When the weather forecast calls for high temperatures, or a combination of precipitation, humidity and temperatures that feel like 98 degrees or above our cooling centers will be open. These locations will also serve as Charging locations for resident's phones or electronic devices.

Bottled water will be provided to keep residents cool. Residents are asked to bring their own reading materials or any personal items they require. 

Below you will find a list of warming centers with their address, hours and a phone number to call and verify there is room available. Additionally you will find other helpful information.

Cooling Shelter

Heat and Your Safety

When the temperature goes up, it is important to be careful while performing activities and to stay cool.  Your body is designed to function within a certain temperature range.  As it gets too hot it starts to shutdown and cease to function properly.  If it gets too hot and cannot cool fast enough it can lead to severe medical issues.  There are four different types of heat illness.

The State of Michigan has more information about the four different types of heat illness.

Cooling Shelter Locations

You can also keep cool at the City's Splash Park

Charging stations will be available at all City Buildings being used as Cooling Shelters.