In response to the expected extreme heat, temperatures reaching 90+ degrees, the City of Westland has opened several cooling centers around the City for the entire week of July 15th.  For more information about hours and locations please click here.


Winter Warming Centers Open

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With colder Winter weather, the City has a number of warming centers available for those in need whenever the temperature dips below freezing.   Below is a listing of the locations with their addresses and the hours the warming centers will be open. To verify if there is room available at each site, their phone numbers are listed.

Additional Resources:

With low temperatures it is important to watch for signs of hypothermia and frostbite.  For more information on the warning signs of hypothermia and frostbite please follow this link to the State of Michigan. 

If you know or see someone out in the cold, please contact 911 or the non-emergency police phone line at (734) 722-9600.  Our emergency personnel will work diligently to ensure they are taken to a safe place to stay warm.

Pets should also be considered with the colder weather.  Dogs cannot handle being left outside in temperatures below freezing for more than a few minutes without being at extreme risk for hypothermia, frostbite, and even death.  Please report findings of animals left outside without proper shelter to Neighborhood Services at (734) 713-3852, online, or the non-emergency police line at (734) 722-9600 for after hour reporting.

Also, be careful with your water pipes.  Here are some helpful tips for preventing and thawing frozen pipes.