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  • As the weather continues to get colder, we wanted to share a list of resources that you can access to stay warm. Below are a few shelters to help you stay out of the cold:
  • Redmond – Youth & Young Adults: The Landing, Friends of Youth, 16101 NE 87th St., Redmond, 24 hours, contact 425-449-3868
  • Snoqualmie – Single Adults & Couples: Reclaim (formerly Snoqualmie Valley Shelter Services), 38625 SE River St, Snoqualmie, contact 425-773-2874
  • Libraries: King County libraries are open for daytime warming during regular hours.

Additionally, here are some resources to help you as you navigate the colder weather:

Housing is the solution to homelessness. Extra shelter space during extreme weather helps meet the immediate need for warmth, but doesn’t solve the root cause. We hope this can be a reminder to all our neighbors that housing is a basic human need, and every human deserves a safe place to live.

Members of the public who would like to support the distribution of harm reduction supplies like coats, blankets, wool or synthetic socks and gloves, sleeping bags, blankets, handwarmers, and food should donate funds directly to a local service provider. Donating funds ensures flexibility so that outreach and shelter providers can adjust their supplies to provide whatever is most needed.

Contact Councilmember Sarah Perry

Main phone:
206-477-1003

TTY/TDD:
206-296-1024

Fax:
206-296-0198