Prince George’s County 2016 Warming Centers Are Announced

The first season snowfall hits Midwest on Friday, with 40-mile-an-hour wind gusts. Norfolk, Columbus, and Sioux City areas received 1 to 2 inches of snow, while some locations in north-central Nebraska reported up to 6 inches.


PGC Warming Centers

Winter season is just around the corner and Prince George’s County is already taking the steps to ensure residents have a warm place to stay. Bitter cold weather is associated with mortality and morbidity, due to hypothermia and exacerbation of preexisting chronic illness such as respiratory and cardiovascular diseases. Senior citizens, infants and homeless persons are at an increased risk.

A study released in 2015, by the National Center for Health Statistics found that cold kills twice as many Americans as heat (NCHS). Twelve warming centers has been selected by the Prince George’s County Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission working jointly with the Office of Emergency Management. The warming centers will offer residents refuge during periods of extreme cold weather.

2016 PGC Warming Center Locations

Bowie Community Center
3209 Stonybrook Drive
Bowie, Maryland 20715
(301) 464-1737
Camp Springs Senior Center
6420 Allentwon Road
Camp Springs, Maryland 20748
(301) 449-0409
JE Howard Community Center
4400 Shell Street
Capitol Heights, Maryland 20743
(301) 753-3340
Kentland Community Center
2413 Pinebrook Avenue
Landover, Maryland 20785
(301) 386-2278
Langley Park Community Center
1500 Merrimac Drive
Hyattsville, Maryland 20783
(301) 445-4508
Laurel Beltsville Senior Activity Center
7120 Contee Road
Laurel, Maryland 20707
(301) 206-3350
Palmer Park Community Center
7720 Barlow Road
Landover, Maryland 20785
(301) 773-5665
Peppermill Community Center
610 Hill Road
Landover, Maryland 20785
(301) 350-8410
Rollingcrest-Chillum Community Center
6210 Sargent Road
Chillum, Maryland 20782
Southern Regional Technology & Recreation Complex
7007 Bock Road
Fort Washington, Maryland 20744
(301) 749-4160
Suitland Community Center
5600 Regency Lane
Forestville, Maryland 20747
(301) 736-3518
Temple Hills Community Center
5300 Temple Hills Road
Temple Hills, Maryland 20748
(301) 894-6616

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