Stay Warm This Winter
It may have taken a little longer to get cold this year, but winter didn’t forget about us. As the chill sets in across Maryland, many don’t have the necessary shelter to stay warm and safe.
In Anne Arundel County, all police district stations are available 24 hours a day as warming shelters. Restrooms are available, but showers, food, water, and medication are not provided. For a ride to any of the below locations, call (410) 222-0022. For more information, click here.
- Northern District, 939 Hammonds Lane, Baltimore 21225
- Eastern District, 204 Pasadena Road, Pasadena 21122
- Western District, 8273 Telegraph Road, Odenton 21133
- Southern District, 35 Stepneys Lane, Edgewater 21027
Baltimore City also declares a “Code Blue” when weather is expected to be particularly harsh. For information about shelters, emergency preparedness, and expected weather, dial 311 or review the Street Outreach Information Card here.
In Baltimore County, all public libraries and senior centers are open to the public during normal business hours. For overnight relief, homeless individuals can call 410-853-3000 or review this information page.
Howard County offers winter housing in its various shelters. For information on the shelters or to find additional resources, call the winter crisis hotline at 410-531-6677.
For information about Montgomery County’s shelters and winter response, visit the Department of Health and Human Services website.
Prince George’s County also offers multiple warming centers throughout the county. View the complete list here.
For more information on winter weather preparedness, visit Ready.gov. Stay warm Maryland!