Mesa can hardly be defined as a ‘community’. Home to nearly half a million residents, Mesa is statistically the third-largest city in Arizona, even though it’s technically a suburb of Phoenix. For those who love the bustle of city life, but like the price tag of the suburbs, Mesa might be for you!

Mesa is divided into six main neighborhoods, each with its own look and feel. The Southeast neighborhood is mostly populated by young families who appreciate the practical price-tags on their single-family ranches. The crime rates are low, and the schools are highly ranked by parents. On the other side of town, the Northeast neighborhood tends to draw a more upscale crowd, including empty-nesters and retirees. Here, you’ll find luxury houses and estates, many in gated neighborhoods, plus a healthy number of spas, massage parlors, fitness centers, and other exclusive amenities. The young, single, professional crowd tends to favor the Central neighborhood where condos and townhomes are the norm and downtown amenities are within walking and biking distance. 

No matter where you live in Mesa, you’ll find plenty to do. Two clean rivers and three large lakes are scattered throughout the city offering residents a welcome opportunity to cool off with some boating, kayaking, paddle boarding, swimming, tubing, or fishing. Usery Mountain Regional Park is close by and offers ample opportunities to enjoy the beautiful great outdoors. It’s a popular spot for geocaching, horseback riding, archery, shooting, hiking, biking, camping, and sky watching. True to Arizona fashion, Mesa hosts several golf courses, plus go-karts, aerial tours of the nearby mountains and canyons, hot air balloon rides, nature programs, and more. The possibilities to get outside are literally endless. 

Not to be outdone, the history and art scene are second-to-none. The Amphitheater is an outdoor concert venue that’s open year-round to concerts and shows. The Museum for Youth, Air Force Museum, and museum of history and science are popular locations for school field trips and family outings. And the Mesa Arts Center is the focal point for local theater. Plus, you can always find an art show, local boutique, or market to attend.

When your outdoor adventures and art escapes are over, you can stop at one of the many local shopping centers and find pretty much everything you could possibly need. Healthy grocers, retail favorites, fine dining, swank coffee shops and bistros, jewelry and clothing, and more are never hard to come by. All your local professional needs will be nearby, as well. From pediatricians to dentists to financial advisors and more, Mesa literally has everything you need. 

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