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Extreme cold weather daytime supports to continue till January 19

January 16, 2024 – For immediate release

AIRDRIE, ALBERTA – Although the extreme cold weather warning for Airdrie from Environment Canada has now been lifted, the City of Airdrie will continue to offer vulnerable and unsheltered residents extreme cold weather daytime warming spaces till Friday, January 19, 2024.

Vulnerable and unsheltered residents of Airdrie can continue to utilize Airdrie Public Library and Genesis Place as daytime warming spaces during their regular operating hours. Airdrie Transit will also continue to ensure all residents anywhere along their transit routes remain safe and be provided transportation options to access various programs and services or other warm, safe environments.

“Both, the warming spaces and Airdrie Transit service supports, can be utilized till the end of business hours on Friday, January 19. We would like to thank the Airdrie Public Library, our teams at Genesis Place and Airdrie Transit, and the community’s social serving organizations, for their support during this extreme cold weather event,” said Angela Angel, social planner at the City of Airdrie.

Community organizations will continue to offer various supports like food, shelter, addiction and mental health services for the residents who need it. To view a list of these organizations, please visit

What can Airdrie residents do to help?

  • Call 911 for someone in serious distress or in cases of emergency.
  • For all other non-emergency matters, contact Municipal Enforcement at 403.948.8888 or the RCMP non-emergency complaint line at 403.945.RCMP (7267).


Media Contact:

Angela Angel
Social Planner
City of Airdrie