Downtown is where Mesa’s historic central district can be found and a growing arts community. Many of the city’s historic homes are also here. The Mesa Country Club is right next to Hohokam Stadium. Sloan Park, another spring training spot, is here, too, as is Mesa Riverview, a popular outdoor shopping and entertainment hotspot.
Dobson Ranch: 85202
Dobson Ranch is anchored by the popular golf and manmade lake community the area is named after. Mesa Community College’s main campus is here. Fiesta Mall and several other shopping centers are located in this neighborhood. Affordable apartments and mobile-home parks dot the north end.
Royal Palms: 85203
Royal Palms is named after the golf course development and shopping center near the middle of this area. The Salt River runs along the northern edge. Park of the Canals is also here. Homes are older and relatively affordable.
Reed Park: 85204
Reed Park is an area popular with families because of its many schools and parks. Reed Skate Park is in the middle of this area. Oak Park Mesa and Oakview Terrace are other subdivisions in this neighborhood. Most houses were built in the 1970s.
Fiesta Lakes: 85210
Fiesta Lakes is named after the golf club near the center of this area. Shopping centers and parks are easy to find here. Apartments, townhomes and mobile-home parks are spread throughout the northern end of this area.