The Red Cross and number of northeastern Oklahoma communities have set up shelters for those who need a place to go during this ice storm:
Red Cross along with many communities continue to help those affected by the ice storm. The American Red Cross expected just over 1,000 people to stay in their shelters Monday evening. On Monday, Red Cross officials say they served 1,035 meals and expect that number to rise on Tuesday.
Tulsa: First Baptist Church 403 S Cincinnati Avenue
Tulsa: Good Shepard Lutheran Church 8730 E. Skelly Drive
Tulsa: Asbury United Methodist Church 6767 S. Mingo
Tulsa: All American Fitness Is open to the public for showering 6900 S. Lewis
Claremore: First United Methodist Church 1615 N. Hwy 88
Sperry: First Baptist Church Open As A Warming Station
Collinsville: First Baptist Church 1301 W. Main Street
Ketchum: Methodist Church 206 Amarillo Drive
Miami: First Assembly of God 1815 Steve Owens Blvd
Owasso: First Christian Church 86th Street North and 122nd East Avenue
Pryor: Community Center 6 N. Adair
Rolling Hills: Community Center 20 S. 200 E. Avenue
Bixby: New Beginnings Church 4104 E 151st St.
Bristow: First Baptist Church
Broken Arrow: Arrow Heights Baptist Church 3201 S. Elm Place
Broken Arrow: All American Fitness Is open to the public for showering 91st and Aspen Ave.
Commerce: Southeast Baptist Church 103 East B Street
Coweta: First Assembly of God 29707 East State Highway 51
Mannford: Community Activity Center 100 Cimarron Ave.
Picher: 100 Deville Creek
Sapulpa: First Presbyterian Church 406 E. Lee
Wyandotte: Community Center 110 S. Main Street
For more information, contact your local police department or the American Red Cross at 918-831-1100.