Bangor, Maine: The City of Bangor has established a list of warming centers available to the public during the storm. The concern is that with wind gusts expected to peak at 50 mph, power outages are likely. The Bangor Police Department will transport people to warming centers if needed. To arrange for transport, please contact the Bangor Police Department at 207-947-7382.
The designated warming centers are as follows:
Bangor City Hall - open 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM (business offices closed at noon, but the building remains open)
Bangor Parks and Recreation - open 7:00 AM to 9:00 PM
Bangor Police Department - open 24/7
Central Fire Station - limited availability, please call ahead - 207-992-4700
The City will alert the public of any emergency shelters via the City's website (www.bangormaine.gov), Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/BangorCityHall/), and Twitter page (https://twitter.com/Cityofbangorme). Information will also be posted to local news outlets.
Brunswick Recreation Department
220 Neptune Dr
Open through 8:00 pm Friday; 8:00 am to 8:00 pm Saturday and Sunday. Showers. No food.
Cumberland Town Hall
290 Tuttle Road
Freeport Public Safety Bldg
16 Main St
Open at noon: Restrooms/charging stations/water
City of Augusta
9 Pleasant St.
Open 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.
Mattawamkeag : With the storm predictions of high snow totals and high winds and drifting the possibility of power outages are high so the Mattawamkeag Town Hall will be opened up as a warming station if the power goes out for a extended period of time and is open to anyone needing shelter for the night.
Milo Town Hall
6 Pleasant St
Georgetown Community Center
19 Old Schoolhouse Rd
Warming; Food prep - bring oven food; charging; water available
769 Five Islands Rd
Call ahead 371-2106 to be sure it is open
13 Nequasset Rd
Showers, charging, warming 9am until 4pm daily
Islesboro Community Center
103 Pendleton Point Road
Open 6:00 am to 9:00 pm.