The American Red Cross is working with EMAs across their 50-county footprint to assist those who have been impacted by power outages that are the result of the heavy winds to hit our area.
Warming Centers are places where people can seek relief from the cold until the electricity is restored. Shelters are places where people can spend the night if needed. Most warming centers can be converted to shelters.
Here is a list of places we are currently supporting:
• West View Volunteer Fire Department (398 Perry Highway, West View) – Currently operating as a warming center, prepared to convert to a shelter if needed
• Kennedy Township Fire Department (1796 Pine Hollow Road, McKees Rocks) – Currently operating as a warming center
• North Versailles Volunteer Fire Department (1401 Greensburg Avenue, North Versailles) – Currently operating as a warming center
• Penn Hills Fire Department #7 (125 Universal Road, Penn Hills) – Currently operating as a shelter
• Allegheny Center Alliance Church (250 East Ohio Street, North Side) – This facility is currently on standby to operate as a shelter if needed – it is not currently open.
• Moon Township Public Safety Building (1000 Beaver Grade Road, Moon Township) – Currently operating as a warming center, prepared to convert to a shelter if needed
• California University – Supporting a shelter that is being run by the university
• Holy Family Social Hall (1851 Third Avenue, New Brighton) – Currently operating as a shelter that will open at 8:00 p.m. this evening
• West Ridge Fire Company (Millcreek) – Currently operating as a warming center
• Fairfield Fire Company (4896 East Lake Road, Harborcreek) – Currently operating as a warming center
• Hyndman Area Rescue Squad (164 Market St., Hyndman) – Currently operating as a shelter