Our priority is the health and safety of our members, staff and the community. And it is out of caution and preventative measures that we will be closing all YMCA fitness locations and programs effective March 17, 2020 at 12 p.m. through March 31, 2020. This is an ever-changing situation and these dates could alter.
This decision was not taken lightly, but in working closely with the national, state and local health organizations, based on their directive and recommendations, we are closing gym operations. As the situation develops, please know we will do everything we can to restore operations as soon as it is safely possible. We are committed to providing a safe environment, delivering quality experiences and fostering a supportive and caring community. Please check our website and your email for updates.
During this time, we will place active fitness memberships on hold. This means you will not receive any auto draft debits or charges. Once the facility reopens, your account will be reactivated. While we know this decision does impact you, the overall health and safety of our members, staff, and community are paramount to the YMCA of Orange County.
As we continue to closely monitor the situation we will provide updates as they become available and work closely with local health organizations.
In an effort to provide our Y community the best opportunity to continue working out, we have created an online library of exercise class offerings. These are available for free anytime and anywhere online at https://ymcaoc.org/videos/.
Emergency Child Care Services
For all first responders, police, firefighters, nurses, people that care for the sick, those that cannot work remotely, those that cannot bring their children to work and those without child care options, we are working to create options to help your families. If you are interested in care for children ages 5-12, please complete an inquiry form to be added to our waitlist.
Click here to fill out the inquiry form.