Places To Cool Off In Everett

August 1, 2017

Everett

Editor’s Update: Everett Emergency Management says the Senior Center is also open as a cooling station.
The Carl Gipson Senior Center, 3026 Lombard, is a cooling station as well. There is no fee for people. Their hours:

Monday & Tuesday – 8:30am – 4:30pm
Wednesday – 8:30am-8:00pm
Thursday & Friday – 8:30am-4:30pm
Saturday – 8:30am-4:00pm.

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It is gonna get hot this week in Everett.


With highs expected in the 90’s this week MyEverettNews.com did some checking on places where people in Everett can cool off. Here is a short list.

Main Branch Everett Public Library – 2702 Hoyt – Mon-Wed 10a – 8p, Thu – Fri 10a – 6p, Sat 10a – 5p, Sun 1p – 5p

Evergreen Branch Library – 9512 Evergreen Way – Mon-Wed 10a – 8p, Thu-Fri 10a – 6p, Sat 10a – 5p, Sun 1p – 5p

Everett Station Lobby – 3201 Smith Street – 7a – 9p, 7 days a week

Everett Mall – 1402 SE Everett Mall Way – Mon – Sat 10a – 9p, Sun 11a – 6p

We are checking on more places and will update when information is received.

You’ve heard don’t leave pets in the car but really no pet or person of any age should be spending time in a parked car when it is 90 degrees. Here’s a tip from the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office if you spot a pet or person locked in a hot car.

Call 911 immediately, stay with the vehicle and provide as much information as you can to dispatchers (location, vehicle make/model, license plate), as well as to arriving first responders.

Most homes in Everett do not have air conditioning. Check on your elderly or disabled neighbors and make sure they are drinking plenty of water.


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