Former junior high becoming park for Mesa residents

Eagles Park and recreation center rendering/East Valley Tribune

By Leah Gilchrist | East Valley Tribune

Residents of Mesa can expect to see a new park and recreation center where Mesa Junior High once stood.

Eagles Park will open as a community space for Mesa residents, offering soccer fields, a renovation of the old school gymnasium and dance room, a creation of multipurpose community rooms, and staff offices for the center.

Following the closure of Mesa Junior High School in 2012 after years of declining enrollment and increasing costs of renovation, the city of Mesa found an opportunity in the space.


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