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Welcome to the Mesa Buzz. The Mesa Buzz is one of our featured locations. We provide Mesa information and trivia for visitors, locals and anyone else curious about Arizona. The Mesa attractions page provides a variety of places to visit and explore. Learn more about Mesa by following our links below. Click here for a map of Mesa, Arizona.

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Buzzin Basics

Established:  1878

Incorporated:  1883

Elevation:  1,273 feet

Population (2000):   396,375 residents:
49.5% male; 50.5% female

Mesa’s average temperature:  84 F degrees

Mesa’s average precipitation:  7.52 inches per year

Buzzin Trivia

Mesa is the Spanish word for “table top” which means a flat-topped, raised area.  The first inhabitants of the area, the Hohokam Indians, lived in that region 2,000 years ago.

Mesa is Arizona’s third largest city.  From a population of 7,000 in 1940, Mesa expanded to almost 400,000 by 2000.  It is among America’s fastest growing cities.

Mesa started out as several separate Mormon settlements.  In 1877, the first Mormon settlers arrived... Read more >>

Buzzin Attractions
  • Mesa Historical Museum
  • Mesa Southwest Museum
  • Apache Trail
  • Superstition Mountain & Wilderness Area
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