• All recreation programming and events are suspended.  In addition, we have closed recreation facilities for programming including Red Mountain Center, Eagles Community Center, Jefferson Recreation Center, Webster Recreation Center, Mesa Tennis Center, Kino Aquatic Center and Skyline Aquatic Center. Private rentals of City parks and facilities will be managed on a case by case basis with event organizers.

  • City playgrounds, volleyball, tennis, basketball courts, pickleball courts, and splash pads are closed.

  • All open spaces, passive play spaces, dog parks, trails, and walking paths will remain open for public use from sunrise to 10 PM.  Physical distancing guidelines recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) still apply in these areas.

    • The following park restrooms will remain open and will receive cleaning and supply service as resources allow. All other park restrooms remain closed until further notice.
      • Greenfield Park
      • Pioneer Park
      • Red Mountain Park
      • Riverview Park

  • While parks are cleaned and maintained on a regular basis, we encourage users to remember, the best way to reduce the risk of getting sick and to avoid COVID-19:
    • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
    • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
    • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
    • Stay home when you are sick.
    • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
    • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.

                Updates will continue to be provided at  and our City of Mesa social media channels.


Meet our Staff

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Marc Heirshberg, CPRE
Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities

Responsible for operations, budgeting, planning and strategic management of the department which includes professional baseball stadiums, convention center, amphitheater, golf courses, cemetery, aquatics centers, parks and recreation centers.  Heirshberg received his bachelor’s degrees in Recreation Administration and Therapeutic Recreation from the University of Northern Colorado and his master’s degree in Organizational Leadership and Public Administration from Regis University.


Fred Rustam, P.E., CPM
Assistant Director
Facilities Management Division

Responsible for the oversight of the daily operations involved with the maintenance, repairs and upkeep of all municipal buildings, facilities, grounds and equipment, as well as developing, managing and supervising budget, procurement, space planning, preventative maintenance, establishing maintenance priorities, developing short-term and long-term planning, managing the City’s central plant and district cooling utility and working cooperatively with the City’s energy conservation program.

Rustam joined the department in May 2015. He is a registered civil engineer with more than thirty-five years of experience including fifteen years with the City’s Engineering Department. He is also a certified public manager since 2004.

 Fred Rustam

Aimee Manis, MPA, CPRP
Recreation Administrator

Aimee joined the City of Mesa in 1983 as a seasonal lifeguard and moved her way through the ranks of the Department over her long  career with PRCF. She manages the administrative functions of the recreation operations area with an eye toward efficiency and customer service working with her staff to meet the everchanging needs of the Mesa community by providing exceptional experiences and services. Areas of her oversight include: Adaptive Programs, Aquatics, Athletics, Recreation Centers, Special Events, Special Interest and Recreation Programs.

Manis  works in the development and oversight of comprehensive programming, development of budgets, recommending fees and expenditures, and supervising staff; identifies opportunities for improving service delivery methods and procedures, determines resource needs and alternative funding mechanisms, fosters partnerships, and implements improvements; represents the department on committees, community agency boards, and councils and establishes cooperative programming with other agencies and human service organizations; develops long-range plans and strategies to obtain goals in the recreation operations area.

She obtained her BS in Recreation from Arizona State University and a Master’s in Public Administration from Northern Arizona University.


Dyan Seaburg 
Community Facilities Administrator

As a natural party-planner, it was fitting that when Dyan joined the City of Mesa in 1996 it was as an Event Coordinator at the Mesa Convention Center. Over the years, Dyan has performed sales, marketing, sponsorship, project management and supervisory duties for the Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities Department.  Currently, Dyan is responsible for the operations and oversight of the Department’s commercial facilities including the Mesa Convention Center, Mesa Amphitheatre, Mesa Cemetery and Dobson Ranch Golf Course. Dyan has a focus on creating an outstanding customer experience, and staff development. If you don’t find her checking the turf and trees at the Cemetery or Golf Course, she’ll likely be talking with vendors at the Mesa Convention Center, or enjoying music with the crowds at the Mesa Amphitheatre. Dyan has a degree in Communications from Penn State University.

Dyan Seaburg

Andrea Moore, CPRE
Park Planning and Operations Administrator

Responsibilities include oversight of implementation of the 2012 Parks Bond program, management of other infrastructure and improvement projects in PRCF facilities, maintenance of the department’s GIS data, development of long and short-term department plans, advocate for continuous improvement in our park system, and administrator over the Aquatics and Park Maintenance Division.



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