The temperature is on the rise the next few days with anticipated high heat and humidity.
The Mayor’s Office said there are cooling stations for those needing help to get away from the heat.
The Bristol Public Library – Main Branch at 5 High Street, is open as a Cooling Center Monday-Thursday, 8:30-8:00pm and Friday 8:30am-5:00pm.
The Bristol Senior Center -240 Stafford Avenue is open as a Cooling Center, Monday thru Friday 8:30am-5:00pm.
The Bristol Parks and Recreation reports all splash pads are open from 10am – 6pm and the two outdoor pools at Page and Rockwell Park, are also open from 1pm -7pm.
The Salvation Army – Bristol, CT is open this week Monday thru Friday from 9am – 2pm.
Brian’s Angels, an outreach center within St. Vincent DePaul, 19 Jacob St., is open every day from 1pm-5pm.
The Agape House, 43 School St, (formerly the Baptist Church) is open every day except Sundays from 8am-Noon.
The Mayor’s Office is also to check on family and/or elderly neighbors. Keep hydrated and remember, animals shouldn’t be left outside in the heat, or in vehicles
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