Hot Weather Safety Tips and Cooling Centers - Remember to KEEP HYDRATED!!! A simple reminder that could make a HUGE difference!
High temperatures can be dangerous for your health, especially for the elderly, young children and people who work outside.
To protect your health when temperatures are extremely high, remember to keep cool and use common sense. The following tips are important: CLICK here for more info!
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Here are the links to state and federal disaster information & resources available to Connecticut residents regarding this current heat wave. We will be adding and/or deleting information as we receive updates.
Municipalities: To have your Cooling Center information added here or any changes made to current listings, please send your information to:email@example.com
If a city/town has opened a designated cooling center, we will list the site location and hours on our website at the following link. If we do not have any listings available, please note that city/town libraries, senior centers and other public locations are good places to cool off.
Extreme Heat Cooling CentersAir Quality Issues: Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Pollution (DEEP)
Pollution ControlState of Connecticut Department’s providing information on tips and precautions to take during summer heat waves:
With summer officially upon us, the Department of Public Health (DPH) reminds the public to
keep safety in mind as they go about their daily activities this season. CLICK here for more info!