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Serving the Community

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The Mesa Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities Department is committed to providing sustainable facilities and opportunities to enhance the quality of life and well being of our community.

Gold Medal Vision

  • Provide urban forests, natural areas, and waters that endure and captivate.
  • Deliver recreation that inspires personal growth, healthy lifestyles, and a sense of community.
  • Create dynamic parks that shape city character and meet diverse community needs.
  • Maintain safe place to play, celebrate, contemplate and recreate.
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Health and Wellness
Among the core values of the department, living healthy and staying active are key components of the many diverse programs offered by the PRCF Department.

Conservation
Mesa's PRCF Department is involved with many projects and partnerships in an ongoing effort to promote conservation and involvement with the environment.

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Fee Assistance
For those families looking for a little bit of help getting involved, fee assistance is provided with many of the programs offered by the PRCF Department.

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Adaptive and Inclusion Programs
The PRCF Department takes great pride in the variety of adaptive leisure programs and inclusion opportunities designed for individuals with disabilities.

All Mesa parks are ADA accessible. Take a look at some exciting inclusive updates coming to Dobson Ranch Park!

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Senior Programs
The City of Mesa and the East Valley Adult Resources have a long-running relationship, offering programs for seniors at two locations, one in East Mesa at the city-owned and operated Red Mountain Multigenerational Center, the second at the Mesa Active Adult Center in Downtown Mesa.

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The Foundation for Mesa Parks and Recreation sponsors new programs and funds facility improvements; disseminates information on existing city cultural and recreational opportunities; and provides a tax-advantage and opportunity for businesses, organizations, and individuals to contribute to the quality of life in Mesa.