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High Temperatures Expected: How to Keep Cool and Protect Yourself

Post Date:08/31/2017 1:57 PM

Note: Central Park Library Hours Updated  

The National Weather Service has issued an excessive heat watch impacting Santa Clara County this weekend, with the highest temperatures expected Friday-Sunday, September 1-3. Residents and visitors are encouraged to follow hot weather safety tips and seek relief from the heat. Keep cool and protect yourself with these hot weather safety tips from the County of Santa Clara Public Health Department.

The City has five cooling centers that will be open during normal business hours, as outlined below. Outside of normal operational hours, feasible alternatives include shopping malls, movie theaters, and other air-conditioned locations.

Central Park Library
2635 Homestead Road (408) 615-2900

Mon-Tue:10am-9pm (9/4/17 Open Labor Day 1pm-5pm)
Wed:10am-9pm
Thurs: 10am-9pm
Friday: 10am - 6pm
Sat: 10am-6pm
Sun: 1pm-5pm 

*Open Labor Day, September 4, 1pm- 5pm
*Closed Friday, September 8

City Hall Cafeteria 
1500 Warburton Ave. (408) 615-2220
Mon-Fri 8am-5pm 
Sat: Closed 
Sun: Closed 
*Closed Monday, September 4 and Friday, September 8

Community Recreation Center 
969 Kiely Blvd. (408) 615-3140
Mon-Thu: 8am-8pm 
Fri: 8am-5pm 
Sat: 9am-12pm 
Sun: Closed 
*Closed Monday, September 4 and Friday, September 8

Senior Center 
1303 Fremont St. (408) 615-3170
Mon-Fri: 7am-5pm 
Sat: 9am-12pm (9/2/17 Open 9am-6pm)
Sun: Closed
*Closed Monday, September 4 and Friday, September 8

Northside Branch Library
695 Moreland Way (408) 615-5500
Mon-Tues: 11am-8pm
Wed-Sat: 10am-6pm
Sun: Closed
*Closed Monday, September 4 and Friday, September 8

If you have any questions or feedback about cooling centers, please contact Lisa Schoenthal, Emergency Services Coordinator, at (408) 615-4990 or lschoenthal@santaclaraca.gov.

 

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