KENOSHA, WI–The extreme heat in this week’s forecast has officials warning residents to be careful when outside. The Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department reminds us to check up on family, friends, neighbors, and pets during the extreme heat. Heat related illnesses can affect everyone, but especially the young and elderly. Kenosha Fire Chief Chuck Leipzig told WLIP’s Wake Up Kenosha that you should use common sense when it comes to outdoor activities.

The Kenosha County Division of Health has provided the following list of cooling centers.

Froedtert South Kenosha Medical Center Campus 6308 8th Avenue
Froedtert South St. Catherine’s Campus 9555 – 76th Street
Aurora Hospital 10400 75th Street
Memorial Hospital of Burlington 252 McHenry Street, Burlington
Pleasant Prairie RecPlex 9900 Terwall Terrace, Pleasant Prairie
Randall Town Hall 34530 Bassett Road, Bassett
Somers Village Hall 7511 – 12th Street, Somers
Twin Lakes Village Hall 108 E. Main Street, Twin Lakes
Kenosha County Center 19600 – 75th Street, Bristol
Kenosha County Job Center 8600 Sheridan Road, Kenosha
Northside Public Library 1500 – 27th Avenue, Kenosha
Southwest Library 7979 – 38th Avenue, Kenosha
Simmons Library 711 – 59th Place, Kenosha
Uptown Library 2419 – 63rd Street, Kenosha
Kenosha Public Museum 5500 – 1st Avenue, Kenosha
Civil War Museum 5400 – 1st Avenue, Kenosha
Dinosaur Discovery Museum 5608 – 10th Avenue, Kenosha
Twin Lakes Community Library 110 S. Lake Avenue, Twin Lakes
Salem Community Library 24615 – 89th Street, Salem
American Red Cross Sites as necessary