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City of Memphis Warming Center open through Sunday morning

The City of Memphis announced the Warming Center at Marion Hale Community Center will open Friday night at 7 p.m. and run through Sunday morning.

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — The city of Memphis is again opening a warming center for those in need as cold temperatures return to the forecast.

The centers are places where residents dealing with extremely low temperatures may escape after normal business hours for city government buildings.

The City of Memphis announced that the Warming Center operation at Marion Hale Community Center will open Friday, March 11 at 7 p.m. and run through Sunday at 7 a.m. The Community Center is at 4791 Willow Rd. 

Due to COVID precautions, those looking to enter the center must take a COVID test and social distance. Masks are strongly encouraged for those inside the center.

For assistance regarding transportation, please contact the Office of Emergency Management (OEM) at 901-297-1680 starting at 6 p.m..

Those seeking overnight shelter accommodations should also reach out to the following: 

  • Memphis Union Mission at 383 Poplar Ave.: 901-526-8403
  • The Salvation Army at 696 Jackson Ave.: 901-529-4545
  • Additional shelters: 901-529-4545 

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