Mesa is a city in Maricopa County, Arizona, in the United States. The name is derived from the Spanish words for “tabletop” or “tableland.” The location, a southeastern Phoenix suburb, was established and founded in 1878 by Mormons who used old Hohokam canals for irrigation. The village, laid out on a grid design with 130-foot (40-metre) wide streets, became the focal point of an agricultural and fruit-growing region developed from a Salt River reclamation project. After WWII, it saw outstanding development, and its primary agriculture economy expanded to include manufacturing, tourism, and retail trade.
Mesa is a city in Maricopa County, Arizona, located in the United States. It is a Phoenix town about 20 miles east of the city. Mesa booze and Westwood Liquors are two of the city’s booze businesses. The Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses & Control also accepts applications for liquor licenses.