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Cities Around Central Ohio Open Warming Centers as Temps Drop
COLUMBUS -- As temperatures dropped around central Ohio on Monday, many cities opened warming centers for residents.
Below is a list of the latest centers open, check back for updates:
Residents can stay warm by visiting the following Columbus Recreation and Parks community facilities open to the public as warming centers during traditional operating hours:
- Dodge, 667 Sullivant Ave.
- Gillie, 4625 Morse Centre
- Martin Janis, 600 E. 11th Ave
- Lazelle Woods, 8140 Sancus
- Marion Franklin, 2801 Lockbourne
- Whetstone, 3923 N. High Street
Seniors who require additional assistance are encouraged to contact the Central Ohio Area Agency on Aging at 614-645-7250 or Life Care Alliance at 614-278-3130.
Residents can visit the Whitehall Senior Center, located at 4924 Etna Road for heating assistance. The center is being opened because of a power outage west of Beechwood Road. The power is expected to be restored around noon.
Residents can visit Mingo Park facility at 500 E Lincoln Ave. for heating assistance.