The City of Mesa Water Resources Department recently won the Public Relations Society of America Phoenix Chapter Copper Anvil Award for Best Annual Report for their 2020 Water Quality Consumer Confidence Report. The Copper Anvil Award recognizes excellence in communications and is considered one of the highest honors in the public relations industry.
The annual report is available to all City of Mesa residents and is filled with important information about Mesa's drinking water, including testing and monitoring results that meet over 100 state and federal drinking water quality standards. The report does an excellent job answering key questions that residents may have about their drinking water and is also a great resource in educating the public on how they can help protect the environment.
The report plays an important role in the Mayor and City Council's newly established Climate Action Plan (CAP). The CAP was put in place to help lower Mesa's climate impact, serve as a guide for sustainable growth, and build resiliency for the future by reducing carbon pollution in City operations. The CAP focuses on six areas, including: water stewardship, energy, air quality, heat mitigation, materials management, and food systems.
Contact: Weston Brown