CHICAGO — Dangerously hot temperatures are once again moving into the Chicago area this week.
The City of Chicago Office of Emergency Management and Communications is advising residents to be prepared for the hot weather.
Cooling Centers Open in Chicago
The city’s six community service centers are activated. The are open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. all week.
- Englewood Center – 1140 W. 79th Street
- Garfield Center – 10 S. Kedzie Ave. (24 Hours)
- King Center – 4314 S. Cottage Grove
- North Area Center – 845 W. Wilson Ave.
- South Chicago Center – 8650 S. Commercial Ave.
- Trina Davila Center – 4312 W. North Ave.
Additional locations have been activated from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. through Thursday, August 24:
Regional Service Centers
- Southeast – 1767 E. 79th Street
- Southwest – 6117 S. Kedzie Avenue
- Central West – 2102 W. Ogden Avenue
- Northeast – 2019 W. Lawrence Avenue
- Northwest – 3160 N. Milwaukee Avenue
- Renaissance Court – 78 E. Washington Street (10 a.m.- 5 p.m.)
Satellite Senior Centers
- Pilsen – 2121 South Morgan
- West Town – 1615 West Chicago Ave.
- North Center – 4040 North Oakley
- Norwood Park – 5801 North Natoma
- Portage Park – 4100 North Long
- Abbott Park – 49 East 95th St.
- Chatham Park – 8300 South Cottage Grove
- Roseland – 10426 South Michigan
- Garfield Ridge – 5674-B South Archer
- Kelvyn Park – 2715 North Cicero
- Auburn Gresham – 1040 West 79th St.
- Englewood – 653-657 West 63rd St.
- Austin – 5071 West Congress Parkway
- Edgewater – 5917 North Broadway
- South Chicago – 9233 South Burley
For additional details on the Senior Centers, visit the Chicago Department of Family and Support Services at Chicago.gov/DFSS/Senior Centers
During hours of operation, residents can also find relief in one of the City’s Chicago Public Library locations and Chicago Park District fieldhouses as well as splash pads located throughout the city.
Full forecast details and more at the WGN Weather Center blog
To receive the latest updates on heat advisories and weather emergencies residents can register for the City’s emergency alert notifications at NotifyChicago.org or download the Chicago OEMC App.