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Welcome to the New Cupertino.org

Welcome to the City of Cupertino’s redesigned website. Explore our new look and structure, which reflect the priorities and values of our local government and community. Check out our new and updated content.

The old website, which served us well for many years, has been retired to make way for this fresh approach to the City’s internet presence.

We’d love to hear your comments and feedback on the new Cupertino.org via our Website Redesign Satisfaction Survey as we work to continually improve the site to give you the info and tools that you need.

Keep Cool this Summer

Post Date:06/16/2017 11:53 am

sun setting dark orange skies

Need a break from the heat?  Stop by a Cupertino Facility to Cool Off!

The National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory through tomorrow morning.  The City recognizes the severity of this and wants to ensure that everyone is able to cool off during this heat wave.  The City has the following facilities available for the public to access and cool down:

Cupertino City Hall Lobby:

10300 Torre Ave

Hours: 7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

 

Cupertino Library:

10800 Torre Ave

10:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.

 

Quinlan Community Center

10185 N Stelling Rd

8:00 a.m. – 10: p.m.

 

Cupertino Sports Center

21111 Stevens Creek Blvd

6:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.

 

Cupertino Senior Center

21251 Stevens Creek Blvd

8:00 a.m. – 7:30 p.m.

 

 The temperature this week is expected to reach the low to mid 90s. Prolonged exposure to hot temperatures can cause heat-related illnesses, such as heat stroke, heat exhaustion, and heat cramps. These can be serious and life threatening. 

Below are some tips and reminders from the Santa Clara County Fire Department and Santa Clara County Public Health Department on how to stay cool and safe in the heat: 

1) Drink plenty of liquids. Drink water even if you don’t feel thirsty. Avoid alcohol, caffeine, and sugar since they cause your body to lose fluids. 

2) Limit physical activity. Avoid physical activity during the hottest time of the day, which can extend from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

3) Never leave people or pets in a closed, parked car. Always check the back seat of the vehicle prior to walking away. 

4) Stay in air-conditioned areas. Help keep cool by spending time at malls, libraries, movie theaters, and community centers. 

5) Cool off by taking a bath or shower. Cool, plain water baths or moist towels work best. 

6) Wear cool clothing. Lightweight, light-colored, and loose-fitting clothing can help you keep cool. Cotton clothes are good because they let sweat evaporate. 

7) Do not bundle babies. Babies do not handle heat well because their sweat glands are not fully developed. Do not put them in blankets or heavy clothing. 

8) Cover your head. Wear a wide-brimmed, vented hat or use an umbrella when outdoors because your head absorbs heat easily. 

9) Wear sunglasses and sunscreen. Use sunscreen with SPF 30 or higher when outdoors. 

10) Rest often in shady areas. Find shady places to cool down when outdoors, such as underneath trees.

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