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)
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.