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Member Etiquette 

The YMCA is a shared experience for everyone to enjoy. Each of us can make it better for all by being considerate of others. YMCA members, volunteers and staff all accept the responsibility to treat one another with Caring, Honesty and Respect. We ask that members respect all posted guidelines in specific program areas. Please feel free to speak with a YMCA staff if there are any questions.

Technology Etiquette

The YMCA values and respects the privacy and security of our members and participants. We ask that you please not use any cell phones, digital cameras, or other electronic devices that may infringe upon the enjoyment, privacy and security of your fellow members and participants.

Photography during any YMCA program or activity is not allowed. There may be designated times, on occasion, for parents to photograph their own children in programs. These times will be posted in advance.

YMCA Change Rooms are technology-free zones. When using these areas, please ensure that your electronic devices are stored in either your pocket, or in your gym bag.

Cell phones may be used in the lobby of the YMCA. Please be mindful of other members and participants at all times. We appreciate your cooperation in helping to create an enjoyable experience for all.

Photo ID Policy

If you are 16 years+, you must swipe a YMCA Membership Card or show government-Issued photo ID to enter the YMCA. You must sign-in at Member Services before accessing any part of the Y. If you are the parent, guardian, grandparent, relative, etc. of a  child member, you must swipe your own YMCA Membership Card to gain access, or show your photo ID.

Swim Supervision Policy

This policy applies to all Open Swims, Family Swims & Birthday Parties.

  • Children under 6 years of age must be directly supervised in the water by a parent/guardian, who is at least 16 years of age, at a ratio of 1:2. All children must be within arm’s reach of the guardian in the shallow end.
  • Children 6 to 9 years of age must be directly supervised in the water by a parent/guardian, who is at least 16 years of age, at a ratio of 1:4.
  • Children 10 and up are welcome to swim in the pool as appropriate to their swim ability. Children will be asked to perform the facility swim test. Those who cannot yet pass the swim test will be required to remain in the shallow end.
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