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Gas/Electric Info for Builders & Suppliers

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Builders & Developers

The Business Development group in the Energy Resources Department caButton_ServiceAreaMapsn identify the location of existing gas and electric utilities, provide "will serve" letters, and direct you to the proper agencies and/or individuals to make sure all your questions and concerns are addressed. 

Contact Lori Bonilla, Business Development Coordinator, at 480-644-2652, with any questions related to establishing new natural gas or electric service.

In order to economically install natural gas, all builders/developers are required to provide a trench or an approved sleeve material when installing gas service lines from the home gas pipelines to the City's gas main located at the property line.  With adequate separation from other utilities, Mesa Gas allows the use of joint trenching for gas service line installations.

To request a natural gas service order, schedule service installations, or to request a natural gas meter to be set, call our builder/developer line at 480-644-5555.

The following requirements must be completed before scheduling services:

  • A trench or approved sleeve material extending from within two feet of meter location to within two feet of the City's gas line located near the property line.
  • The trench/sleeve must be excavated/installed at a minimum depth of two feet as measured from finish grade.
  • Ensure that the location of customer's piping complies with Mesa Gas requirements shown in Mesa details GD-1.3, GD-1.4, GD-1.5 and GD-3.9. Gas Detail Drawings.

Contact the City of Mesa Building Safety Department to start the permitting process at 480-644-4273.

Safe excavation begins with you. Before starting any digging project, call 811 to have all underground utilities located and marked accordingly.  Your organization can also receive free damage prevention and safety training.  Train employees about Arizona 811 and digging safely when working around water, wastewater, electricity, and natural gas.

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Energy Supplies

How the City of Mesa Resources Department procures its natural gas and electric power.

 

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