|Exposure to extreme heat can be life threatening. Learn how to stay cool during hot weather.|
With the summer heat upon us, communities across the state are preparing to open cooling centers. On unusually hot summer days, a cooling center is a place where you and your family can go to cool off. The centers are often located in local government-run senior centers or neighborhood parks and recreation sites and are open to all. Typical locations include:
To find a designated cooling center near you, please use the locator, or view the list of cooling centers locations (PDF, 87 KB), or call PG&E's toll free cooling centers locator line 1-877-474-3266. For more information about cooling centers in your area, please contact your local city or county. Please note that hours and locations are subject to change.
|Yes. Cooling Centers are for everyone, especially those at risk of getting a heat-related illness: |
• Senior citizens
• People with a medical condition
• People with a disability
• Infants and young children
| • Stay hydrated |
• Go to a cool place like a mall or library
• Plan ahead — Check the weather forecast
Get more tips on staying cool this summer!