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City of Cleveland opens 8 cooling centers as more hot temperatures roll in

The locations will all be open free to the public from 11:30 a.m.-10 p.m. both Tuesday and Wednesday.

CLEVELAND — Scorching heat has once again made its way to Northeast Ohio, with temperatures expected to hover in the 90s throughout Tuesday and Wednesday.

Even with Lake Erie bringing those temps down a tad, Cleveland is still right in the thick of things, so the city has decided to open up eight separate cooling centers to help residents stay safe.

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The cooling areas, mostly located at various rec centers around town, will be open both Tuesday and Wednesday from 11:30 a.m.-10 p.m. The spots are as follows:

  • Zelma George Neighborhood Resource & Recreation Center
    • 3155 Martin Luther King Blvd.
  • Collinwood Neighborhood Resource & Recreation Center
    • 16300 Lakeshore Blvd.
  • Halloran Skating Rink
    • 3550 W. 117th St.
  • Kovacic Neighborhood Resource & Recreation Center
    • 6250 St. Clair Ave.
  • Michael Zone Neighborhood Resource & Recreation Center
    • 6301 Lorain Ave.
  • Sterling Neighborhood Resource & Recreation Center
    • 1380 E. 32nd St.
  • Frederick Douglass Neighborhood Resource & Recreation Center
    • 15401 Miles Ave.
  • Glenville Neighborhood Resource & Recreation Center
    • 680 E. 113th St.

All cooling centers are free to the public. Normal rec center activities will continue during the listed times while people can go to specific areas to cool off.

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