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Severe weather info

Find resources you can access to stay warm and navigate colder weather.

Shelters to help you stay warm

As the weather gets 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:


Youth & Young Adults: 
The Landing, Friends of Youth
16101 NE 87th St., Redmond
24 hours


Single Adults & Couples: 
Reclaim formerly Snoqualmie Valley Shelter Services
38625 SE River St, Snoqualmie


King County libraries are open for daytime warming during regular hours.

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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.

How you can help

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, hand warmers, 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.