City of Gary Releases Updated List of Warming Centers

GARY, IND. (JANUARY 11, 2024) — When the temperature is 32 degrees or below, warming centers are available for residents to protect themselves and their families. Today, The City announced the re-opening of Ambridge-Mann Community Center as an additional overnight option for Gary residents.

If transportation is needed, residents are invited to board any City of Gary of GPTC bus or van using the “Code 32.” The bus or van operator will make every effort to stop as close to a warming center location as possible.

Any residents experiencing an emergency should call 9-1-1. To access City Services, residents can call (219) 881-1311 or visit gary.gov to download the mobile app.

DOWNLOAD COG WARMING CENTER (PDF)


Media Contact:

Ami Reese

areese@gary.gov

(312) 783-2239

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