MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The city of Minneapolis says it’s providing extra resources to help get those experiencing homelessness out of the heat.

Mayor Jacob Frey said at a press conference Thursday that there are cooling spaces available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

(credit: Hennepin County)

As of last month, there were more than a dozen encampments around the city. Frey says Minneapolis and Hennepin County have invested more than $26 million on more than 200 new shelter beds and other resources.

Click here for Hennepin County’s interactive map showing where to find places to cool down.