Mesa is unveiling a community survey to learn about the communities' priorities on climate and sustainability efforts. Input from residents, businesses owners and other stakeholders will be recorded as part of the Climate Action Plan, a Mayor and Council priority initiative launched in 2021. The Plan includes aspirational goals to reduce energy use and protect natural resources and increase sustainability in all City operations.
"As Mesa grows, it's important that we build on our history of implementing sustainable practices, so that we can pass along a city that is healthy at every level," said Mesa Mayor John Giles. "I urge all Mesa residents to get involved in this effort, and to take the survey to share feedback and ideas to help shape our next steps."
The public comments will help set priorities for work going forward. Community members can help guide the development of new strategies, technologies and resources to ensure Mesa continues to be a vibrant, prosperous, and thriving city. The survey is available now through Jan. 28.
There is also an opportunity to share climate action ideas, priorities and concerns on our ideas board and hear what other members of the community are saying. Your opinion will help guide a collective vision for the community.
More information about the Climate Action Plan is available at www.mesaaz.gov/climateaction.
Contact: Ana Pereira