Stay cool and check out these sources from City of Phoenix
Heat Relief Network
To stay hydrated, drink water even when you don’t feel thirsty. The “Heat Relief Network” offers free water and indoor places to cool off. To make a cash or water donation, call 602-677-6055. Learn more at phoenix.gov/heat
Everyone has a right to a safe indoor temperature. Phoenix requires landlords to maintain 82° or cooler for units with air conditioning, or 86° or cooler for evaporative coolers. Call 602-262-7210 to make a report.
Keep pets hydrated and in the shade. If you notice heat stress such as heavy panting, glazed eyes, rapid pulse, deep red or purple tongue, bring pets inside. Note: dogs are not allowed on City hiking trails when it’s 100° or warmer.
Always carry sunscreen and apply regularly to yourself and your kids. Also, wearing light colored clothing and a wide brimmed hat or umbrella will help protect your skin from harmful UV rays.
Kids and pets and cars
Never leave a child or a pet in a parked car, even to run a quick errand. Cracking the window is not enough. Temperatures can reach between 131° and 172° inside a parked car within minutes.
Combating extreme heat
Concerned about the rising temperatures in Phoenix? The city needs your ideas on how to combat climate change. Help us create a more sustainable future by completing a survey at phoenix.gov/climate
Tie up trash
Please bag and tie your trash before putting it in your container. This helps prevent odors and insects. Remember, don’t overload your container and don’t bag recyclables.