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Questions, Concerns About Housing? Mesa Wants To Hear From You

Arizona’s third largest city is taking a close look at its housing needs.

The city is in the process of creating a Housing Master Plan — a report with data, demographics and analysis on rentals and home ownership.

The Housing Master Plan will help Mesa officials prioritize for all housing levels, identify the needs of low and moderate income households and provide a framework for evaluating future projects.

Two public meetings will be held in early December to share information and gather input from residents. They will take place Tuesday, Dec. 4 at Desert Ridge High School Lecture Hall, 10045 E Madero Ave., and Tuesday, Dec. 11 at Benedictine University Community Room, 225 E Main St. Both meetings are from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Residents who have questions regarding the Housing Master Plan can contact [email protected].

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