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Landover, MD – As we continue to move into the winter season, bitter cold temperatures will become more prevalent. The Prince George’s County Office of Homeland Security/Office of Emergency Management reminds all citizens to take steps to prepare themselves for extreme cold temperatures.
The Office of Emergency Management in collaboration with the Prince George’s County Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission has designated twelve warming centers in the County. Warming centers are heated public facilities where any resident can temporarily go to during periods of extreme cold temperatures to stay warm and safe. Residents are reminded to call the center to obtain specific hours of operation.
Prince George’s County Warming Center Locations:
• Bowie Community Center- 3209 Stonybrook Drive, Bowie, MD 20715Phone: 301-464-1737
• Camp Springs Senior Center- 6420 Allentown Road, Camp Springs, MD 20748Phone: 301-449-0409
• JE Howard Community Center- 4400 Shell Street, Capitol Heights, MD 20743Phone: 301-753-3340
• Kentland Community Center- 2413 Pinebrook Avenue, Landover, MD 20785Phone: 301-386-2278
• Langley Park Community Center- 1500 Merrimac Drive, Hyattsville, MD 20783Phone: 301-445-4508
• Laurel Beltsville Senior Activity Center- 7120 Contee Road, Laurel, MD 20707Phone: 301-206-3350
• Palmer Park Community Center- 7720 Barlowe Road, Landover, MD 20785Phone: 301-773-5665
• Peppermill Community Center- 610 Hill Road, Landover, MD 20785Phone: 301-350-8410
• Rollingcrest- Chillum Community Center- 6120 Sargent Road. Chillum, MD 20782Phone: 301-853-2005
• Southern Regional Technology and Recreation Complex- 7007 Bock Road, Fort Washington, MD 20744Phone: 301-749-4160
• Suitland Community Center- 5600 Regency Lane, Forestville, MD 20747Phone: 301-736-3518
• Temple Hills Community Center- 5300 Temple Hills Road, Temple Hills, MD 20748Phone: 301-894-6616
**Due to safety concerns during inclement weather, the County warming centers may have their operating schedules altered.
Residents are also encouraged to sign up for Alert Prince George’s, the County’s mass notification system that sends important information directly to you, before, during, or after an emergency or disaster.
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