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  • Minimum Age of Accepted Residents
  • Activities Onsite
  • Devotional Services Available
  • Indoor Common Areas
  • Meals Provided
  • Aging in Place
  • Nurses on Staff
  • Podiatrist Available
  • Physical Therapy Available
  • Occupational Therapy Available
  • Speech Therapy Available
  • Complimentary Transportation
  • Activities Offsite
  • Beauty & Barber Services
  • Pets Allowed
  • No Smoking Allowed in Private Areas Indoors
  • No Smoking Allowed in Public Areas Indoors
  • Wheelchair Accessible Showers
  • Hospice Available
  • Respite Available
  • Resident Parking Available
  • Male Residents Accepted
  • Female Residents Only
  • Doctor on Call
  • Nurse on Call
  • Dentist Available
  • 4.3 of 5 average rating of 42 reviews
From the Community

We offer a home like setting and cheerful smiles from our professional staff who greet you everyday.
Our caring staff offers the assistance you need while respecting your independence.

Our peaceful setting, restaurant style dining experience, activities and beautiful setting combine
to create a wonderful living environment everyday. Our genuine caring staff, home style meals, daily
activities add to our residents' experience. They will tell you they appreciate all the options while
living at an Brookdale Senior Living community.

The sense of community is all around you when you become part of the Brookdale family. Through special
events, activities, clubs and ongoing cultural enrichment programs, we offer unlimited opportunities
for you to get to know other residents and us. Call to set up an appointment for a tour because we
delight in showing you our home.

Our Family is Committed to Yours.

When you think of Arizona, you might think of scenic desert landscapes where people escape the cold and snow of winter. Many people relocate to Arizona to enjoy the mild climate and get away from health problems. The climate in Arizona is easier on many health issues, including respiratory and arthritis. Mesa, Arizona is no different, however, living out your golden years there does not have to be boring. There is plenty to keep yourself busy and entertained.

City Information

Mesa is the third largest city in Arizona and is located in the Sonoran Desert. It is a suburb that is 20 miles east of Phoenix. The 2010 Census lists the population as 439,041. It is a city of equal opportunity for both men and women since both populations are about equal.

Walkability score 31: While the general walkability score for Mesa, Arizona as a whole is 71, the area surrounding Brookdale East Mesa is not really walker friendly. Yes, there may be some places where you can walk to without issue. However, to complete some everyday errands, you will need a reliable mode of transportation.

Average age of population 36: Mesa may seem like a young city, with the average age of the population being 36, but Mesa is a common place for older people to relocate to escape wintry weather and health problems. Regardless of what your age may be, Mesa offers a large variety of activities and culture to allow anyone to lead an active life.

Number of senior living communities in Mesa, AZ: 646

Veterans' facilities: Veterans looking for top of the line healthcare will not have to worry when they check into the Southeast Veterans Affairs Health Care Clinic. They will receive top-notch healthcare from highly skilled and professional doctors and nurses. Veterans Connect is a service that provides resources to assist veterans with whatever their needs may be from housing to education to healthcare. Every Memorial and Veterans Day, veterans are honored with special ceremonies, parades, discounts, and luncheons.

Weather: If you are a fan of all four seasons, Mesa, Arizona may not be the place for you. Winter is virtually non-existent in Mesa, as the average January temperature is 67 degrees. Typically, there is no snow, unless there are uncommon weather factors occurring. July is the hottest time of the year, with the average temperature about 106 degrees. Weather conditions make it very difficult to grow anything in the ground, like vegetable or flower gardens.


Most places in Mesa, Arizona are easy to walk to. You can exit your front door and literally walk to just about any location you need to complete daily errands. However, if you live in the areas surrounding Brookdale East Mesa, walking to a daily errand location is more difficult. You will likely need a reliable mode of transportation, however, that does not necessarily mean you will need to own a vehicle.

Buses and transit rail: The Metro Valley Rail provides fixed bus and rail routes in and around Mesa, Arizona. Senior citizens may qualify for reduced rates and passes, depending on the area.

Airports: Falcon Field provides an excellent opportunity for weekend pilots to go out and fly to their heart's content. This is extremely convenient for people who fly as a hobby. However, if you are looking to get away from Mesa, Arizona for a vacation, Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport and Sky Harbor International Airport provides flights to your destinations.

Other: Like any other major city, technologically savvy seniors can log into Uber or Lyft and arrange for the transportation needed to get from point A to point B.

Healthcare and Safety

As previously mentioned, Mesa, Arizona is often the destination for people looking to escape chronic health problems, such as respiratory issues and arthritis. Seniors looking for the best healthcare possible will not have to look far for Banner Baywood Medical Center, HealthSouth East Valley Rehabilitation Hospital, and the Arizona Spine and Joint Hospital nearby.

Crime rate 1 in 239: There is really no difference between living in Mesa or Phoenix, Arizona, when it comes to being a victim of a violent crime. You are equally as likely to fall victim in Mesa as you are in any other part of the state.

Sports and Leisure

Sports lovers will appreciate that Mesa is the Spring Training home of the Oakland Athletics. There are many places where seniors can meet to work out and stay in shape, including aquatic centers and gyms. Golf lovers will want to look into becoming a member of the Mesa Country Club. You can also travel to nearby Phoenix to see professional sports being played, including baseball, basketball, and hockey.

Entertainment and Attractions

Mesa, Arizona does not disappoint residents looking for entertainment and attractions. Simply take a walk and take in the breathtaking desert outdoors. Smell the fresh air for the first time while escaping the respiratory problems of crowded major cities. Everywhere you turn, there is always something to do in Mesa.

Arts and Museums: The Mesa Arts Center and the Mesa Amphitheatre are great places to take in a concert of any music genre. Explore the Arizona Museum of National History and the Mesa Historical Museum and learn about Arizona's historic beauty. There are also theaters nearby where you can enjoy a Broadway show or the latest offerings from Hollywood.

Restaurants and eateries: Mesa is known for its Mexican and Southwestern food flare. You are likely to find both local and national restaurants specializing in each. There are also plenty of the national chains, including Starbucks, Dunkin Donuts, McDonalds, Burger King, Olive Garden, the Outback, and much more. Local favorites serve up the best in Indian, Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, Italian, Greek, Polish, and German cuisine. There are also several coffee shops, dessert bakeries, and sports bars to choose from.

Religious Services

No religious faith is left out in Mesa, Arizona. Latter-Day Saints, Baptists, Christians, Lutherans, Episcopalians, Presbyterians, Jews, and Methodists will likely find their churches in the area.