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Cold Weather Resources/Hot Weather Resources

2021-2022 Extreme (Cold) Weather Strategy

When weather conditions are forecasted to fall below -5, when windchill is expected to be -15 or colder, and when weather conditions pose an imminent threat to unsheltered residents:

  • Extreme weather, not just cold
  • Significantly reducing or eliminating barriers during extreme weather
  • Utilizing all shelter bed space
  • Standby-ready status to help partners prepare - called for by Ramsey County Housing Stability Department

*To help connect someone in need to shelter, contact Catholic Charities - Higher Ground at 651-647-2350 and choose option #7, or Ramsey County Homeless Services Unit at 651-266-7818. After 5pm, you can contact the St. Paul Police non-emergency at 651-291-1111. Referrals can also be made by emailing [email protected].

*Additional information about the City's ongoing response to support individuals experiencing homelessness to support, services, resources, and shelter can be found at www.stpaul.gov/unsheltered-response.

*Additional information on the network of shelter resources available for those experiencing homelessness in Ramsey County and Saint Paul is available at www.ramseycounty.us/HousingStability.

 

Additional suburban Ramsey County Warming Center when temperatures are below zero:

St. Andrews Community Resource Center (900 Stillwater Road, Mahtomedi, MN) - Phone number: 651-762-9124

  • Hours are between 10-3, Monday - Thursday
  • Below zero overnight
  • Warm meal and hospitality
  • Shower and towels/blankets will be available

 

Hot Weather Resources:

In the event of hot weather, Ramsey County has mapped out Cooling Center Locations, linked here.