Save the date for Celebrate Mesa! This free family festival has games, music, bounce houses, carnival rides, food trucks, Earth Day activities and more.
Saturday, April 14, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Pioneer Park, 526 E. Main St.

2014 Fishing Clinic
Ranger and Police Officer
Citation Issued at Fitch
City of Mesa Park Ranger Giving Sticker
Boat Warning
Park Rangers Fishing Clinic
Park Rangers Fishing Clinic 1
City of Mesa Park Ranger Badge

The City of Mesa Park Rangers oversee nearly 70 parks, 110 retention basins, City of Mesa Cemetery and several sports complexes and fields.  Park Rangers are responsible for a number of tasks within the city limits, including assisting park patrons, patrolling park facilities to deter unwelcome or unauthorized park activities, and act as a liaison between parks, police and fire departments.  Park Rangers also respond to citizen’s concerns, and educate the community in proper park use, natural resources, wildlife and fishing.

The Park Rangers also monitor, warn and enforce the park rules to ensure the safety and security of park patrons, as well as the proper usage of all parks resources.  Park Rangers have authority to give verbal warnings, issue written warnings, issue criminal/parking citations, and/or eject persons from the park for park rule violations.

Park Rules and Regulations