BUFFALO, N.Y. ( release ) Seventeen cooling centers in Buffalo will remain open through Thursday, June 21, 2012, to help senior citizens and others escape the heat wave, Mayor Byron W. Brown announced.
The facilities include:
Abley Senior Citizens, 24 Ludington Street , 9AM-6PM
Autumnwood Senior Center, 1800 Clinton Street, 9AM-8PM
CAO, 422 Pratt, 9AM-8pm
Senior Ctr. at Richmond Street and Summer, 9AM-8PM
Delavan-Grider Community Ctr.-877 East Delavan, 9AM-8PM
Edward Saunders Community Ctr.-2777 Bailey Ave., 9AM-9 PM
Belle Center, 104 Maryland Street, 9AM-9 PM
Friends to the Elderly, Inc. (Dorothy Collier Center) 118 East Utica,
Gloria J. Parks Community Center, 3242 Main Street, 9AM-6:30 PM
North Buffalo Community Center, 203 Sanders Road, 9AM-8PM
Northwest Community Center, 155 Lawn Avenue, 9AM-8PM
Old First Ward Community Center, 62 Republic Street, 9AM-8PM
Schiller Park Senior Center, 2057 Genesee Street, 9AM-6PM
Seneca Babcock Community Center, 1168 Seneca Street, 9AM-6:30 PM
Valley Community Association Senior Citizens, 93 Leddy Street, 9AM-8PM
West Side Community Services, 161 Vermont Street, 9AM-9PM
William-Emslie YMCA Senior Center, 585 William Street, 9AM-8PM
Town of Evans Supervisor Keith Dash released information to Eyewitness News that cooling stations will be open throughout the Town through Thursday.
With the cooperation of the local fire companies, the locations are:
Lake Erie Beach Fire Company
Highland Hose Fire Company
Evans Center Fire Company
Town of Evans Senior Center
The hours of operation for the fire companies start at Noon and will stay open as long as needed.
The Evans Senior Center hours of operation are from 8a.m. until 3 p.m.