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Pinellas to Open Cold Night Shelters

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The shelters will be open Saturday (Jan. 7) and Sunday (Jan. 8).

PINELLAS COUNTY – County officials say they plan to open cold weather shelters this weekend.

The shelters open between 6 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. (Peace Memorial opens at 5 p.m.), accept guests all night long, and close the following morning at about 6 a.m.  Shelter guests are provided a hot evening meal, a warm safe place to spend the night, and breakfast the following morning.

 

 

 

 

 

Clearwater

Peace Memorial Presbyterian Church-Primary Shelter
110 S Ft. Harrison Ave.
Church Phone: (727) 446-3001
Note: This shelter opens at 5 p.m.

St. Cecelia Catholic Church-Back-up Shelter
820 Jasmine Way
Church Phone: (727) 447-3494
Note:  functions as a back-up shelter when Peace Memorial is full. This shelter may not open if Peace Memorial does not reach full capacity.

St. Petersburg

Northwest Presbyterian Church
6330 54th Ave. N
Church Phone: (727) 544-4551

The Turning Point
1810 Fifth Ave. N
(727) 823-7811

Salvation Army
1400 4th St. S
(727) 822-4954

Tarpon Springs

First United Methodist Church of Tarpon Springs
501 E Tarpon Ave.
(727) 937-3271

Families with children will be placed in family shelters on cold nights. Families should call 211 to make arrangements.

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Pinellas to Open Cold Night Shelters
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The shelters will be open Saturday (Jan. 7) and Sunday (Jan. 8).
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