Updated Jan. 15, 2:39 p.m.

In addition to planned closures for Martin Luther King Jr. Day, other Richardson facilities are closed Jan. 15 due to inclement weather, according to a city news release.

In addition to facility closures, there are three warming centers set up by the city that are open to provide temporary shelter from the elements.

What you need to know

No further delays or impacts for trash, bulk and brush collection, or recycling have been announced yet.

The Richardson Gymnastics Center and Heights and Huffhines recreation centers were initially set to open at noon Jan. 15, but remain closed for the day. All city facilities are scheduled to open at 10 a.m. Jan. 16 because of the inclement weather.

There are also three warming centers offering temporary shelter available in Richardson:
  • The police headquarters lobby, located at 200 N. Greenville Ave.
  • Fire Station No. 3, located at 500 W. Lookout Drive
  • Fire Station No. 6, located at 3591 Park Vista Road
What else?

According to the news release, the city’s winter weather plan has been activated, which means work crews are on standby to assist residents with water shutoffs, repair broken water mains and sand roadways, as needed. More information and updates to the city’s winter weather plan can be found online.

No announcements have been made yet about trash and recycling collections Jan. 16.

Editors note: This story has been updated with new information from the city.