Cooling Centers to Stay Open Through This Weekend

The National Weather Service has forecasted that the temperature in Fresno will be at or above 105 degrees. As a result all cooling centers will be open between 12pm – 8pm and City swimming pools will have free rec swim between 1pm – 5pm. FUSD swimming pools at Hoover High School, Roosevelt High School and Mclane High school will be open for free swim from 12pm – 5pm.

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