With temperatures dipping below freezing again, Salt Lake City's main homeless shelter is inviting all who need a warm place to sleep to come inside.
"No one gets turned away," said Celeste Eggert, director of development and community relations for The Road Home at 210 S. Rio Grande St.
On April 1, The Road Home's winter overflow shelter in Midvale closed its doors for the season. The warehouse-type facility opened early last October in response to a continuing flood of families who had become homeless. About two dozen families housed there were recently relocated to the main downtown shelter.