Dear Valued YMCA Member,

Welcome back to the Y!  We’re excited to announce that Brown County Community YMCA will begin to reopen our facilities and reactivate key areas of operation including, the pool, fitness center, multi-purpose room and gym:

Tuesday, MAY 26th!

Please be assured that your safety is our number one priority. We have put careful thought and planning into our reopening. We have followed guidance from the CDC, local health agencies and public officials to update our policies, practices and procedures to ensure the highest standards of cleanliness and hygiene. We have made appropriate accommodations for physical/social distancing so that every person who walks through our doors can stay safe and protected while getting back to what matters most: your health, your family and friends, and your community. Welcome back!
This means things will look and feel a little different. Click here for a Quick Visual.
When you come back to the Y during Stage 3, this is what you can expect:
  • Age Restrictions – No one under age 18 allowed
  • Brown County YMCA Members ONLY – No Guest passes or Reciprocity; Silver Sneakers, Silver & Fit, AARP/United members are allowed
  • Building Hours Reduced – Open 5:30 AM to 7:00 PM
  • Fitness Center Restrictions:
  • Limited Occupancy
  • Fitness Equipment Spacing- we have moved equipment or disabled to maintain social distancing
  • CLOSED – 1:30-3:30 Daily for Cleaning
  • Aquatic Center:
  • Limited Occupancy
  • Steam Room and Sauna closed
  • GYM – Limited occupancy and please bring your own basketball
  • PROGRAMS – No programs until June 22
Ensuring the health and safety of our Y community is everyone’s responsibility and we’ve made adjustments within our facility and to our guidelines for use. We are asking all members and program participants to follow these policies:
  • If you have been contacted by Department of Health to notify of exposure to Covid-19, we ask you to not use the Y until 14 days after your exposure.
  • If you or anyone in household are showing symptoms of cough, fever, shortness of breath please refrain from using the Y fever-free for 24 hours
  • Maintain social distance of 6 feet
  • Clean equipment before and after use
  • Come dressed for the gym, to reduce usage of locker rooms
  • Keep one machine between yourself and others
  • Wearing a mask is encouraged, but not required
  • Wash your hands
We ask that you Be Respectful of other members and staff as we make adjustments because of the current situation

Yours in service,

Kim Robinson. CEO, Brown County Community YMCA

Larry Voris, Board Chair. Brown County Community YMCA

Please take care you yourselves and loved ones.

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Everything the Y does is in service of making us – as individuals and a community – better.  Learn how your membership can make us better.

The Y is a powerful association of men, women, and children of all ages from all walks of life joined together by a shared passion: to strength the foundations of our community. At the Brown County Community YMCA, we seek to be a positive change in our community. Our Y focuses on three areas: youth development – nurturing the potential of every child and teen, healthy living – improving the nation’s health and well being, and social responsibility – giving back and providing support to our neighbors to help positive changes occur in our community. Together with people like you, we nurture the potential of kids, help people understand and improve their health, and provide opportunities to give back and support neighbors. So join our cause, and create meaningful change not just for you, but also for your community.


If you are not a member, you may use the facility by paying a daily guest fee:
  • $5 for ages 3 to 18
  • $8 for ages 19 & up
  • $5 for Military with ID

Community Day is the first Saturday of each month. Brown County residents may use the facility for free.

It is the policy of the YMCA that as long as funds are available, no one will be denied membership due to an inability to pay fees. Financial aid is based on need. Ask the Service Desk for more information.

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Facility Hours

Summer Hours
Begin Weekend After Memorial Day

Monday–Thursday 5:30 am–9 pm

Friday 5:30 am–7 pm

Saturday 7 am–3 pm

Sunday · Closed

Winter Hours
Begin Weekend After Labor Day

Monday–Thursday 5:30 am–9 pm

Friday 5:30 am–7 pm

Saturday 7 am–3 pm

Sunday 12 pm–5 pm

Pool Closes 30 minutes before the rest of the facility.

Pool is closed Monday – Friday from 1:30-3:30