Keeping your YMCA Clean, Safe, and Enjoyable
We all play an important role in promoting Healthy Living and preventing the spread of germs.
At the Y, we’re following best practices to help ensure that everyone visiting our family centers experiences a clean, safe environment as part of our Commitment to Health Safety. We pay close attention to local, regional, and national health news so that we can keep you updated on information and advisories from health agencies. We also stay proactively prepared should we need to quickly evolve our preventative measures and existing procedures in accordance with additional updates or recommendations from health agencies.
Starting on November 19 and as COVID-19 transmission rates continue to decline across our service area, the wearing of face masks for Y Team Members who are fully vaccinated as currently defined by the CDC, will now be highly recommended, but optional, effective immediately. Y Team Members who are not fully vaccinated will still be required to wear face masks indoors in accordance with CDC guidelines.
Our face mask policy, along with all other related health safety measures, will continue to evolve as we closely monitor changing transmission trends, mandates, and guidance. So, let’s please each do our part to keep our community healthy by diligently practicing the CDC’s preventative measures at the Y and at home. Let’s also please remain respectful of the personal choices of others.
Our Commitment to Health Safety is a responsibility of not only Y team members, but also involves everyone that visits their family center. Please review the following info to see what we’re doing and how you can help.
What the Y is Doing
We’re following several procedures to help ensure our facilities remain as clean as possible.
How You Can Help
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends these actions to help prevent the spread of respiratory diseases.