Cold Night Shelters Open In Pinellas

With some cold nights ahead, cold night shelters are opening in Pinellas County. Temperatures are expected to reach the 30’s in some areas of Tampa Bay.

The shelters will open between 6 and 6:30 p.m. and close at 6:00 a.m. The purpose of these shelters is to provide a hot meal at night, warm place to stay the night and a breakfast the following morning for people who may be stuck out in the weather.

Families will be placed in motels or family shelters. If you’re interested, you can call Rhonda Abbott or Cliff Smith. Rhonda Abbott: (727) 424-1355 or (727) 528-5762; Cliff Smith (727) 698-1809 or (727) 893-7627.

The list of shelters is below.

Peace Memorial Presbyterian Church
110 S. Ft. Harrison Avenue
Church Phone: 442-3677
Capacity: 75

Pinellas Park
Boys & Girls Club of the Suncoast in Pinellas Park
7790 61st Street North
Phone: 574-5437
Capacity: 150

St. Petersburg
Northwest Presbyterian Church
6330 54th Ave. North
Church Phone: 544-4551
Capacity: 75

Salvation Army
1400 4th Street South
Phone: 822-4954
Capacity: 25

The Turning Point
1810 5th Ave. North
Phones: 823-7811
Capacity: 25

Tarpon Springs
St Timothy’s Lutheran Church
812 E. Tarpon Avenue
Capacity: 25