa Resource Guide

Animal Control

Cleanup Program
PH: 480-644-2688

Code Compliance
PH: 480-644-2061

Fire & Medical — non-emergency
PH: 480-644-2101

Police Department — non-emergency

PH: 480-644-2211, option 2

Street Maintenance
PH: 480-644-3038

Trash & Recycling
PH: 480-644-2221

Utility Emergencies
Electric Power Outage: 480-644-2266
Gas: 480-644-4277
Water: 480-644-2262

Chamber of Commerce – Mesa Branch
165 North Centennial Way #208,
Mesa, Arizona 85201
PH: 480-969-1307


Augusta Ranch Elementary
9430 East Neville Avenue,
Mesa Arizona 85209
PH: 480-635-2011

Desert Ridge Junior High
10211 East Madero Avenue,
Mesa Arizona 85209
PH: 480-635-2025

Desert Ridge High School
10045 East Madero Avenue,
Mesa Arizona 85209
PH: 480-984-8947

Mesa Public Schools
63 E. Main St., #101, Mesa, AZ 85201-7422
PH: 480-472-0201 | en español 480-472-0205

Gilbert Public Schools
140 South Gilbert Rd
Gilbert, AZ 85296
PH: 480-497-3300

Arizona State University
975 S. Myrtle Ave
Tempe, AZ 85281

Maricopa County Community Colleges

In an emergency, dial 911 immediately

An emergency is any situation that requires immediate assistance from the police, fire department, or ambulance.

Examples include fire, crime (especially if in progress), car crash (especially if someone is injured), or a medical emergency, especially for symptoms that require immediate medical attention.

When you call 911, be prepared to answer the call-taker’s questions. The call-taker’s questions are essential to get the right kind of help to you quickly. Many 911 centers can tell you precisely what to do until help arrives, such as providing step-by-step instructions to aid someone choking or needing first aid or CPR.

Be prepared to follow any instructions the call-taker gives you. Do not hang up until the call-taker instructs you to do so. Questions include:

  • Location of emergency (street address)
  • The phone number you are calling from
  • The nature of the emergency
  • Description of a person or persons who may have committed a crime; size and whereabouts of the fire, etc.
  • Description of injuries or symptoms experienced by the person having a medical emergency
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