Cooling centers to open during heat wave

| 17 Jul 2019 | 01:59

The National Weather Service has issued a hazardous weather outlook for Friday and Saturday. The forecast is for high heat and humidity, with temperatures reaching the upper 90s and the heat index reaching upwards of 110 degrees Fahrenheit.
Orange County on Wednesday issued a list of cooling centers, which is provided below. Always call before you go to make sure the cooling center is open.
Chester Senior Center/Rec Center, 81 Laroe Road, Chester: 469-7000 ext. 8
Village of Goshen Senior Center, 100 Trotter Circle, Goshen: 845-294-8545
The Castle Fun Center, 109 Brookside Avenue, Chester: 845-469-2116
Village Hall, 77 Main St., Warwick: 845-986-2031
Village of Greenwood Lake Senior Center, 132 Windermere Avenue, Greenwood Lake: 845-477-8482
Village of Florida Senior Center, 3 Cohen Circle, Florida: 845-651-7815
Village of Florida Senior Center, 3 Cohen Circle, Florida: 845-651-7815
Warwick Town Senior Center, 132 Kings Highway, Warwick: 845-986-1124
Activity Center, 401 Washington St., Newburgh: 845-565-3230
American Red Cross in Middletown, 135 Crotty Rd., Middletown: Call 845-673-5693 for cooling center locations
Crawford Town Hall, 121 State Route 302, Pine Bush: 845-744-2020
Goodwill Church, 2135 State Route 208, Montgomery: 845-457-5959
Grace Community Church, 2839 Route 94, Washingtonville: 845-496-4372
Middletown Senior Center, 62-70 West Main St., Middletown: 845-346-4070
Municipal Center, 1 Municipal Square, Walden: 845-778-2177
Port Jervis Free Library, 138 Pike St., Port Jervis: 845-856-7313
Town of Highlands Town Hall, 254 Main St, Highland Falls: 845-446-4280
Village of Cornwall-on-Hudson Village Hall, 325 Hudson St., Cornwall-on-Hudson: 845-534-4200
Wawayanda Senior Citizens Building, Route 284, Slate Hill: 845-355-3068
Local municipalities may temporarily open up other centers not listed here.
Editor's note: This article has been updated to add the Castle Fun Center to the list.