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City of Houston activates heat emergency plan; Here’s a list of cooling centers open this weekend



HOUSTON – In anticipation of the extreme heat this summer, the City of Houston activated its public health heat emergency plan, which provides resources for those who need to take refuge from the heat.

Anyone without air-conditioning can seek shelter at any of the following city buildings designated as cooling centers:

City of Houston community centers, multiservice centers, and libraries will serve as cooling centers. Open during normal business hours. Click here for more details.

City of Houston will designate all city gyms to open as cooling centers from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Bracewell Library – 9002 Kingspoint Road, Houston

Carnegie Library – 1050 Quitman Street

Collier Library – 6200 Pinemont Drive

Dixon Library/ TECHLink – 8002 Hirsch Road

Dixon Library/ TECHLink – 8002 Hirsch Road


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