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Monday - Thursday: 5am-9pm
Yes, but only if:
1. your child will be with you in a reserved lap lane in our pools.
2. your child is 11 years or older in the Wellness Center.
You will need to reserve a lap lane (up to 3 days in advance) in order to be in the pools. You can reserve a lane by visiting the Welcome Desk. There will be 5 lanes available in Pool 1 and 4 lanes available in Pool 2. One person per lane or two family members per lane please.
Yes, all areas listed will be open to our members. We ask that you continue to practice social distancing in these areas. Two persons permitted in the whirlpool at one time.
Members can enter and exit through both our front and side entrances.
The group exercise schedule is posted on our website and mobile app. You may also pick up a copy of the new schedule from the information rack across from the Welcome Desk. We will continue to offer our Virtual Y workouts while we prepare for our classes to resume. Click here to browse our virtual workouts.
Using CDC recommendations, we will be conducting health screenings upon entrance, increasing our cleaning of high touch areas, requiring masks for YMCA staff, as well as providing many opportunities to promote social distancing.
Face covering while visiting our facilities:
Our YMCA Staff will be wearing masks; they will also receive a health screening upon entering the building.
The YMCA uses a commercial cleaning company that deep cleans the facility daily using all CDC recommended products. We also have dedicated cleaning staff who will be sanitizing and cleaning during operating hours. We have increased our daily wiping of all high touch areas in the facility.
We will be asking members to wipe the machine before and after use. We will be doing regular cleaning of high touch areas as well as deep cleaning. We have also moved equipment to provide more physical distancing.
Beginning November 1st, you will be able to bring a friend who is not a member. We will be providing guest passes, day passes, or nationwide access to YMCA members outside of our Butler and Cranberry Branches.
YES, beginning November 1st, National Reciprocity is back in effect and we will be accepting members from other YMCAs.
Group Swim Lessons are BACK! We will be evaluating when we can resume youth programming and sports.
No, not at this time. Please be sure to bring your own towel to our facility.
The Butler YMCA is a non-profit, charitable organization open to all people, regardless of age, sex, race, religion, ability or income. Our mission is to put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.