Our Mission

The William A. Burnard (W.A.B.) W.A.B. Warming Center strengthens our community by providing safety, warmth, and care for unhoused individuals and families on the coldest nights of the year in Cache Valley, Utah.

Our Vision

Our community recognizes the inherent dignity and worth of every human being by ensuring that no one spends a single night unsheltered and alone during winter months in Cache Valley. 

Who Do We Serve?

The W.A.B. Warming Center will serve both individuals and families. Parents with children will be asked to sign an agreement stating that their children will remain with them at all times during their stay. Volunteers and staff will provide friendly, active, supervision at all times when the center is in operation.


Temporary overnight refuge from freezing temperatures. Access to water, snacks, warm weather clothing, and information about community programs and resources.

Operations & Logistics

Location: East Entrance of St. Johns Episcopal Church

85 E. 100 N. Logan, UT

Hours of Operation:

Nightly between

December 4, 2023 - Spring 2024

7:00pm to 8:00am MST

Parking and Transportation:

The W.A.B. Warming Center hours correspond with CVTD operating hours to ensure guests will have access to transportation. Please click this link for bus schedules and bus stop locations near you https://cvtdbus.org/routes/ .

** Hours and months of operation may be adjusted depending on resources available. There is an option to extend the open season through March 31st, depending on need, resources, and forecasted temperatures.