Pool Schedule (effective 11/25/2020)
The swimming pool will be open for Lap & limited Recreational Swimming as scheduled.
Recreational Swim Time
No reservations are required for pool use. However, we will adhere to a maximum capacity at all locations. Aquatics staff will enforce these limits, so you may experience a wait time for pool use.
During Lap Swim times, there will be 4 lap lanes with a maximum of 2 people per lane, with two open exercise lanes with a maximum of 8 people at any time.
During Recreational Swim times, there will be a maximum of 25 bathers allowed in the pool.
Locker Rooms & Showers
- You are required to wear a mask while using the locker room.
- You are asked to physically distance yourself from other members while in the locker room.
- You will be required to follow all directions and signage posted.
- You will be required to take a Y-provided spray-cleaning bottle and use it to clean area you used. This includes the bench you sat on and the locker you used. You need to clean anything you touch.
- You will be asked to limit your time in the locker room.
Our Pools will CLOSE during Lightning, Thunder and Violent Storms
The procedure to close for safety during lightning, thunder violent storms is recommended by the YMCA of the USA, The National Lightning Safety Institute, The American Red Cross and our local insurance provider.
“The American Red Cross and the National Lightning Safety Institute continue to recommend the proactive action of removing swimmers from indoor pools as a lightning or violent storm approaches, and until after it passes. We understand that people come to indoor pools to have fun and avoid weather related situations; however we must also remain diligent in clearing the indoor pools during thunderstorms. For the safety of indoor pool swimmers, we are retaining our stance and will continue to endorse the clearing of indoor pools during a thunderstorm”. – YMCA of the USA
“Indoor pool facilities are connected to a much larger surface area through underground water pipes, gas lines, and electric and telephone wiring. If lightning strikes the ground anywhere on this metallic network, it may induce shocks elsewhere. It is recommended to wait at least 30 minutes after the last sound of thunder before resuming aquatic activities.” – National Lightning Institute
The YMCA is dedicated to the health, safety and well-being of our members, and staff. In the event of an Emergency Management Storm Warning (EMS) and/or direct lighting in the vicinity of the Y, we will clear the pool and surrounding deck for a minimum of 30 minutes. The length of closure may adjust as conditions dictate.
In an effort to reduce any inconvenience to our members we will begin using our mobile app and our web site to communicate pool closings that result from inclement weather. Watch our social media pages (Facebook, Twitter) , or our mobile app for iPhones and Android phones. We will post closings as quickly as possible.
If there are storms in the area, we recommend you check one of these resources before heading to the YMCA for a swim. We will make our best effort to post information related to closings as quickly as possible.
Thank you for your understanding. We strive to provide a safe and enjoyable facility for our members.