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Check out the interactive map below of places that can provide relief from the summer heat.

In a normal year, more than 600 Americans die of complications from overheating.

Young children, senior citizens and people who are sick or overweight are most vulnerable. Start by being informed about heat alerts, issued by the National Weather Service and publicized by local news media. When the weather gets hot, it’s important to stay cool by staying indoors in air-conditioned buildings.

Movie theaters along with some pools, community and recreation centers may have a cost for use. Please inquire at each site for ticket price or possible fees, as well as restricted use and/or limited hours.

If you visit county buildings

  • Visitors to most county buildings are not required to wear a mask.
  • Visitors may still be required to wear a mask in certain county buildings, including correctional, detention, and health care settings. Follow instructions from signage and building staff.
  • Masks are recommended for those who are unvaccinated or at high-risk for COVID-19.
  • Visitors who have tested positive for COVID-19 or who are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms should not enter county buildings, when possible. If these visitors must enter, they should wear a mask.
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Map Instructions: Use the arrows in the upper left corner to open the legend and map details. Turn each layer on/off by using the check box. Click on each map layer arrow to show the legend symbol. Click on the individual map locations to display contact information. View the map in full screen using the mobile map link below.

Also view our mobile map.

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