Everyone can be susceptible to the dangers of extreme heat. Here, my team and I have compiled resources for you and your loved ones to stay safe this summer.
Beat the Heat Care Kits
For the rest of the summer, my district office will keep Beat the Heat Care Kits on hand with items like sunscreen, fans, sunscreen and more. You can get yours at one of our upcoming events, or by stopping by our office during business hours.
Struggling with utility payments and need help to keep the air conditioning running? The California Public Utilities Commission provides the income guidelines for energy assistance through the CA Alternate Rate for Energy (CARE) and Family Electric Rate Assistance Programs.
Bloomington Branch Library
18028 Valley Blvd.
Gonzales Community Center
670 Colton Ave.
De Anza Community and Teen Center
1405 S Fern St.
Westwind Community Center
2455 E. Riverside Dr.
James L Brulte Senior Center
11200 Base Line Rd.
Joslyn Senior Center
21 Grant St.
Redlands Community Senior Center
111 W. Lugonia Ave.
Fontana Lewis Library & Technology Center
8437 Sierra Ave.
7350 W Liberty Pkwy.
Loma Linda Branch Library
25581 Barton Rd.
Carl Johnson Community Center
214 N Palm Ave.
Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) Notification
Public Safety Power Shut Offs are temporary power shutoffs during dangerous weather conditions in order to prevent the electric system from causing a fire to start. Shutting the power off is usually the last resort.
A Flex Alert is a call for consumers to voluntarily reduce energy consumption to decrease stress on electrical grids during a high-heat day or during an anticipated shortage of energy supply. Sign up for flex alert notifications to help avoid public safety power shutoffs and unexpected outages.
We love our cats, dogs and pets of all kinds, so their safety in the heat is also a priority. Several social media accounts post reliable, proven safety tips. You can follow these and similar for advice: