Free Phoenix Water Resources During AZ Heat Wave

There’s an excessive heat warning in affect through Monday, June 26th at 8:00 p.m. Afternoon highs could approach 115°. The Phoenix Metro area will experience unseasonably hot temperatures with high to very high heat risk. Heat related illness will be possible to those sensitive to the heat such as the elderly and homeless, individuals spending time outdoors, and those without effective cooling and/or adequate hydration. Residents and visitors are encouraged to stay hydrated and help out those in need as the temperatures continue to rise.

The City of Phoenix "We're Cool" campaign offers free bottles of water and indoor locations to cool off.  In addition to the "We're Cool" cooling locations, there are designated water locations around the Valley, where you can get a FREE bottle of water to stay hydrated. Phoenix Parks and Recreation Centers, Senior Centers and other city buildings offer this service. Click here to download a full list of water hydration locations and cooling refuge locations for anyone needing to get out of the heat. 

Additionally, The Heat Relief Network is also on board to help keep Phoenix residents safe. The Heat Relief Network is a regional partnership of the Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG), municipalities, nonprofit organizations, the faith-based community, and others. Each year, MAG coordinates the mapping of the Heat Relief Network, a network of partners providing hydration stations, refuge locations, and water donation sites throughout the Valley with the goal of preventing heat related and heat caused deaths among people experiencing homelessness and other vulnerable populations. For locations and ways you can help with donations, click here.

Please stay cool and hydrated, and contact The Regal Team for more Phoenix community resources and local news.

Melissa Dierks

The Regal Team of RE/MAX Professionals

7111 W Bell Road, Suite 101

Glendale, AZ 85308

(623) 229-0154

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