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Cooling Stations Remain Deactivated 2018

The National Weather Service forecast for the next six days has temperatures in Las Cruces in the upper 80s to low 90s with the possibility of precipitation. As a result, City of Las Cruces cooling stations will remain deactivated through at least Wednesday, July 11.
The cooling stations were deactivated June 28 due to below triple digit temperatures.

The cooling stations are:
Frank O’Brien Papen Community Center, 304 W. Bell St. (575/528-2455)
Henry R. Benavidez Community Center ,1045 McClure Rd. (575/541-2006)
Meerscheidt Recreation Center, 1600 E. Hadley Ave. (575/541-2563)
Munson Center, 975 S. Mesquite St. (575/541-3000)
Sage Café, 6121 Reynolds Dr. (575/528-3151)

A cooling station is a place that offers temporary shelter from the heat for the elderly, other high-risk residents, and the general public.
The cooling stations will reopen as circumstances dictate.