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With the high heat expected the next few days in Salt Lake County, be aware of the signs of Heat Exhaustion and Heat Stroke. Find the nearest Cool Zone for a "cool" break. *Note, Cool Zones not open on Sundays.

We have some hot days ahead of us. If you need a break from the heat, check out one of Salt Lake County's Cool Zones at libraries (open to everyone) and senior centers (for those 60+) across the valley.

Visit to find one near you.

#SLCo #CoolZones

Summer is in full swing, and staying hydrated is more important than ever! While drinking plenty of water is essential, did you know you can also boost your hydration through the foods you eat?

🍉 Watermelon: Packed with 92% water, it's perfect for hydration and a sweet treat.

Thanks to our partners @SLCoEmerMngt and @NWSSaltLakeCity for sharing this info. Check the cooling ability (A/C, swamp) of the elderly, and monitor them as well as children for heat related illnesses. Check your city or county for cooling center locations.

#Prepare and #BeInformed about extreme heat: When it’s extremely hot outside, #BeatTheHeat. Stay in the shade or indoors. Watch yourself and others for signs of hyperthermia (heat exhaustion). Learn about what to do in extreme heat from @Readygov:

👩‍🚒👮The Cottonwood Heights Police Department is hosting a community event for families affected by autism on Saturday, August 3rd, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at City Hall (2277 E. Bengal Blvd.). You'll have the chance to meet police officers and first responders.

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