First and foremost, thank you for your patience. It’s been a complicated moment for everyone, and we appreciate you bearing with us. COVID-19 is a quickly evolving situation and we're working as quickly as possible to meet the needs of our members, employees, and community. Here is the most up to date information we have.

Are you closed?

As mandated by Governor Mike DeWine, all of our YMCA fitness facilities will be closed to the public starting Tuesday, March 17. We will continue to work with the health department and local physicians to determine what other actions, if any, would be prudent on our part and when it will be safe to reopen our facilities.

Are you offering virtual workouts?

Yes! We have put together virtual resources that will allow you to stay active while at home. Learn more about your options at

How can I get a credit for a cancelled program or class?

Please contact for help with credits, please be patient with us as we work through our many requests.

How do I change my membership status?

Membership fees are the foundation of the YMCA’s work and allow us to provide services to those that need us the most. While our facilities are closed, we would like you to consider continuing with your membership payments, as it will be used to continue to support our mission. Any membership fees drafted during this closure will be recognized as tax deductible gifts to the YMCA. If you are unable to do so, we will place your membership on hold during these trying times. Please contact to place your membership on hold.

How can I help?

We are so humbled and appreciative of those asking us how they can help us as we respond to community needs. With our branches closed, we’re shifting our work to support critical needs.
If you're a member, the best way to help us is to continue paying your monthly membership dues. No action is required to remain a member.
If you'd like to make a tax-deductible donation, you can do so here.
We're working on other ways you can help and will publish them here when we can. Thank you for working with us to create history that demonstrates how we came together and served those who needed us the most.