Mesa Residents Invited to Take Survey to Determine Retail Preferences

~ Mesa, AZ - The City of Mesa Office of Economic Development is taking steps to enhance the retail landscape in Mesa by conducting a survey among residents and employees. The survey aims to gather feedback on current retail options and preferences for future establishments.

The online survey, which will be available until April 30th, gives participants the opportunity to voice their opinions on the types and brands of retail they would like to see in Mesa. This initiative is part of the city's efforts to bring more quality dining, shopping, and entertainment options to the area.

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According to Mesa Economic Development Director Jaye ODonnell, it is crucial for residents and employees who work in Mesa to have access to desired goods and services within their community. This not only reduces drive times but also keeps sales tax dollars within the city, which are used for essential services.

The results of the survey will be used by the Office of Economic Development to develop a retail attraction strategy. Residents and employees can participate in the survey by visiting It is an opportunity for them to have a say in shaping the future retail landscape of Mesa.

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