When the temperature hits 100 that is supposed to trigger the opening of the Fresno Cooling Centers. The four cooling centers will stay open until the temperatures drop below 100 degrees per the US National Weather Service Hanford California.
These are not necessarily pools, but are places where you can go if you get too hot. They offer cold water and place to rest for you and your pets. If you need a ride, FAX will do a there and back for free.
- Maxie L. Parks Community Center – 1802 E California Ave, Fresno, CA 93706
- Mosquedo Community Center – 4670 E Butler Ave, Fresno, CA 93702
- Ted C. Wills Community Center – 770 N San Pablo Ave, Fresno, CA 93728
- Pinedale Community Center – 7170 N San Pablo Ave, Pinedale, CA 93650
Stay safe, stay cool, hydrate and take care of your pets too!
Map to current Fresno Area Cooling Centers:
If you hear of any other centers opening up, please share and we’ll add them to our map and share on our socials.