YOUR YMCA IS BACK

After months of waiting patiently, YOUR Y IS BACK! and we can’t wait to see you soon. We’ve been hard at work serving our Y members and preparing for your return. We’ve added new safety protocols, extensive cleaning routines, and a reservation system that guarantees your spot in a safe, socially-distanced workout. And, beginning September 28, you and your family will have even more ways to use the Y: expanded hours, longer reservations, in-branch child care, and LIVE group exercise classes at your Y! Read more below.

Expanded Facility Hours

Our new hours will take effect on September 28. We will be closed from 1-3 PM for daily deep cleaning.

Day Hours
Monday 5 AM – 8 PM
Tuesday 5 AM – 8 PM
Wednesday 5 AM – 8 PM
Thursday 5 AM – 8 PM
Friday 5 AM – 8 PM
Saturday 7 AM – Noon
Sunday Closed

Place a reservation today by downloading our mobile app.

Frequently Asked Questions

Click a question below to see the answer. We’re eager to answer any other questions you may have. Contact us at info@ymca-snoco.org or 425 374 5779.

Guarantee Your Spot

Our new reservation system ensures members have equal access to safe, physically-distanced time at the Y. The easiest way to reserve is by downloading our mobile app, or you can place reservations over the phone by calling 425 374 5779. Reservations become available two days in advance at 8 AM. Learn more about how we’re ensuring equal access to our facility by reviewing our Reservation Etiquette.

Fitness Center Reservations

Members can reserve 60 minute sessions in our fitness centers. Get back to your routine (or set a new one!) by reserving time in our cardio/weight room, group cycle studio, and more. Here’s what to expect:

  • Masks are required at all times when not engaged in strenuous activity
  • Showers and lockers are reserved for swimmers only
  • Plan to bring your own gym towel
  • Equipment has been spaced to meet physical distancing guidelines
  • Maximum occupancy is posted and monitored in all areas
  • Youth ages 12 and 13 may use these areas without supervision after completing an orientation with Y staff
  • Youth ages 8-11 must be accompanied by a supervising individual who remains in the room and is actively monitoring the youth.
  • Youth ages 14 and older are considered adults for the purpose of use of the facility.
  • Remember to bring your own refillable water bottle
  • Arrive 5-10 minutes before your reservation

Pool Reservations

Members can reserve 45 minute sessions in our pools. Enjoy private use of a lap lane or time in the shallow section of our pool (when available) for water walking. Here’s what to expect:

  • Masks are required until you reach the edge of the pool
  • Members must shower before entering the pool
  • Plan to bring your own towel
  • Come ready to enter the pool deck directly
  • Youth ages 10-13 may reserve lap swim sessions. They will be required to pass a lap swim test.
  • Youth ages 14 and older are considered adults for the purpose of use of the facility. They may reserve time in the pool.
  • No loaner equipment will be available (kickboard, pull buoy, etc.)
  • Arrive 5-10 minutes before your reservation

Introducing Kids Club

We know many of our members rely on in-facility child care during their workout. That’s why we’re thrilled to introduce Kids Club: A 60 minute, enrichment-based, in-facility child care option available by reservation only. As the number one child care provider in the country, the Y knows safety is the top priority- now more than ever.

Kids Club blends our proven school-age care model with FUN enrichment activities, creating a safe environment for your child to play and socialize while you enjoy your workout. There are a limited number of spaces available in each Kids Club session, ensuring children remain in a small group setting at all times. The best part? This service is included in a Family Membership at the Y!

Kids Club Schedule

Plan to arrive 15 minutes before your Kids Club reservation begins. Kids Club reservation times align with workout reservations and in-person live group exercise classes. View the full schedule here: [COMING SOON]

Day Reservation Times
Monday 4 – 5 PM & 6 – 7 PM
Tuesday 9 – 10 AM & 11 AM – Noon
Wednesday 4 – 5 PM & 6 – 7 PM
Thursday 9 – 10 AM & 11 AM – Noon
Friday Coming soon
Saturday Coming soon
Sunday Closed

Program Details

Currently available for children ages 3-7, Kids Club sessions are 60 minutes of safe, physically-distanced fun. Children will be guided through curriculum that includes active games, arts and crafts, storytime, and other enrichment activities that have been modified to ensure physical distance.

LIVE In-Person Classes

Since March we’ve served active Y members virtually through Y at Home, our platform for livestreamed group exercise. Now it’s time to return to your Y for IN-PERSON, LIVE CLASSES! Group exercise studios have been spaced to maintain appropriate physical distance and, for our most popular classes, we’ll move to the basketball court to allow for even more space. We can’t wait to see you!

Class Schedule

Live group exercise classes have been scheduled around our Kids Club reservations, giving those with a Family Membership access to free in-facility child care during class. We’re blending live, in-person classes with our existing livestreamed classes. View the full schedule here: [COMING SOON]

Day Class Times Kids Club Availability
Monday 6 AM, 9 AM, 4 PM, 6 PM 4 PM, 6 PM
Tuesday 9 AM, 11 AM, 4 PM, 6 PM 9 AM, 11 AM
Wednesday 6 AM, 9 AM, 4 PM, 6 PM 4 PM, 6 PM
Thursday 9 AM, 11 AM, 4 PM, 6 PM 9 AM, 11 AM
Friday 6 AM, 9 AM, 4 PM, 6 PM Coming soon
Saturday 9 AM Coming soon

Reservations

To join a group exercise class, you’ll need to make a reservation. This helps us ensure that our classes never reach an unsafe number of participants, and allows us to plan for appropriate physical-distancing. To place a reservation, download our mobile app, or call us at 425 374 5779.

Facial Covering Exceptions and Exemptions:

  • Children younger than 2
  • Those with a disability that prevents them from comfortably wearing or removing a face covering
  • Those with certain respiratory conditions or trouble breathing
  • Those who are deaf or hard of hearing and use facial and mouth movements as part of communication
  • Those advised by a medical, legal, or behavioral health professional that wearing a face covering may pose a risk to that person.

Membership Questions:

  • We understand some may not be ready to return to the Y. You may extend your membership free hold by completing this form or calling 425 374 5779.