To help people keep cool and safe in the current wave of intense heat, Mayor Donald Grebien is notifying residents of the locations of “cooling shelters” throughout the city. These cooling shelters are available to members of the general public who may lack access to air conditioning.
The locations of the cooling shelters are:
Additionally, the pool located at Veterans Park is available and open to the public beginning Saturday, June 30th from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
“It’s important that our residents know they have safe and air-conditioned places available to them,” said Mayor Grebien. “Particularly, our elderly population which is often most vulnerable to heat-related illnesses which can potentially be fatal,” Grebien continued. “The City has made these options available to help keep people as safe and cool as possible.”
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