Overnight warming centers to open in Stockton

Stockton will open Warming Zones tonight for overnight protection from weather conditions.

STOCKTON, Calif. — As the heavy rain continues to pour down in the valley, many roads are closing due to flooding and thousands of Stockton residents were without power throughout Saturday.

Stockton city officials urge residents to avoid travel and not drive, ride, walk or wade through flooded areas.

Stockton will open Warming Zones Saturday night for overnight protection from weather conditions, according to officials.

Check-in begins at 8:00 am Saturday and check-out is by 7:00 am Sunday morning.

Here are the current locations for the Warming Zones:

Arnold Rue Community Center – 5758 Lorraine Ave., 95210

Stribley Community Center – 1760 E. Sonora St., Stockton, 95205

According to city officials, overnight resting space will be offered in gymnasiums, which are heated, restrooms will be open, and water and snacks will be provided.

Shelters are also open for those who need it:

Gospel Center Rescue Mission – 445 S. San Joaquin St., Stockton, 95203

Stockton Shelter for the Homeless – 411 Harrison St, Stockton, 95203

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