With temperatures expected to reach or exceed 100 degrees Tuesday, cooling centers around the DMV are opening to help keep residents and the homeless cool.
To help residents deal with the heat, the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission is opening cooling centers across the county. The centers will be open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. through the week.
A combination of record-high temperatures and temperatures continuing to climb through the weekend has local cooling centers working overtime. Whether you are still without power or desperately just in need of a place to cool off, there is likely a cooling center for you nearby.
Alexandria City: Chinquapin Alexandria City: Charles Houston Alexandria City: Cora Kelly Alexandria City: Sam Tucker Arlington County: Central Library – 11am-9pm Fairfax City: Sherwood Center – 10 am – 4 pm Fairfax County: Lee District RECenter, 6601 Telegraph Road, Franconia Fairfax County: Mount […]
• A number of Recreation Centers are open on Wednesday, July 4, 2012: Operating from 10:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.: o Ward 2: Jelleff Recreation Center — 3265 S Street, NW o Ward 3: Palisades […]
Annapolis City Website: Phone: (410) 216-9167 Anne Arundel County Cooling Centers: Phone: (410) 222-0604 Baltimore City Cooling Centers: Phone: (410) 396-6188 Calvert County Website: Phone: (410) 535-1600 Charles County Website: Phone: (301) 609-3465 Frederick County […]