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Update Sacramento city officials extend warming centers through March 13 for rain

Sacramento's weather respite centers are opening as temperatures are forecasted to dip into freezing temperatures coupled with rain.
Credit: ABC10

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Sacramento's Outreach and Engagement Center at 3615 Auburn Boulevard will open as a weather respite center that can accommodate up to 50 people through Monday morning — including families and pets.

The center will be open 24 hours a day.

The North Fifth Shelter lobby at 700 North Fifth St. is open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. for up to 20 people, but the warming shelter is only for adults with no pets allowed.

Both shelters are accepting walk-ups.

Click here for more information about free rides to-and-from the warming shelter from Sacramento Regional Transit.

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