Cold weather shelters now open in St. Louis City, County - KMOV.com

Cold weather shelters now open in St. Louis City, County

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(KMOV.com) – This evening, St. Louis City officials opened three cold weather shelters.

The location of the shelters are the Ameri-Corps Center on Ann Avenue, Calvary Baptist Church on MLK and the 12th and Park Rec Center.

The facilities provide a warm place to stay for anyone who needs to get out of the cold.

A separate facility, located in the 10,000 block of Page Avenue is open tonight. This shelter is operated by St. Louis County and the Salvation Army and will remain open until March 1. It can hold up to 48 people. 

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