Pacific Union College Church Opens Community Cooling Center in Response to Heat Wave | Local News

In response to the now-expanding heat wave that is expected to bring several days of triple-digit temperatures to Napa County, Pacific Union College Church opened its Fireside Room as a community cooling center on Thursday.

Shelly Peterson, secretary of the church – which is located in the PUC camps at 10 Angwin Avenue – said the cooling center will be open daily from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., at least until next Thursday. The center can stay open after Sept. 8 if needed, Peterson added.

Air conditioning, fans, outlets, chilled water and restrooms are available there, Peterson said.

You can reach Edward Booth at 707-256-2213.

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