Bringing the heat
The summer heat always comes too early for Arizona residents. With temperatures reaching 100+ degrees as early as late April it can be quite a shock. One day the doors and windows are open, the next the A/C is blasting.
In Arizona, heat-related illness accounts for an average of 2,000 hospital visits and 118 deaths per year. 9 people in 2017 died in Pinal County due to a heat-related illness.
Trying to cool off
The UWPC with valued community partners ranging from county and city government, non-profits, business leaders, and community members host water hydration stations annually during the summer months to ensure Pinal County residents stay cool and hydrated.
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Where are the Hydration Stations?
Click here to view the Apache Junction Hydration Station Map
Click here to view the Apache Junction Water Donation Map
Click here to view the Florence Water Drive flyer
Click here to view the Casa Grande Water Drive Map
For more information please contact Braden Biggs with the United Way of Pinal County at 520-836-0736 or via email at email@example.com