Interactive Heat Relief Maps

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Maricopa County

To find a hydration station, cooling center, or emergency heat relief station near you, visit the Maricopa Association of Governments Heat Relief Network Interactive Map. 

Each year, the Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) coordinates the mapping of the Heat Relief Network, a network of partners providing hydration stations, refuge locations, and water donation sites throughout the Valley with the goal of preventing heat-related illnesses and deaths among vulnerable populations. On their interactive map, you will find:  

  • Hydration Stations: Locations where individuals can go to receive bottled water and other collected donated items. Can be indoors or outdoors. 
  • Cooling Centers: Cooled indoor locations that provide refuge from the heat during the day. Drinking fountains or bottled water is available. 
  • Emergency Heat Relief Stations: Locations offering hydration and heat refuge. Open on days with excessive heat warnings as issued by the National Weather Service. Pets are welcome but MUST be leashed. Operated by the Salvation Army. 

Pinal County 

To find a hydration station, emergency hydration station, or heat refuge near you, visit the Pinal County Heat Relief Network Interactive Map. 

The Pinal County Heat Relief Network is a partnership between United Way of Pinal County, Pinal County, and Central Arizona Governments (CAG). On their interactive map, you will find: 

  • Hydration Stations: Locations where individuals can go to get water. 
  • Emergency Hydration Stations: Locations that are open when the National Weather Service issues an excessive heat warning. 
  • Heat Refuges: Locations where individuals can cool off and get water. 

Pima County 

To find a hydration station, cooling center, drinking fountain, or pools and splash pads, visit the Pima County Heat Relief Interactive Map. 

The University of Arizona mapped the 2022 Cooling Centers in Pima County. As the temperature rise, these places are available as heat refuge, hydration stations, or supply pick up. This map was made starting with the Tucson Pima Collaboration to End Homelessness’sSummer Sun Respite Sites. Librarieshave been used as cooling centers in prior years, but due to COVID-restrictions, time in the library may be limited. Please visit the Pima County Librarywebsite for more information. Information about Pools and Splash Pads are available from theCity of TucsonandPima County websites.  

  • Hydration Stations: Locations where individuals can go to get water. 
  • Cooling Centers: Cooled indoor locations that provide refuge from the heat during the day. Drinking fountains or bottled water is available. 
  • Drinking Fountains: Locations where individuals can go to get water. 
  • Pools and Splashpads: Public pools that charge a small admission fee and splash pads with various water ground nozzles that spray water upwards and a variety of showers.  

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