DALLAS — The winter storm is here! As temperatures continue to drop below freezing, and rain and sleet fall, many warming shelters are opening across DFW.
Here's a look:
Information below is from the Salvation Army
Shelters are opened when temperatures reach 36 degrees or below, consistently. Each shelter is following guidelines by the city and the county. Exact protocols may vary depending on location.
- In Collin County, the McKinney Corps and Plano Corps are activated for inclement weather shelter.
- In Dallas County, the Garland Corps and Carr P. Collins Social Service Center are activated for inclement weather shelter.
- In Tarrant County, the Arlington Corps is activated for inclement weather shelter. The J.E. & L.E. Mabee Social Service Center is on standby and prepared to serve families in the area as the need arises.
- In Denton County, the Denton Corps is on standby and prepared to serve families in the area as the need arises. The Lewisville Corps is on standby for inclement weather shelter and additionally supplies staff, transportation, volunteers, and more to the Relevant Life Church, which is the designated overnight cold weather shelter site for the area.
All City buildings operating as warming stations are closed. Please go to the Denton Community Shelter Operated by Our Daily Bread, for warming station, meals, and overnight accommodations.