Membership Policies

MEMBERSHIP POLICIES

Family Environment: Your YMCA strives to create a youth and family centered environment based on our four core values of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility.

Code of Conduct: Members must abide by posted rules and follow instructions from staff while using the facilities or participating in a program. Any staff member may ask you to leave for the day. Directors and Coordinators may suspend members for a period of time and only the Executive Director may dismiss members.

Waiver: The YMCA assumes no responsibility for injuries or illness that may sustain as a result of a physical condition or resulting from participation.  YMCA personnel may render medical treatment necessary and appropriate.  Payment of any resulting medical, hospital or related costs and expenses is the member’s responsibility.

Insurance: It is the members and participants responsibility to provide his or her own accident and health insurance. The YMCA does not provide coverage for members and program participants.

Guests Privileges: Members ages 18 and older receive 6 guest passes annually. Members must accompany guests at all times.  Guests ages 18+ must provide photo ID.

Membership Hold: Members may put their account on hold once a year for up to 4 months, usually due to injury, illness or travel.  Must be submitted in writing prior to the first of the month.

Fitness Center Guidelines: Please observe all posted rules. Ages 10-12 may work out in tandem with a parent after a Youth Orientation. Ages 13-14 may work out downstairs after a Youth Orientation. Ages 15-17 may work out downstairs, orientation optional.  Ages 18+ may use all equipment and facilities.

Credits and Refunds: A full refund or credit will be given if we cancel a program prior to it starting. A prorated refund or prorated credit will be given if we discontinue a program after it starts. A prorated refund or prorated credit for membership dues will be given with a 14 day written notice. If you cancel from a program, then only a prorated credit will be issued minus all administrative fees. If dismissed from the YMCA, then no refunds will be given.

Changing Rooms: The adult only locker rooms at the front of the facility are for adults 18 years and older. Children under 18 years of age should use the family changing rooms or the pool locker rooms. All children 6 and older must use the same gender locker rooms or the family changing rooms.

Lockers: Lockers are available for day use only. Please bring your own lock and remove it at the end of each visit. Items left overnight will be removed from the locker room and placed in lost and found. We recommend that you not bring valuables into the facility. The YMCA is not responsible for lost or stolen items.

Photo Policy: YMCA programs and events are often photographed for promotional purposes. If you do not wish to be included, please inform the photographer.

Cell Phone Policy: Mobile device use of any kind is not allowed in any of the bathrooms, locker rooms, saunas or changing areas. Phone conversations longer than a minute should be held in the lobby, handicapped entrance foyer, or outside areas.

Cancellation: To cancel your membership, you must provide a minimum of 14 days written notice prior to your billing cycle.

Weapons Policy: Most weapons are prohibited at the YMCA.  Only law enforcement and class instruction are allowed.  Members may have a small pepper spray and/or a small pocket knife (blade not longer than 3”).  No toy guns that look like real guns allowed.