Our memberships are based on household units. A Household is defined as two adults living in a household with their dependents, if any. The number of adults is limited to two, unless other adults in the household qualify as dependents and are claimed on either of the primary adults' tax return. Dependents include full time college students, elderly parents or disabled adult children. Verification of household status may be required and can include drivers' license, rental agreement, or a bill with a shared address.
Corporate members, active duty military, and Financial Assistance applicants may receive discounts by visiting a YMCA facility.
Financial Assistance is provided to individuals, kids, and families on a need basis and allows access to all programs, activities, and facilities at the YMCA. If we can serve you or your family in this way, please visit the Financial Assistance page or pick up an application at any of our branches.
Ensuring Safety for All
The YMCA conducts regular sex offender screenings on all members, participants, and guests. If a sex offender match occurs, the YMCA reserves the right to cancel membership, end program participation, and remove visitation access.