City of Mesa

STORM Representative(s)

John Meyer, Environmental Programs Specialist
P.O. Box 1466
Mesa, AZ 85211-1466
(480) 644-6967

Report a Problem

To report a problem, contact the following departments/divisions below.

Environmental & Sustainability

  • Illicit discharges (including pool water) to storm sewer system (i.e. streets)
  • Illegal dumping
  • Standing water
  • Spill events


  • Blocked storm drains
  • Spills on the Street
  • Street sweeping schedules

Other City Links

Stormwater page

City Code
Storm Water Pollution Control, Title 8, Chapter 5

Hazardous Household Waste Events

Water Conservation Information

Code Compliance (e.g. green pools)

Solid Waste and Recycling

Program Summary

When rain falls in the City of Mesa, runoff water is collected by many different types of inlets. The water is then routed via curbs/gutters, pipes, open channels and other conveyances to community retention basins, parks, local lakes and rivers and area floodways. The runoff does not go to a treatment plant.

The City of Mesa operates a municipal storm sewer system under a permit issued by the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality. That permit requires Mesa to implement a number of different programs called Best Management Practices (BMPs). Some of these BMPs include:

  • Retention Basin Maintenance
  • Storm Drain Maintenance
  • Street Sweeping
  • Spill Response
  • Household Hazardous Waste Collection
  • Public Education
  • Hazardous Materials Response
  • Oversight of Industrial Facilities
  • Support of Oil Recycling
  • Oversight of Construction Sites


Tres Rios Nature Festival
03/05/16 9am - 3pm

Tres Rios Nature Festival
03/06/16 9am - 3pm

AZ Stormwater Summit 2016

Glendale’s Surviving the Summer Festival
Fountain Park 67851 N. Sunset Blvd, Glendale

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