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Texas coated in snow.
Jocelyn Tatum
Feb 16th at 2:14 PM

The City of Fort Worth opened an overnight shelter at the Fort Worth Convention Center Monday for residents without power. It’s located at 1201 Houston Street and will be open 24 hours until Thursday at noon.  

Worth Heights Community Center located at 3551 New York Ave. Phone: 817-392-8722.  Warming center only. 

Handley Meadowbrook Community Center located at 6201 Beaty St. Phone: 817-392-2830. 

Diamond Hill Community Center located at 1701 NE 36th St. Phone: 817-392-5485.One Safe Place at 1101 Hemphill St. 

 Euless has opened a warming center at the Euless Family Life Rec Center, officials said, which is located at 300 W. Midway.

Bedford, Hurst shared this location as a warming center: Central Junior High, 3191 W. Pipeline Road in Euless. 

Haltom City The Christian Center at 4301 NE 28th Street. The Recreation Center at 4839 Broadway Avenue.

The City of Grapevine has opened a warming shelter at The REC of Grapevine located at 1175 Municipal Way. If you need assistance, you can call them at 817-410-4455.

The City of Keller has opened a warming station at the Public Library located at 640 Johnson Road. 

North Richland Hills police officials said the city has opened warming stations for area residents to come get warm and charge devices. To find the nearest one, police advise people call their Warming Station Hotline at 817-427-6001.

The Southlake Department of Public Safety has opened a warming station at its north training facility at 100 East Dove Street. The center is open 24 hours a day.

The City of Mansfield has opened a temporary warming center at Chris W. Burkett Service Center. Address: 620 S Wisteria Street. Call 817-728-3609 for more information.  

The Colleyville Library, 1000 Main St., opened Monday as the city’s warming center. For more information on the Colleyville center, call 817-503-1111 or 817-312-2030.

Arlington has partnered with hotels to provide special rates for residents without power. The Salvation Army also is open as a warming center at 712 W. Abram St.

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