City Hall, library to serve as cooling centers during heat wave
ROCHESTER - The City of Rochester is offering two cooling centers as temperatures are projected to reach more than 90 degrees over the next several days.
The two locations include the Rochester Public Library, 65 South Main Street, and City Hall, 31 Wakefield Street.
"We want everyone to have a safe and fun summer," said Rochester Fire Chief Mark Klose. "The Public Library and City Hall provide a place for you and your family to go to cool down during hot summer days."