FACILITIES ARE CLOSED.  PROGRAMS AND CHILD CARE ARE CANCELLED.  CLOSURES/CANCELLATIONS ARE THROUGH AT LEAST  MAY 1.

    The YMCA of Dane County’s Response to the COVID-19 Coronavirus

    Our YMCA's senior leadership team continues to monitor the COVID-19 coronavirus situation and take guidance from the Centers for Disease Control, Wisconsin Department of Health Services, Public Health Madison & Dane County and other large organizations like the NCAA and WIAA around large gatherings, social distancing and protecting individuals at elevated risk levels. It is definitely a time for vigilance and caution, and our foremost priority is protecting the health, wellness and safety of those we serve from exposure to this communicable illness.

    This page is our official information clearinghouse regarding this evolving situation. When there are updates, we will post them here. Please check back for the most-current information.

    UPDATED 4/1/2020 4:00 pm

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    Virtual Fitness Resources

    FACILITIES ARE CLOSED.  PROGRAMS AND CHILD CARE ARE CANCELLED.  CLOSURES/CANCELLATIONS ARE THROUGH AT LEAST  MAY 1.

    • In the interest of keeping the many communities and individuals we serve safe and healthy, our senior leadership team made the difficult decision to close all YMCA facilities and programming to help prevent the COVID-19 coronavirus from spreading. The closure is effective immediately, and we anticipate that it will last through at least May 1. We feel that this action is necessary and the most responsible way to respond to this unprecedented public health crisis.
    • As a cause-driven nonprofit that serves many communities, we are identifying ways to leverage our expertise to meet the new and emerging needs of our community during this pandemic.

    WE STRONGLY ENCOURAGE TO ALL:

    • Wash and sanitize hands frequently
    • Cover coughs and sneezes
    • Keep appropriate social distances
    • Stay home if you are sick or have been in close contact with an ill person
    • Stay home if you are at a higher risk due to age, underlying health condition or recent travel to China, South Korea, Italy, Iran or Japan