The City of Chino Hills offers a variety of locations within the community to escape from the scorching summer weather. Movie theaters, shopping centers and restaurants to name a few, provide spaces for Chino Hills residents to cool down. There are also government facilities open to the public during regular business hours, at the hottest periods of the day, including James S. Thalman Chino Hills Branch Library and the Chino Hills Community Center.
If high temperatures are anticipated to occur for an extended amount of time or are combined with a prolonged power outage, the City will consider opening a facility as a cooling center to assure a safe and comfortable environment for Chino Hills, CA residents.
For more information about staying cool in Chino Hills community or selling your Chino Hills home, contact Erika Shinzato, top real estate agent in Chino Hills (91709) and surrounding areas at (714) 485-3998.