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Mesa, Arizona is a thriving city with a population of 497,752, and a population density of 3,827 people per square mile. It offers many year-round outdoor activities to engage in as well as local businesses and organizations to explore. There are many popular restaurants like True Food Kitchen, Los Compadres Mexican Restaurant, Red Robin Gourmet Burgers and Brews, The Farm at South Mountain and the La Bocca Urban Pizzeria & Wine Bar. Additionally there are numerous sporting events to watch or participate in such as the Arizona United Soccer Club games or rugby games at Mesa Rugby Park. Outdoor activities in Mesa include golfing on one of many award-winning courses such as Longbow Golf Club or Riverview Golf Course. Other great activities for tourists include visiting the Mesa Grande Archaeological Site or exploring the Sonoran Desert by taking an ATV tour with Arizona Off-Road Tours. With all these attractions, it’s no wonder Mesa has become such a popular destination for travelers from all over!

The population in Mesa is 497,752. There are 3,607 people per square mile aka population density. The median age in Mesa is 36.6, the US median age is 38.4. The number of people per household in Mesa is 2.7, the US average of people per household is 2.6.

Family in Mesa
- 50.2% are married
- 12.8% are divorced
- 29.2% are married with children
- 18.5% have children, but are single
Race in Mesa

- 62.6% are White
- 3.5% are Black
- 2.0% are Asian
- 2.0% are Native American
- 0.1% claim Other
- 27.4% claim Hispanic ethnicity
- 2.1% Two or more races
- 0.4% Hawaiian, Pacific Islander

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As someone who was born in Mesa and has lived here in the 85210 in Dobson Ranch for the last 13 years after moving out from Chandler. I can tell you that most of the  More

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I’m a native to Arizona and growing up here has taught me that people just don’t care, and the Mormon community is huge! It’s normal in the state of AZ for kids to start  More

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My in-laws are huge Meza fans , it might be because their last name is Meza. We have our own Americaucasionispanic cultura.Thats pronounced  More

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