ABOUT THE COMMUNITY OF MESA

Mesa is located in the south-central portion of Maricopa County, and is the third-largest city in Arizona.  The city of Mesa sits atop a plateau which overlooks the Valley of the Sun.  Fun fact, Mesa is a Spanish word that means “tabletop”.

Also, Mesa is home to several attorneys practicing in Injury Law, Accident Law, Personal Injury, Bankruptcy, Family Law, and Criminal defense.  Plus, many other niche forms of law.   Additionally, many Mesa Injury Lawyers offer free consultations and can be very helpful if you are in an accident or have a slip and fall injury.

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Falcon Field Airport, Mesa, AZ,  was built in 1941 in order to train fighter pilots during WWII. As families began  settling in Mesa, and tourism grew after the war, Falcon Field in Mesa become an important and large U.S. airport.  Because of its desirable climate (313 days of sunshine a year!)  and strong economy, Mesa is currently one of the fastest-growing cities in the nation. Also due to the nice weather that Mesa experiences year-round, Mesa is an ideal city for several major-league baseball spring training camps (Cactus League).  Not to mention, the Chicago Cubs have their camp at HoHoKam Park in Mesa.  Some popular natural attractions in Mesa include

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  • Apache Trail
  • Salt River
  • Verde River
  • Usery Pass

Depending on the amount of rain the desert gets, March in Mesa is usually the peak season for wildflowers.  Mesa and the surrounding desert, for example come alive with blooming wildflowers such as lupine, desert marigold, and Mexican gold poppy.  From March through May, cacti also bloom.  In particular, Prickly Pear, Saguaro, and the barrel cactus are a common sight in Mesa.

Downtown Mesa has Dinosaur Mountain at the Arizona Museum of Natural History.  Also in Mesa is the Arizona Museum for Youth, which features hands-on activities and changing art exhibits. Other cultural attractions in Mesa include:

  • Dobson Ranch Branch
  • Mesa Arts Center
  • LDS Mesa Arizona Temple (with Christmas lights in December)
  • Mesa Amphitheater
  • Grande Ruins in Mesa
  • Mesa Historical Museum

Mesa, Arizona Information

  • Population of the City of Mesa: 515,911
  • Average Home Value in Mesa: $124,908.33
  • Average Income in Mesa: $44,356.00
  • Number of Businesses in Mesa: 9,951
  • Employees in Mesa: 151,107
  • Mesa, AZ Average Age: 35
  • Mesa in Square Miles: 272

CONTACT US

    602-600-6001

    MESA

    1731 West Baseline Rd.
    Suite #101
    Mesa, AZ 85202
    Office: (480) 448-9800

    TUCSON

    2 East Congress St.,
    Suite #900-6A
    Tucson, AZ 85701
    Office: (520) 441-1450

    GLENDALE

    20325 N 51st Avenue
    Suite #134 Building 5
    Glendale, AZ 85308
    Office: (602) 509-0955

    AVONDALE

    12725 W. Indian School Rd.
    Suite E, #101
    Avondale, AZ 85392
    Office: (623) 399-4222