Mesa is located in Arizona.
Mesa, Arizona has a population of 471,825.
The median household income in Mesa, Arizona is
The median household income for the surrounding county is $53,689
compared to the national median of $53,482.
The median age of people living in Mesa is
The average high temperature in July is 105.2
degrees, with an average low temperature in January of 40.6 degrees.
The average rainfall is approximately 10.8 inches
per year, with 0 inches of snow per year.
No weather information available.
Located 15 miles from downtown Phoenix, Mesa is the third largest city in Arizona. The Mesa corridor has a diversified economic base, from aerospace/aviation, agri-business; automotive and business services to educational institutions, electronics, health services, manufacturing, retail and transportation services. Mesa is a sprawling greenbelt and important Valley business corridor noted for welcoming a diverse culture. Serving as the winter home for the Chicago Cubs, Mesa offers many options for living the good life, from small family-centered neighborhoods to wide open spaces with horse properties, surrounded by numerous parks, good schools, golf courses, tennis courts, historical sites, museums, art galleries, theaters, restaurants, and shopping centers.
Activities and Attractions
Mesa’s Annual Territorial Days in February kicks off a whole year of exciting events. With numerous museums, including the Mesa Southwest Museum and the Mesa Historical Museum, visitors enjoy exhibits while learning something new. The open-air Mesa Amphitheatre is a showcase for dance, dramatic performances, the Mesa Symphony Orchestra and the Southwest Shakespeare Company. Red Mountain Park, created by a man-made lake set against the Superstition Mountains, is a recreational attraction. Skate board at your own risk at Reed Park, check out Cactus League Spring Training at Mesa's own Hohokam Stadium, or visit the Mesa Sports Hall of Fame.