Stay Warm. Stay Dry. Stay Safe
Care for When It's Cold Pages
View the formal declarations of emergency issued by local leaders over the past several years.
Learn the signs of frostbite and hypothermia. Provided in multiple languages
Providers are also renewing their call for donated winter gear in light of tonight’s forecast. Please visit 211info.org to see what items are needed and where they can go.
If it’s too cold for you, it’s probably too cold for your pets
When severe weather occurs in our community, no one organization can help everyone in need. It takes all of us: government, non-profits, faith communities and neighbors to help keep everyone safe.
More on seasonal shelters, severe winter thresholds and weather alerts
Shelters need volunteers; nonprofits are seeking cold-weather gear. Find out how you can help
Severe weather warming centers are open through Monday night, no one will be turned away. Community urged to watch out for those most vulnerable and donate cold weather and rain gear.
Severe weather warming centers will open Sunday (2/5) in anticipation of snow
Seasonal affective disorder leaves one-in-five residents feeling sad
Safe home heating, protect your pets, utilities, and other winter weather tips.
Seniors and or people with disabilities may have a harder time getting around in the snow, sleet and ice. But we can take action by remembering: prepare, be aware, take care.
Traffic, Travel and Trails: Stay safe and find the best routes in ice and snow
Press contacts during winter weather and open source images