Local Cooling Centers Offering Relief From Heat

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A fan at a Sacramento-area cooling center.

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As the temperature rises, cooling centers in several cities have opened to give residents relief from the heat. The following centers are open to the general public:


  • Rancho Cordova City Hall — 2729 Prospect Park Drive
  • E49 Corporation –2830 G Street, Sacramento
  • Trinity Episcopal Cathedral –2620 Capitol Avenue, Sacramento
  • Salvation Army — 1200 North B Street, Sacramento
  • St. Marks United Methodist Church –2391 St. Marks Way, Sacramento


  • Downtown Library, 225 Taylor Street
    Extended hours, Open 10 am – 9 pm
  • Maidu Library, 1530 Maidu Drive
    Extended hours, Open 10 am – 9 pm
  • Martha Riley Community Library, 1501 Pleasant Grove Boulevard
    Extended hours, Open 10am – 9 pm


  • Modesto Salvation Army is opening up the Berberian Homeless Shelter at 9th and D Streets from 12 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • The City of Modesto’s Water Division will open an outdoor cooling center at Graceda Park on Ninth Street from noon to 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday.


• Garden Acres Community Center, 607 Bird Ave.; (209) 468-3984.
• Northeast Community Center, 2885 E. Harding Way; (209) 468-3918
• Kennedy Community Center, 2800 S. D St.; (209) 468-3986
• Taft Community Center, 389 Downing Ave.; (209) 468-4168
• Boggs Tract Community Center, 533 S. Los Angeles St.; (209) 468-3978


• Manteca Senior Center, 295 Cherry Lane; (209) 825-2301


• Larch Clover Community Center, 11157 W. Larch Road; (209) 831-5920


• Lodi Public Library, 201 W. Locust St.; (209) 333-5566
In Calaveras County, officials suggest people find relief in public libraries, movie theaters or businesses that are open to the public.

Alexandria Mazerolle filed this report.

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