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Heat wave: Cooling centers to open across tri-city area

June 27, 2013|By Veronica Rocha, veronica.rocha@latimes.com
  • A fan cools off a Burbank classroom.
A fan cools off a Burbank classroom. (File photo )

Extreme heat expected throughout the San Fernando Valley this weekend has prompted county officials to reopen local cooling centers.

Temperatures are expected to reach up to 100 in Burbank, 98 in Glendale and 101 in Pasadena, according to the National Weather Service. Combined heat and humidity could increase temperatures to 105.

Officials are asking residents to reduce physical activity and avoid going outside between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m.

Residents can stay out of the heat at several air-conditioned cooling centers in Glendale, Burbank and Pasadena — most of which will be open on Saturday.

Anyone with questions or concerns about the cooling centers may call the Los Angeles County Office of Emergency Management at (323) 459-3779. To find the nearest cooling center, dial 211.

In Glendale, there are two:

GLENDALE

Adult Recreation Center
201 E. Colorado St.
(818) 548-3775

Sparr Heights Community Center
1613 Glencoe Way
(818) 548-2187

BURBANK

Buena Vista Library
300 N. Buena Vista St.
(818) 238-5620

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Burbank Central Library
110 N. Glenoaks Blvd.
(818) 238-5600

PASADENA

Pasadena Senior Center
85 E. Holly St.
(626) 795-4331

SOUTH PASADENA

South Pasadena Senior Center
1102 Oxley St.
(626) 403-7360

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