- Public Works
- Geographic Information Systems
- Online Interactive Maps
Online Interactive Maps
Alley & Street ConditionGeographical areas used by the City of Mesquite Streets Division known as Alley and Street Areas (1A, 1B, 1C, etc). Alleys and streets are assigned a grade (Grade 1 = Good; Grade 2 = Satisfactory; Grade 3 = Fair; or Grade 4 = Poor) based on its condition.
View the Alleys and Streets Condition Map
Property Information - Parcels & SubdivisionsThe City of Mesquite's property parcels information can be accessed from the Parcels and Subdivisions map. You may search for a property by clicking the Find Address tool. Subdivision areas contain information on platted or re-platted properties (property that has been developed with some type of improvement - parking lot, single family residential, commercial building, etc).
Council DistrictsView geographic areas for the City of Mesquite Council Districts Map
Downtown MesquiteDowntown Mesquite Main Street Program Boundary Area – is the geographic area of focus of the Mesquite Downtown Development / Main Street program. The City of Mesquite is recognized as a designated Texas Main Street community by the Texas Historical Commission. The Downtown Mesquite Main Street Program Boundary Area is identified as a layer and it can be viewed by clicking here: Downtown Mesquite Map
Environmental Code Inspection AreasHere you can view an environmental code inspection areas map used by the City of Mesquite Environmental Code Inspection Division which is assigned to staff to monitor the compliance of city ordinances and codes. The environmental code inspection districts are larger in total area and consist of smaller areas.
Fire Districts, Boxes & HWY BoxesView the map used by the City of Mesquite Fire Department to dispatch staff and fire apparatus during emergency conditions. The fire districts are larger in total area and consist of smaller fire boxes.
For example, fire district one consists of fire boxes 101, 102, 103, 105, 106, 108, 109, 110, 111, 114, 115 and 118. The highway boxes are different because they are not polygons (contiguous circles), but are the highways that fall within the city. Specific segments of the highway are designated to an individual fire station. Fire stations are assigned to those specific highway segments based on the quickest response time and direct entrance path not necessarily the closest geographically. Emergency Medical Services (EMS) areas are used to dispatch EMS personnel and ambulances.
Keep Mesquite Beautiful Adopt-A-SpotThis map is utilized by Keep Mesquite Beautiful committees for several different programs including Adopt-A-Spot, Yard of the Month, District of the Year, and the Community Appearance Index.
Parks & Recreation FacilitiesView maps of all public park facilities within the City of Mesquite. Features such as school buildings, sports facilities, pavilions, shelters, picnic tables, and recreation centers will be identified in these maps. Mesquite Independent School Districts (MISD) parks will also be identified.
Police Beats, Districts & Reporting AreasThe Beats, Districts, and Reporting Areas Map is used by the City of Mesquite Police Department to assign patrol officers. The police beats are larger in total area and consists of police districts and reporting areas.
For example, police beat one consists of:
- Police districts 11, 12, 13, and 14
- Reporting areas 111, 112, 113, 121, 122, 131 132, 141, and 142