The design and construction of reinforced concrete structures in the arctic is of increased interest. Concrete and steel properties change as temperatures drop below freezing. Change in concrete properties such as compressive and tensile strengths and elastic modulus can be large. The changes in steel properties are smaller over this temperature range, but could still be important. These changes in properties due to arctic temperatures will impact the structural behavior of reinforced concrete elements as well as frames. In this study, representative elements of reinforced concrete frames are analyzed to determine how changes in element stiffness over a range of temperatures influences moment demand in frame elements based on variations in material properties with temperature that are reported in the literature. The temperature-affected strengths and stiffness of these elements were incorporated into a simple, analytical frame model to assess the impact of reduced temperature on frame behavior. In particular, the changes in demand on elements and connections for service load conditions as the temperature decreases are evaluated.