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Valley Cooling Centers

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FRESNO, Calif. (KMPH) -

Here is a list of Valley cooling centers. Please call ahead to check hours of operation for each location.

 

Fresno:

Ted C. Willis Community Center
770 N. San Pablo, Fresno

Frank H. Ball Neighborhood Center
760 Mayor, Fresno

Mosqueda Community Center
4670 E. Butler, Fresno

Pinedale Community Center
7170 N. San Pablo, Fresno

The city of Fresno opens its cooling centers when the National Weather Service in Hanford forecasts a high of 105 degrees and above.

For more information, call (559) 621-CITY or visit www.fresno.gov.

 



Clovis:

Sierra Vista Mall has partnered with the city of Clovis to help people beat the heat.

People are invited to stay cool at the mall:

Monday through Friday
10 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Saturday
10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Sunday
11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Sierra Vista Mall serves as the city's cooling center when the National Weather Service forecasts a high of 105 degrees and above for Clovis.

For more information, visit www.sierravistamall.com.

 


 

Sanger:

Grace Community Church
1620 Church Avenue
Noon to 8 p.m.

Sanger Senior Center (open to adults 50 and over)
730 Recreation Avenue
7 a.m. to 4 p.m.

For more information, call (559) 876-6300.

 



Visalia:

Transit Center
425 E. Oak Avenue

For more information, call (559) 713-4600.

 


 

Orange Cove:

Senior Center
699 6th Street.

For more information, call (559) 626-4488.

 


 

Merced County:


Merced

Sam Pipes Room
Merced Civic Center
678 W. 18th Street

People can also stay cool by visiting the Merced County Library -- 2100 O Street.

For more information, call the Parks and Community Services Department at (209) 385-6855.


Atwater

Atwater Community Center
760 Bellevue Road
(209) 357-6300
Hours: TBD


Gustine

Gustine Branch Library
205 Sixth Street
(209) 854-6471
Hours: TBD


Hilmar

Hilmar Branch Library
20041 Falke
(209) 632-0746
Available during regular library hours


Dos Palos

City/County building
1546 Golden Gate Avenue
(209) 392-2176
Hours: TBD


Livingston

Livingston City Council Chambers
1416 C Street
(209) 394-8014
Hours: TBD


Los Banos

Los Banos Community Center
645 7th Street
(209) 827-7034
Hours: TBD


Winton

Winton Community Hall
7091 Walnut Avenue
(209) 358-2842
Hours: TBD


For more information, call the Merced County Office of Emergency Services at (209) 385-7379 or visit www.co.merced.ca.us.

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