Cohoes Senior Center opened as a warming shelter during frigid temps


The City of Cohoes has made a “warming station” available at the Cohoes Senior Center for anyone who needs to seek shelter from this week’s frigid temperatures.

Mayor Shawn Morse advised residents that the Cohoes Senior Center at 10 Cayuga Plaza will be available to anyone seeking temporary shelter to the homeless and residents without heat, hot water, or shelter.

During normal business hours, residents can just show up at the senior center. During weekends and holidays, residents should first call 911 or go to their nearest fire or police department where official will help them.

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