The Tri-County YMCA has policies in place for the benefit and welfare of our members, guests and our organization.
Youth 10 years and older can be at the YMCA without adult supervision.
Children 9 and under not participating in Child Watch or signed into the Activity Center/Gym with the building monitor must be accompanied by an individual 13 years and older and can not be left unattended.
Youth under the age of 13 are not permitted in the Wellness Center or allowed to participate in group exercise classes.
Children under 13 must be supervised on the Treadwall by an individual 13 and older.
Adult supervision is needed for tennis players under the ages of 18.
Y-AWAY participants are allowed up to 12 free visits per calendar year. Visits in excess of 12 will be subject to the daily pass rate of $8.00 per individual or $15.00 per family. Please remember to bring your card from your home YMCA to verify membership.
Childwatch is for children 6 weeks and up and is a service for members only.
Children can be in childwatch for up to an hour and a half.
Parents or Grandparents may use childwatch while working out.
Please bring your membership card with you to check-in.
Limit your exercise to 30 minutes when other members are waiting to use the cardio equipment.
No food or drink is allowed in the gym.
Equipment is available for members to use while in the facility.
See the courtesy desk staff for supplies.
Please return the items in the same condition you received them.
If Southeast Dubois School Corporation is on a 2 hour delay OR cancelled for the day, there will be no morning group exercise classes or Childwatch. Please call ahead for evening sessions. The Y building will be closed if a state of emergency is declared, in that event, all programs, classes and building operating hours will be cancelled/closed.
Y staff members are CPR, First-Aid and AED (automatic external defibrillators) trained and certified. Please see a staff member immediately if someone needs assistance.
Please take special care in locking up all personal belongings in both the locker rooms and in your vehicle. The Tri-County YMCA is not responsible for lost or stolen articles.
The Y occasionally videotapes/photographs its members and participants in various activities. Some of these photos are used in Y marketing materials, such as ads or brochures. If you do not want your photo to be used by the Y, please step out of the shot or notify the photographer before the picture is taken.