If you or someone you know is stuck out in the life-threatening cold, these warming centers can help. Here’s a partial list:
New York City NYCHA Centers
Bronx — Highbridge Senior Center, 1145 University Ave.
Brooklyn — Brownsville Senior Center, 582 Mother Gaston Blvd.
Manhattan — Taft Senior Center, 1365 5th Ave.
Queens — Bland Senior Center, 40-21 College Point Blvd.
Staten Island — Gerard Carter Center, 230 Broad St.
A number of homeless shelters have initiated cold weather protocols — to find one near you, click here.
Hicksville — Cantiague Park Ice Rink, 480 W John St, Hicksville, NY 11801
East Meadow — Nassau County Aquatic Center, Merrick Ave, East Meadow, NY 11554
Hewlett — Grant Park, 1625 Broadway Avenue, Hewlett, NY 11557
Roslyn — Christopher Morley Park, 500 Searingtown Rd N, Roslyn, NY 11576
Peekskill — Jan Peek Shelter, 200 North Water St.
New Rochelle — Oasis Shelter, 19 Washington Ave
Yonkers — Sharing Community, 1 Hudson St.
White Plains — Samaritan House Shelter, 33 Church St.
White Plains — Open Arms Shelter, 86 East Post Rd.
Orangetown — Town Hall, 26 W. Orangeburg Rd.
Piermont — Piermont Fire House, 554 Piermont Ave.
Rockland County Warming Center — call 845-942-5791.
To find a warming shelter near you, click here.
New Haven County
Hamden — Grace and Saint Peter’s Episcopal Church, 2927 Dixwell Ave.
Hamden — Hamden Plains United Methodist Church, 15 Church St.
New Haven — All city libraries are available during regular business hours and all senior centers are open as warming centers to seniors only.
New Haven — The 180 Center, 793 Grand Ave.
Waterbury — The Center for Human Development Hospitality Center, 693 East Main St.
To find a nearby warming shelter, click here.
For a full list of Hudson County warming centers, click here.
For a full list of Bergen County warming centers, click here.
For a full list of Union County warming centers, click here.
For a full list of Essex County warming centers, click here.
For a full list of Middlesex County warming centers, click here.