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The Bergen County shelter, at 120 South River St. in Hackensack in the Board of Social Services building, acts as the county's warming shelter, offering additional room for those who need a warm place to stay. The extra space is available between Jan. 10 and 16 from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m.


Hudson County offers Code Blue warming centers between Jan. 10 and 19 from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. Locations include the Hudson County Department of Family Services Welfare Division at 257 Cornelison Ave. in Jersey City. Two warming centers allow people in need to stay during the daytime as well: St. Lucy's Shelter at 619 Grove St. in Jersey City and the PERF Shelter at 111 37th St. in Union City.


Mayor Adams: It was a reflection of how people were there for my family. As a child, we moved from location to location. We slept on the floors of our relatives and loved ones until mommy was able to stabilize the family. And it also shows just the real impact of the uncertainty of housing insecurity. And I wanted to go there and show that the coldest night of the year, and you know what Baby, it was cold out. We had a warm place for them. We were able to talk throughout the night. We were able to get up early in the morning, have breakfast and hear from them. And they are thankful, they're pursuing the American dream. They understood we had to move them from the hotel after opening 81 hotels, because children and families should be in hotels, and they were extremely appreciative of the city.


"We have to make sure that on the ground, the water supply does not become contaminated and that is a key concern," she said. "The other key concern is to make sure that people who have lost their homes have a safe and warm place to stay tonight. It is very cold there in the day. It is even colder at night. We have to be able to give these people shelter of some kind, blankets, household supplies, the basics so they can get through the first few nights."


However if you are without power and looking for a safe place to warm up, here are the warming shelters in the area. Remember to drive slowly and use caution and roads are slippery and will ice overnight.


REMINDER! If you are local without power and in need of a warm place to spend the evening and night, we have a place for you! We have room to accommodate 1000 people! Please bring your own sleeping gear but cots will be provided. If you need a ride, we are partnered with the Jeep Association and they can assist you. Please call 817-935-8723 for a ride. If you need anything else to help get you through this icepocalypse, please call 877-413-0888 and let our teams know! We are available 24/7 to assist your needs! Stay warm and stay safe Texas!


If you are without power and in need of a warm place, please visit Harvest of Praise (2603 S. Hampton Rd., Glenn Heights, TX, 75154). This location will open today at 4:00 p.m. and will be available to the public 24/7.


ATTENTION! For emergency purposes, the City of Midlothian is opening a warming shelter at the Midlothian Conference Center, 1 Community Circle, tonight at 6:30 p.m. This facility is susceptible to a loss of power. This is a warming center only with no amenities. Bring your blankets and snacks. Pets are NOT allowed. Please observe COVID-19 precautions, wear a mask and observe social distancing.


People have gathered today at Waxahachie Bible Church because they have lost power at their homes or apartment. They are cold and hungry. If you need a warm place to stay tonight, the church is open. Bring a blanket and pillows. 59ce067264






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