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Oregon City, other cities have pools, splash pads in time for record-breaking heat

PMG PHOTO: RAYMOND RENDLEMAN - Oregon City has opened its municipal pool in time for what promises to be a record-breaking June heat wave.Portland-area agencies are warning of dangerously high weekend temperatures and "significant fire potential" for the June 25 weekend.

Friday's high in Clackamas County will be in the 90s, but temperatures could climb to 110 over the weekend. The National Weather Service said that weekend high temperatures will run 20 to 30 degrees above normal for late June, which could break records and put northwest Oregonians at an increased risk of heat-related illness.

"The high daytime temperatures, combined with warm overnight lows, will result in high heat risk and heat related stress," a heat advisory from NWS states. "Daily high temperature records will likely be broken. There is a chance to break the all time June high temperature records for a few locations."

The CDC reports more than 700 people die each year from extreme heat, with people age 65 and older at increased risk of heat-related illness or death.

PMG FILE PHOTO - All indoor and outdoor pools in Portland opened Tuesday, June 22, just in time for a dangerous heat wave hitting the region.

What to do:

•Limit outdoor activities

•Never leave young children or pets unattended in vehicles under any circumstances.

•Pavement and asphalt may be dangerous to dogs' paws. Limit walks and exercise to morning or evening hours.

•Drink more water than usual and don't wait until you're thirsty to hydrate.

•Stay in air-conditioned buildings if possible and don't rely on fans as your only cooling device in extreme heat.

•Avoid using the stove or oven to cook — it will make you and your house hotter.

Clackamas County announced various cooling centers will open over the weekend, to provide homeless and vulnerable populations repreive from the heat.

Canby

Open 24/7 Denny's Restaurant

503-263-3193

1369 S.E. 1st Ave., Canby.

Available for those needing to cool off for an hour. No obligation to buy.

Friday-Monday, noon to whenever temps drop to 85 degrees

Zoar Lutheran Church

503-539-8190

190 SW 3rd Ave., Canby

Water and snacks available.

On bus line.

ADA accessible.

Estacada

Friday, Saturday, Monday

Noon to 8 p.m. Estacada Community Watch

503-730-7915

200 SW Clubhouse Drive, Estacada 97023 map

Located under the carport of the Community Center. Bus stop a couple blocks away. Misters, fans, ice, water, and shade.

Gladstone

Open daily, park closes at 7 p.m.

Max Patterson Park Splash Pad, 400 E Exeter St., Gladstone

Oregon City

Monday, noon to 8 p.m.

Father's Heart Street Ministry

503-722-9780

603 12th St., Oregon City

On bus line.

Not ADA accessible.

Saturday 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Sunday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Oregon City Pool Community Room

503-657-8273

1211 Jackson St, Oregon City

Friday-Monday, noon to 7 p.m., Prince of Life Lutheran Church

503-357-3100

13896 S Meyers Road Oregon City

Site is one block from bus stop.

ADA accessible.

Open daily, park closes at 10 p.m. Rivercrest Park Splash Pad, 131 Park Drive, Oregon City

Unincorporated Clackamas

Friday-Monday Clackamas Service Center

503-771-7914

8800 SE 80th Avenue, Portland 97206 map

Building is not open but will have cold and frozen water bottles and salty snacks outside building.

Supplies will be maintained throughout the weekend. On bus line.

Sandy

Sunday-Monday, noon to 8 p.m.; city of Sandy Community Services

503-668-5569

38348 Pioneer Blvd. Sandy On bus line. Partially ADA accessible.

Saturday-Sunday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Monday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sandy Public Library

503-668-5537

38980 Proctor Blvd., Sandy

Welches

Saturday, noon to 4 p.m.; Monday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Hoodland Public Library

503-622-3460

24525 E. Welches Road

West Linn

Friday-Monday, noon to 7 p.m., West Linn Adult Community Center

503-557-4704

1180 Rosemont Road, West Linn. Water available.


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