As we approach chillier temperatures this week and next, some of us might need somewhere warm to shelter.
Dallas has temporary warming stations at libraries and recreation centers for this time across the city, including Lake Highlands, Oak Cliff, East Dallas and Preston Hollow. Homeless shelters also tend to make room for those left out in the cold.
Here are just a few of the recreation centers and libraries serving as temporary warming stations in the neighborhoods when temperatures dip.
Lake Highlands Recreation Center
Audelia Road Library
Vickery Park Branch Library
Skillman Southwest Branch Library
Arcadia Recreation Center
Kiest Recreation Center
Park in the Woods Recreation Center
Jaycee Zaragoza Recreation Center
Kidd Springs Recreation Center
Mountain Creek Branch Library
North Oak Cliff Branch Library
Harry Stone Recreation Center
Samuell-Grand Recreation Center
Lochwood Branch Library
Lakewood Branch Library
Marcus Recreation Center
Bachman Recreation Center
Walnut Hill Recreation Center
Preston Royal Branch Library
For a full list of temporary warming stations, visit dallascityhall.com.