Contact Information

Phone
(530) 757-5602
(530) 758-0204 FAX
(530) 757-5666 TDD
Email
cmoweb@cityofdavis.org
Office Address
23 Russell Blvd Suite 1, Davis, CA 95616
Office Hours
Monday – Friday: 8:00am to 5:00pm

Places to Keep Cool

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Beat the Heat in Davis

As temperatures are expected to climb up to 100 degrees for multiple days this week, the city of Davis is reminding residents where they can go to beat the heat. The City will continue to monitor the weather and will notify the community should a specific cooling center be opened.

Places to Cool Down at No Cost

Davis Senior Center
646 A Street, Davis
530-757-5696
seniorservices@cityofdavis.org
Hours:  9:00am-4:00pm

 

Yolo County Library-Mary L. Stephens Davis Branch
315 E. 14th Street, Davis
530-757-5593
davislibrary@yolocounty.org
Monday                      1:00pm-9:00pm
Tuesday-Thursday     10:00am-9:00pm
Friday & Saturday      10:00am-5:30pm
Sunday                       1:00pm-5:00pm

Davis Community Meals Shelter and Resource Center
1111 H St.
(530) 753-9204
Hours:   8:00am-12:00 pm, sometimes until 4:00 pm, call for more information.
The Resource Center is scheduled to be open until 4:00pm on 7/26 through 7/29/16.
            
American Red Cross Weather App
The American Red Cross has information related to preparations in a heat wave. 
http://www.redcross.org/prepare/disaster/heat-wave
            
Take Precautions to Prevent Heat-Related Illness

  • Ensure that you have ample water on hand. If you plan to be camping or at outdoor events, make an effort to find shade and pack extra water
  • Stay cool indoors in air-conditioned facilities, especially during the hottest part of the day. Residents who do not have adequate air conditioning should find a friend or relative to stay with during the hottest parts of the day, or another location where air conditioning is available such as a public building, shopping center, restaurant or movie theater
  • Pace yourself and avoid heavy exertion in the heat
  • Wear lightweight, loose fitting clothing, a broad-brimmed hat and sunscreen
  • Avoid hot foods and heavy meals
  • Alcohol and caffeinated drinks can increase dehydration
  • If you become lightheaded, feel confused or experience any other symptoms of heat exhaustion, get to a cool area until you feel better
  • Never leave a person or animal in a parked car; temperatures inside a vehicle can rise to dangerous levels in minutes
  • Don’t forget pets and livestock, they need extra water and shade
  • Check on neighbors who may need assistance

This information can be downloaded below:

Cooling Info- July 2016