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Project Description

MESA

We plan to take sustainability to Mesa neighborhoods — simultaneously educating residents and directly implementing sustainability projects.
According to City of Mesa staff, one of the biggest needs is educating residents about opportunities in sustainability that are already available to them. To meet that need, we propose to hold monthly neighborhood sustainability activities where we cooperate with the city and other local organizations to make presentations. But we don’t want to stop there! The other half of these activities will be directly carrying out a sustainability initiative within the neighborhood.
Current efforts include:

1. Researching and networking with local government, businesses and organizations involved in sustainability.
2. Researching and reaching out to Mesa neighborhoods to determine suitable sustainability projects that meet residents’ needs and desires.
3. Researching funding opportunities.

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City of Mesa Updates October 22, 2017

October 22nd, 2017|

by Allison Boley 1. If you live, work, or play in Mesa, please consider taking a few moments to create an account at ImagineMesa.com and say "Me Too" to the following link which encourages the City of Mesa [...]

City of Mesa Updates October 15, 2017

October 14th, 2017|

by Allison Boley   1. If you live, work, or play in Mesa, please consider taking a few moments to create an account at ImagineMesa.com and say "Me Too" to the following link which encourages the City [...]

City of Mesa Updates October 8, 2017

October 8th, 2017|

by Allison Boley   1. In case you didn't catch it last week, we made it to the top 40 proposals and will receive $25,000 to install energy-efficient windows in a low-income neighborhood in Mesa. [...]

City of Mesa Updates October 1

October 1st, 2017|

by Allison Boley   1. We won! Thursday, State Farm announced that because of your faithful voting and sharing, we made it to the top 40 proposals and will receive $25,000 to install energy-efficient windows [...]

City of Mesa Updates September 17, 2017

September 17th, 2017|

by Allison Boley 1. We had a great time talking about sustainable living at Save the Family, an organization that transitions families out of homelessness. Participants had wonderful ideas on how to reuse disposable household [...]

City of Mesa Updates August 20, 2017

August 20th, 2017|

by Allison Boley  1. We are a finalist for State Farm's Neighborhood Assist grant and have the chance to win $25,000 to install energy-efficient windows in a low-income neighborhood in Mesa. You can vote 10 [...]

City of Mesa Updates August 13, 2017

August 12th, 2017|

by Allison Boley 1. We are a finalist for State Farm's Neighborhood Assist grant and have the chance to win $25,000 to install energy-efficient windows in a low-income neighborhood in Mesa. Voting begins Wednesday (August [...]

City of Mesa Updates August 6, 2017

August 5th, 2017|

by Allison Boley 1. If you live, work, or play in Mesa, please consider taking a few moments to create an account at ImagineMesa.com and say "Me Too" to the following link which encourages the [...]

City of Mesa Update July 30, 2017

July 30th, 2017|

by Allison Boley 1. We are planning an energy-efficient retrofit of low-income housing, with volunteers from a power management company. We are applying for a grant, but if you have connections or ideas that might [...]

City of Mesa Update July 23, 2017

July 23rd, 2017|

by Allison Boley 1. This was a great couple of weeks for meetings: The Nature Conservancy, City of Mesa Outreach Coordinators, Sustainable Cities Network, and the Mesa Solar Team. Stay tuned for volunteer opportunities that [...]

City of Mesa Update July 9, 2017

July 9th, 2017|

by Allison Boley 1. Announcing our first Mesa event! September 7 at 11am, we will give a two-hour presentation about sustainable living at Save the Family -- an organization that transitions families out of homelessness [...]

City of Mesa Update June 24, 2017

June 24th, 2017|

by Allison Boley 1. I have reached out to the organization Save The Family with the goal of locating a low-income neighborhood with a high concentration of veterans. I believe such a neighborhood will be [...]

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