With a heat advisory issued across the San Francisco bay Area through 9:00 pm Monday, cooling centers have began opening up across Contra Costa County.
Here is a list of confirmed cooling centers open as of 11:00 am:
- Senior/Nick Rodriquez Community Center – 213 F St
- Antioch Community Center. The Antioch Community Center is available and open well into the evening. 4703 Lone Tree Way
- Prewett Water Park, 4703 Lone Tree Way
- Overnight cooling centers would be activated if the City declared a state of emergency. Today is a good day to visit the Water Park too!
- Brentwood Senior Activity Center – 193 Griffith Lane
Monday – Thursday (9:00am-4:00pm), Fridays (9:00am-3:00pm).
- Brentwood Community Center – 35 Oak Street
Monday – Friday (8:00am-5:00pm)
- Monument Crisis Center, 1990 Market Street
- City of Oakley does not have a cooling center, but City Hall is available during the day. They encourage folks that may need refuge during the heat of the day to find a friend’s home, a favorite store, or other location where there is a cooled space.
- Senior Center, 300 Presidio Lane
- Pittsburg Library, 80 Power Avenue
- Greater Richmond Interfaith Center, 165 22nd Street
- Trinity Center, 1924 Trinity Avenue
*note – will add more as they are announced that they are open so be sure to check back.
Per Contra Costa County
- Cooling centers may be opened for seniors and people with disabilities during periods of extreme heat. To find a cooling center in Contra Costa call 1-800-510-2020 or 925-229-8434 from outside the county.
- Call 211 for information about how to protect yourself from hot weather.
- Call 911 If you or someone you are observing has a health emergency.