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Shelters open amidst winter storm

Below is a list of local warming shelters that are open amidst the winter storm.

Anderson County

  • Emergency shelter at Trinity Baptist Church, Belton Dr. in Williamston. The shelter will not be open, until there's a need. No pets allowed.
  • Anderson Civic Center, 3027 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. in Anderson

Laurens County

  • Clinton Public Safety, 404 N Broad St Clinton SC 29325
    • Heating / Water / Warm Beverage / Sitting Area & Handicap Accessible
    • Opened Tuesday, February 11th at 2 p.m. for 72 hours
  • Laurens City PD, 250 W Laurens Street Laurens SC 29360
    • Heating / Water / Warm Beverage / Sitting Area & Handicap Accessible
    • Opened Tuesday, February 11th at 2 p.m. for 72 hours

Polk County

  • Red Cross shelter at 231 Ward St. Columbus, The Red Cross can be reached at 828-894-2700.

Spartanburg County

  • Miracle Hill Cold Weather Shelter is open to everyone needing shelter, the homeless, and those without heat. Call 864-242-6933 for more info.
    • If you need transportation, call AmbuStar at 864-573-5662.
  • Woodruff Community Center, 116 South Main St. in Woodruff.
    • The shelter will be open at least until 1 p.m., if people want to come they should call 864-205-0226 or 864-476-2256.

If you know of another shelter, email the information to foxcarolinanews@foxcarolina.com

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