Community Warming & Cooling Centers
It seems as though the Summer of 2018 has been quite a hot one so far and it is extremelyimportant to understand heat emergencies.
Heat Advisory - issued within 12 hours of the onset of the following conditions: heat index of at least 105 degrees Fahrenheit but less than 115 degrees Fahrenheit for less than 3 hours per day, or nighttime lows above 80 degrees Fahrenheit for 2 consecutive days.
The city of Aurora, Illinois wants to make sure that their residents are cool during hot temperatures and also warm during cold temperatures. The following 9 locations are available as cooling and warming centers.
Santori Public Library, Aurora Public Library-Eola, Aurora Public Library-West, Eola Comunity Center (Monday - Saturday), Eola Community Center, Hesed House, Salvation Army, Senior Services Center, and Vaughan Athletic Center (Monday - Sunday). For further information visit or contact City of Aurora Emergency Management Department.
Please remember, in extreme heat and cold, residents should look after their neighbors; especially the elderly or those who may need assistance. Additionally, don't forget about your pets.
Stay cool and stay safe from SERVPRO of Aurora, Illinois.