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Posted at 1:15 PM ET, 02/ 8/2010

Shelters and warming centers

By Washington Post editors

With the worst of the most recent storm over, most communities have closed their emergency shelters.

Currently, only the District and Montgomery County are operating shelters and warming centers. Below is a list of their locations. In Alexandria, residents in need of shelter can call the Snow Hotline at 703-746-4488. Stafford County residents can call the county's emergency hotline at: 540-658-5751.

In the District, the following facilities will be open on Thursday, Feb. 11 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., unless otherwise noted:

Banneker Community Center (OPEN 24 HOURS)
2500 Georgia Avenue, NW
(202) 673-6861

Bald Eagle Recreation Center
100 Joliet Street, SW
(202) 645-3960

King Greenleaf Recreation Center
201 N Street, SW
(202) 645-7454

Lamond Recreation Center
20 Tuckerman Street, NE
(202) 576-9541

Riggs LaSalle Community Center
501 Riggs Road NE
(202) 576-6856

Montgomery County officials has closed its shelters at Seneca Valley High School and Coffield Community Center. A shelter at Richard Montgomery High School, 250 Richard Montgomery Drive, is still in operation.


By Washington Post editors  | February 8, 2010; 1:15 PM ET
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