FRESNO, Calif. (KSEE/KGPE) — The National Weather Service expects temperatures to be in the triple digits throughout the Central Valley. Here is a list of Central Valley cooling centers and pools:
- Frank H. Ball, 760 Mayor
- Ted C. Wills Community Center, 770 N. San Pablo
- Mosqueda Community Center, 4670 E. Butler
- Pinedale Community Center, 7170 N. San Pablo
- Romain Community Center, 745 N. 1st Street
- Holmes Community Center, 212 S. 1st St
- Inspiration Community Center, 5770 W Gettysburg Ave
- Einstein Park, 3566 E. Dakota Ave
- Quigley Park, 808 W. Dakota Ave
- Melody Park, 5935 E. Shields Ave
- Layafette Park, 1516 E. Princeton Ave
- Mary Ella Brown, 1350 E. Annadale Ave
Madera County cooling centers open during times of extreme heat. Other centers may be opened on an “as needed” basis and are announced through the Sheriff’s Office of Emergency Services.
Merced County said with the heat index expected to exceed 105 degrees this week, various cooling zones will be open to help residents cope with the heat.
The Tulare County Public Health Emergency Preparedness Program coordinates the operation of Cooling Centers throughout the county.