Kansas City Opens Warming Centers Ahead Of Snowpocalypse

Important local news and resources for anybody who might run afoul of a hobo tonight . . .

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Kansas City’s Extreme Weather plan has been activated in order to ensure everyone in Kansas City has a warm and dry place to sleep at night.  The plan activates when the daytime high is below 32 degrees, or the overnight low is less than 20 degrees, and includes the following steps:  

- KCMO Emergency Operations Center opens a hotline to coordinate shelter bed availability.  
- Ride KC offers free bus rides to shelters, and people can warm up on the heated buses.
- When shelters are full, the City will open one or two temporary overflow locations, based on need.

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .

City Opens warming centers in advance of winter storm

Kansas City plans to open warming centers on Saturday as part of the City's new Extreme Weather Plan to support the unhoused community. Gregg/Klice, Westport Roanoke, and Garrison Community Centers will be open daily from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. this weekend (these locations may change during other cold weather events).