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Brookline Department Of Public Health & Human Services Shares Heat Advisory Safety Information


The Town of Brookline Department of Public Health and Human Services would like to share safety precautions with residents relating to the ongoing hot weather this week and throughout the summer.

Residents should be advised that oppressive heat and humidity are expected today, Monday, July 8, 2024 through Wednesday, July 10, 2024, with temperatures reaching near or above 90 degrees and a heat index each day of approximately 95 degrees.

The Town of Brookline wishes to remind residents to remain vigilant against the heat and take necessary precautions when outdoors during hot weather days.

The Town of Brookline recommends residents utilize their air conditioners on days that are over 90 degrees. For those who are concerned that they cannot afford to run their air conditioner, discounts are available to qualifying customers through Eversource.

The Brookline Senior Center and Public Libraries are always available for residents to cool off during normal business hours, but please note Brookline Village Library has limited parking due to Pierce School Construction. Please check the Senior Center website here and the Public Library of Brookline website here for library locations and hours. The Community Room on the first floor of the Public Safety Building at 350 Washington Street is air conditioned and available 24 hours per day.