A number of communities have opened warming centers for people who lost power due to Wednesday's wind storm.
The following locations have been opened:
- Belleville High School located at 501 W. Columbia Avenue in Belleville
- Costick Center located at 28600 Eleven Mile in Farmington Hills can be used as a warming center from March 9 through March 12 (7 a.m. to 11 p.m.)
- Kennedy Memorial Building in Lincoln Park
- Redford Community Center is open until 8 p.m.
- Warren Community Center
- Salter Community Center in Royal Oak at 1545 E. Lincoln. It will be open 24 hours a day – unless no one is at the facility at 10:30 p.m. Thursday. If that is the case, it will close and reopen Friday morning.
- Livonia’s Jack E. Kirksey Recreation Center for people who live in the city
City of Detroit will be opening warming centers at 7:00 tonight. After that, they will remain open 24 hours a day:
- Crowell Community Center, located at 16630 Lahser, south of 6 Mile Road
- Coleman A. Young Recreation Center, located at 2751 Bradby Drive, North of E. Lafayette
- Farwell Recreation Center, located at 2711 E. Outer Drive, east of Ryan Road
- Patton Recreation Center, located at 2301 Woodmere, north of west Vernor Highway
- Plymouth is opening warming centers at The First United Methodist Church, Kenneth Catholic Church and NorthRidge Church
- Canton is opening a warming center at Summit on the Park
- Pier Park Community Building in Grosse Pointe Farms
- Oak Park Community Center
- Hart Middle School in Rochester Hills
- Lavins Activity Center, McKeever Lounge and Services for Older Citizens (for disabled adults and seniors) in Grosse Pointe Park
- McCollough-Unis School and Stout Middle School in Dearborn
Hours of operation will vary by location. You should contact the specific cities for more information about their warming centers.