Over 200 beds at the Salvation Army were full last night and Major Grider said it is going to stay that way.
"It was all of our beds we were all full," Grider saud. "We had a full house, but we had anyway with the temperatures dropping here recently that had begun."
The season of cold weather may be coming a little late this year but forecasters said they are here.
"Cold weather is cold weather," Morrison said. "I think they are the same way out here that we are when it gets below 20 degrees, it's just cold."
Frank Morrison, President of Link Ministries, said they too have a full house.
Thanks to a donation from local supporters though, they were able to make it through last nights wintery mix.
"Most of the residents with their zero degree bags and these army tents," Morrison said. "Can really stay warm, stay comfortable in their tents."
With both Tent City and the Salvation Army full the cities homeless are looking for other options.
"Our effort is to get them back to a shelter," Grider said. "Certainly that is why we do this, but there are some folks who just don't want to do it. They'll stay where they are so we try to do what we can with toboggans and socks trying to keep them somewhat warm."
Tonight Major Grider and the Salvation Army volunteers will be firing up their canteen for a program called Survive the Night.
The folks at Tent City will rely on the supplies they have.
"I'm confident that we have the resources, whether hand warmers or gloves, the bag liners for their sleeping bags," Morrison said. "We've got the equipment necessary to keep them comfortable during these cold nights."