Baltimore City to Activate Warming Centers

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Brandon M. Scott
Baltimore City
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Monica Lewis

BALTIMORE, MD. (Friday, December 23, 2022) - Mayor Brandon M. Scott has announced that the City will activate warming centers across Baltimore in response to extreme weather conditions. 

Due to severe cold, the City of Baltimore will open and activate 5 warming centers across the city for residents experiencing power outages.

Residents can stop by warming centers for respite from the cold weather, access charging stations and receive other supports.

Overnight Warming Center (11PM – Until 10PM Saturday night)

Towanda Recreation Center
4100 Towanda Ave, Baltimore MD21215

Daytime Warming Centers (10AM– 10PM)

Middle Branch Fitness and Wellness Center
201 Reedbird Ave, Baltimore, MD 21225

Cahill Fitness and Wellness Center
4001 Clifton Ave Baltimore, MD 21216

Rita Church Recreation Center
2101 St Lo Drive Baltimore, MD 21213

Herring Run Recreation Center
5001 Sinclair Lane, Baltimore MD 21206

Winter Shelter (4PM – 9AM)

Lockerman Bundy Elementary School
301 N Pulaski Street, Baltimore, MD 21223

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