A Rochester community center shut down by flood damage back in January is ready to open its doors again.

The Charles Settlement House Senior Center and Rochester's Northwest Neighborhood Service Center both lost their quarters on Parkway Street when last winter's intense cold froze a fire sprinkler pipe. It burst and flooded the building, causing more than half-a-million dollars in damage to walls, floors, ceiling and furnishings.

Restoration on the lower level of the building is still underway but the community centers are back together and ready to open for business.  Mayor Warren and other officials will cut the ribbon this morning.