Minneapolis
Health Department

Public Service Center
250 S. 4th. Street, Room 510
Minneapolis, MN 55415
health@minneapolismn.gov
(612) 673-2301

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Extreme Heat Preparedness

Extremely hot weather can cause sickness or even death.

List of Air-conditioned Public Buildings in Minneapolis (pdf)

Map of Air-conditioned Public Buildings in Minneapolis

Extreme Heat Tips for Individuals (pdf)

Medications That May Increase Effects of Extreme Heat (pdf)

 

To download heat related brochures and posters, visit The CDC Extreme Heat Website .

Stay Cool

Stay Hydrated

Stay Informed

Who Needs Special Care?

Anyone 65 years or older, people living with chronic medical conditions, children, the homeless, outdoor workers, and athletes are most at-risk to heat sickness.

Signs of Heat Sickness

Seek medical care immediately if you or someone you know experiences symptoms of heat sickness.

Heat Exhaustion

Heat Stroke

For more information, visit Extreme Heat Resources at the CDC or Minnesota Department of Health

Minneapolis Health Department
250 South 4th Street, Room 510
Minneapolis, MN 55415
(612) 673-2301

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Last updated Jun 16, 2014