Extreme Heat and Cooling Resources
This page has several community resources for cooling centers, splash pads, and hydration stations. Some of these resources are also pet-friendly. See below for more information on where you can go and how to prepare for both heat and smoke.
The weather service has forecasted higher than average temperatures (90 - 100+ degrees F)
Tuesday (8/30/22) to Wednesday (8/31/22)
Yamhill County has several Daytime Cooling Shelters available.
Fare collection resumes Sunday at 10 p.m.
Due to the extreme heat emergency declarations, TriMet will not turn away anyone riding to and from a cooling shelter who cannot pay fare.
TriMet asks riders to let their bus operator know that they are headed to or from a cooling center.
When riding transit during extreme heat, riders will want to plan extra time and check trimet.org/alerts before traveling, as there may be heat-related delays to service.
Information on Heat Preparedness
What to Watch For and How to Prepare
Beat the Heat
It's important to drink water frequently - even if you aren't thirsty. Here are a few signs to look for.
Don't forget about your furry friends
Animals are just as susceptible to heat exhaustion and dehydration as humans. Be sure to take careful steps to protect them.
Heat Information for Farmworkers and Others Who Work Outdoors
Smoke and Air Quality Resources
Check Your Air Quality
How to Protect Yourself from Smoke
Information on Chronic Conditions and Smoke
Understanding Air Pollutants