YMCA building hours will be M-F 5:00 am - 10:00 pm, Saturday 6:30 am - 7:00 pm, and Sunday 1 pm - 7:00 pm. Staff will spend 30 minutes sanitizing high touch areas before the buildings open and after the buildings close in addition to 7-days a week contracted after hours cleaning.
Pool hours will be M-F 6 am – 9:30 pm, Saturday 7 am – 6:30 pm, and Sunday 1 pm – 6:30 pm. All pools will have social distancing and maximum capacity requirements. Social distancing capacity in the small pool will increase to 20 people. Large pool capacity will increase to allow 4 people per lap lane for programs. Lap lanes will be reduced to 4 lanes in the pool and the open swim area in the large pool will reopen for classes. Capacity for water fitness classes will be 16. Total capacity for the large pool will be 50 people.
Child Watch is open on a first come first served basis with capacity limits, for 6 weeks to 9 years of age.
Youth members under age 11 must be accompanied and supervised by a parent or adult while in YMCA buildings at all times. No exceptions.
Members under 18 may not enter the buildings before 11am, unless they are participating in a YMCA program (ex. swimming lessons, Child Watch, sports camps, etc.)
YMCA Staff will continue to conduct routine disinfecting of high-touch surfaces, equipment, and common areas of the facility and Sanitation stations will be available throughout the buildings.
Guest passes will be sold for organized programs and guest of members.
Fitness Center orientations will resume on a limited schedule.
Personal Training and Athletic Training will continue to be offered.
Additional programming will be offered including swim lessons, gymnastics, youth sports and Silver Sneakers classes.
Locker rooms will be open with limited shower facilities. Members are encouraged to arrive dressed to exercise and then clean up at home. Disinfectant spray will be available.
Steam rooms and sauna rooms will remain closed per Governor DeWine order.
Whirlpools will be open with a limit of 1 person/persons of same household at a time with 10 minute limit.
Towel service will continue.
Senior Center Drop-in Program (Piqua Branch) will not be offered, but organized senior programs will be scheduled at the Activity Center.
Youth Center will be open at the Activity Center.
Facility rentals will not be available except for organized meetings that can social distance.
Self-serve coffee, tea, and hot water will not be available.
Some drinking fountains have been converted to bottle filling stations and disinfectant has been provided to sanitize before and after use.
Sports equipment such as basketballs will be checked out at desk and will be sanitized between usages.
Contact sports programs such as basketball, soccer, and volleyball can resume under the guidelines provided by the Ohio Department of Health.
ANNUAL SUPPORT CAMPAIGN
The Annual Support Campaign provides financial support to the many youth programs offered by the Miami County YMCA.