Visit Anytime, Reservation No Longer Required

The Y is confident in its ability to manage capacity requirements of its community centers, as required by state guidelines. We will no longer require members to make a reservation for general use of our community centers. However, reservations for specific programs like group exercise classes, lap swim, and water aerobics will still be necessary. We believe the overall member experience will be enhanced by removing the initial reservation requirement for the community center.

Staying Safe Together

To help keep our members and staff safe, the Y will have limited capacity to ensure proper physical distancing in alignment with government and health department guidelines.

View Current Community Center Capacity

Before You Reserve Your Time, make sure you:
  1. Sign your waiver to gain access all of the Y's virtual and in-person equipment, programs, and classes
  2. Before visiting our Aquatics Centers, review safety and etiquette guidelines
  3. Stay home if you’re sick. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and state public health officials encourage seniors and members of vulnerable populations, including those with underlying health conditions, to stay at home.



You must be an active member to reserve your time. Reservations accommodate up to five family members per membership account for up to two one-hour reservations at your Y. For aquatics, members can reserve one 45-minute lap lane, per member, per day.

Need help making a reservation? Fill out our YMCA Reservations Help form for assistance.