Staff say since they opened up for the season January 3rd, they've been averaging about 17 men per night staying with them.
With the colder weather this week, they've been serving more than 20 per night and it won't stop there.
"We're going to take anybody in that we feel could be threatened with frostbite or death due to the extreme weather," says Jeanne Archer, an Associate Director with InterServ, the agency that runs the shelter.
Archer was also involved in the bi-annual homeless count that several agencies were a part of Thursday morning. She said in this weather, it's sometimes hard to find the homeless while they're hiding out from the cold weather.