We’re Open! It’s been a strange couple of months, but Your YMCA is ready to welcome you back on May 26 at 8 am. While we’re excited to open the doors, keeping members and staff safe and healthy will require things to operate differently as we reopen in phases. We will strictly follow CDC and public health guidelines, so please review the Phase 1 information below so you know what to expect as you return to Your Y. Scroll down to review protocols for specific facility areas like fitness centers and pools.

Phase 1 Operating Hours

  • Monday-Friday: 6:00 am-8:00 pm
  • Saturday: 6:00 am-2:00 pm
  • Sunday: 9:00 am-2:00 pm

Important Safety Protocols

  • Please wear masks or face coverings, especially when entering and leaving our buildings.
  • Staff will wear personal protective equipment (PPE) like masks and/or gloves for your protection and theirs. 
  • Members must practice social distancing, maintaining at least six feet between themselves and others.

Visiting Your Branch to Workout

Step 1, Self Check-In: Scan your membership ID at the card reader in the lobby area.
Step 2, Health Screen: All members and staff will have their temperature checked upon entering the building. Individuals with a temperature over 100.4°F will not be permitted to enter the facility until they are symptom-free for 72 hours.
Step 3, Wash Hands: Please wash your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds and/or use hand sanitizer when entering and leaving our facilities.
Step 4, Workout: Please proceed to your designated area.

General Facility Information

  • Staff will sanitize and disinfect common areas throughout the day.
  • Bottle-filling stations remain open, and members should bring their own drink bottles to fill and stay hydrated during workouts.
  • Visual reminders of all guidelines are posted throughout our facilities to help staff and members stay safe.
  • These amenities are temporarily discontinued:
    • Facility use by guests and AWAY members
    • Actively Aging Day Pass program on Wednesday mornings
    • Complimentary coffee
    • Vending machines

These protocols will be reevaluated and updated to be consistent with local, state and national public health guidelines. Watch this page, your email and our social media accounts for new information. Additionally, virtual fitness resources remain available for those continuing to stay safe at home during Phase 1.

Fitness Centers

Pools

Group Fitness Classes

Locker Rooms

No Phase 1 Access