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About Mesa

Mesa is a city in Maricopa County, Arizona. The word “mesa” means “tabletop” or “tableland” in Spanish. Mesa has a land area of 136 square miles. The area was first inhabited by Hohokam Indians. The city was then settled and founded in 1878 by Mormons.

Mesa has 485,000 inhabitants. The number of residents grew by 10% from 2010 to 2016. Around 32,600 military veterans live in Mesa. Roughly 26% of residents over age 25 have a bachelor’s degree.

Foreign-born people make up 12% of the Mesa population. The ethnic composition of the population is 62% white, 28% Hispanic, 4% black, and 2% Asian. Twenty-one percent of residents have a native language that is not English. Mesa is home to 74,300 Spanish speakers, 2,000 German speakers, and 1,400 Tagalog speakers.

People in Mesa earn a mean annual wage of $25,700. The median household income is $50,600. Sixty percent of households in Mesa own their home. Sixteen percent of residents live below the poverty line.

Mental Health in Mesa

Access to mental health care is a concern in Mesa. Nineteen percent of residents do not have medical insurance. In 2015, the police department received over 2,600 suicide calls.

The Mesa Police Department has a crisis response team that is trained to interact with residents who have mental health concerns. The team helps reconnect people in crisis to resources. Community Bridges, a local mental health provider, works with the police department to give treatment to residents in need.


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