Thank you for your understanding and patience the last few months throughout our closure.



We are getting excited to welcome you back to the Y. Find everything you need about our limited reopening.





To help our community, we’re providing child care for working families.



Health Screening Questions

How is the Y screening members entering the facility?

  • All members will have a temperature check done before entering the facility as well as answer our wellness questions. IMPORTANT: If you answer YES to any of the following questions, you should not enter our facility:

1. Are you currently experiencing:

  • A fever (100.4 degrees Fahrenheit or higher) or a sense of having a fever.
  • A new cough that cannot be attributed to another health condition.
  • New shortness of breath that cannot be attributed to another health condition.
  • New chills that cannot be attributed to another health condition.
  • New muscle aches that cannot be attributed to another health condition or specific activity (such as physical exercise)

2. Have your been exposed to a COVID-19 case in the prior 14 days?


What Is The Y Doing To Keep Me Safe?

  • Traffic Flow- Members must enter at our San Jose entrance and exit at our magnolia lobby. We will regulate one way traffic flow where possible.
  • Temperature Checks- Staff and members will receive temperature checks before entering our facility. 
  • Why Are You Taking Temperatures? What happens if my temperature is over 100.4?- We are taking temperatures as recommended by the CDC to ensure anyone with a fever does not enter our facilities. If your temperature is over 100.4, you will be required to leave the facility and return after being symptom free for 72 hrs. 
  • Personal protective Equipment For All Staff- All staff will be required to wear face coverings while serving members. Members are required to wear a face covering when at the facility EXCEPT when engaged in physical exercise or while training.
  • New Spacing- We have marked off equipment that will not be allowed to support social distancing. We have also rearranged some of our environments to support this as well.
  • Cleaning- We have deep cleaned the facility and updated our cleaning procedures. We will also be closing our facility during the day for three hours of deep cleaning Monday- Friday. You will see all of staff cleaning throughout the day to provide a clean and sanitized workout space. 
  • How often is the Y and the equipment being cleaned? Staff will clean and disinfect all high touch areas frequently . Members will be asked to clean the machines and equipment before and after use. Staff will clean all areas in between reservations. A deep clean of all areas within the YMCA will take place every night after closing. 
  • Sanitation- Hand sanitizer will be available before entry of each room.

What Should I Bring With Me?

  • Workout towel
  • Water bottle (drinking fountains will be closed at this time)
  • Face covering
  • Personal workout equipment (i.3 yoga mats, swim equipment, etc) 

How Did You Make Decisions About Your Safety Protocols?

The safety and well-being of everyone in our community is our top priority. We are following all national, state and local guidelines for reopening. We've ensured our facilities meet the highest standards for cleanliness and safety, and we have modified our procedures and programs to facilitate safe social distancing practices.

How Are You Ensuring The Y Does Not Become Too Crowded?

Members will be required to make a reservation prior to entering our facility. Members can reserve a lap swim lane, access to the cardio or strength rooms, or a spot in our group exercise classes. Reservations can be made 48 hours in advance.

What Safety Protocols Are Staff Required To Follow?

  • Staff are required to wear face coverings when interacting with members or other staff. 
  • All staff will have their temperatures checked as well as answer our wellness questions before entering the facility.
  • All staff will be frequently cleaning and disinfecting.
  • Staff are required to be trained on COVID-19 protocols.

Why Can't I Use The Locker Room?

  • Since we are unable to ensure proper social distancing in our locker rooms, we are required to keep them closed at this time due to the County of Los Angeles Public Health guidelines.
  • We will have minimal mini lockers available for day use only during Phase 1 reopening. 

Facilities & Members Pt 1.

  • What are your facility hours? -During Phase 1 of our reopening, the facility will be open as follows: Monday-Friday (7a-1p; 4p-8p) and Saturday (8a-4:30p). We will be CLOSED on Sundays during our Phase 1 reopening.
  • Are we providing facility tours at this time? -Yes. You may reserve a time to tour the facility by contacting member support.
  • How will I know what areas of the building are at capacity? -You will have to make a reservation prior to entering the building. 

What will be open during Phase 1?

  • Cardio Room
  • Strength Room
  • Circuit Room
  • Cycling (moved to the Club Room)
  • Virtual Group Exercise (livestream classes begin Monday, June 22)
  • In-person Group Exercise (by reservation only, starting Monday, July 6)
  • Lap Swim Only (by reservation only)
  • Some group swim lessons (will begin in July 6)
  • Small-group basketball training (will begin Wednesday, July 1)

Facilities & Members Pt 2.

  • You will have to check in and out of each room that you use during Phase 1. You will also have to check out upon leaving the facility at our Magnolia exit. 
  • All Lost & Found items will be discarded at the end of each night.
  • No one under the age 16 will be allowed during Phase 1.

Will Stay-N-Play Be Open?

  • Unfortunately, our Stay & Play room will be closed in Phase 1 as recommended by the County of Los Angeles Public Health Dept.

How Can I Stay Updated On Reopening Plans?

  • We will be sending out regular email communications to members. You are also encouraged to follow us on social media for immediate updates and changes. You can also visit our website for our latest updated information. 

What Happens If Someone At The Y Tests Positive For COVID-19?

  • In the event of a known case of COVID-19, we will investigate the case, alert the local health department, and identify and isolate rooms as advised by the local health officials. 



All Spaces and Programs Are Subject To Change Due To Updates From The County of Los Angeles Health Department.

  • GROUP EXERCISE CLASSES (coming soon)
  • CYCLING (in Club Room, coming soon)


All Spaces and Programs Are Subject To Change Due To Updates From The County of Los Angeles Health Department.

  • ADULT GROUP AQUATICS CLASSES (small group swim lessons coming soon)