Cold Temps Prompt Nashville To Open Emergency Shelter
12:14 PM, Dec 7, 2017
1:16 PM, Dec 8, 2017
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - A blast of cold air has prompted Nashville to open an emergency shelter as temperatures dip across the area.
Nashville Mayor Megan Barry tweeted Thursday morning that the city would open an overflow shelter later in the evening at the East Park Community Center, located at 600 Woodland Street.
Due to cold weather, Metro will open an overflow shelter this evening at East Park Community Shelter, 600 Woodland St. Beds will be available 7:30PM to 7AM on Friday. A mobile pet unit will be at the location as well.