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7/16/2019 - Tips and Places to Stay Cool July 2021

It's going to be a hot next few days in Fairfield. For tips on how to stay cool in extreme heat, view this video developed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

If you do not have air conditioning, you can cool down by going for a drive in an air conditioned car, calling a family member or friend with air conditioning, going for a swim at the beach or visiting various public air conditioned places like malls or restaurants. 

Fairfield Cooling Centers:

Bigelow Center for Senior Activities open from 9am - 4pm - Can accommodate 15 - 25 people

The lobby of the Fairfield Police Department

Fairfield Public Libraries during business hours, masks are required:

Main: M, W, F 9am - 5pm; T and Th 9am - 7pm; and Sat 1pm - 5pm

Woods: M and W 9am - 7pm; T, Th, and Fri 9am - 5pm; and Sat 1pm - 5pm

For more information on staying cool, please visit the CDC's webpage

Lastly, the Red Cross has additional resources on how to prepare for a heat wave. This information can be found here.