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Hours vary by location. Find your local Y's hours of operation.
Here is our complete list of holiday operating hours. These hours are subject to change as we increase our operating hours with new COVID-19 safety protocols. Please note, if your local Y is typically closed that day of the week it will remain closed on the holiday.
YMCA of Greater Seattle members can access any of our 14 locations, including 11 aquatic centers. Find your local Y's hours of operation.
As a member of the YMCA of Greater Seattle, you can easily access more than 2,600 Ys throughout the United States using a benefit called Nationwide Membership. Please contact the local Y you plan to visit to ensure they're accepting Nationwide Membership at this time.
Yes, you may purchase a day pass in-person at your local Y. If you would like to try the Y before becoming a member, we recommend exploring a one-day Try the Y pass.
There are so many benefits to membership!
Yes, Family 1 and Family 2 memberships include access to Kids Club, a monthly reservation-based program that keeps kids in stable, small groups learning and playing while you work out. It's available at select branches for kids ages 2 to 9.
Signing up for a membership includes a one-time joining fee and recurring monthly dues. Most members pay dues through a monthly bank draft via a checking account, savings account, debit card, or credit card. You can also pay for your membership on an annual basis.
No, we do not impose contracts on our members. You're free to cancel membership at any time.
Should you decide to cancel your membership within 30 days after joining, you may request and receive a full refund to your original payment method.
Yes, the YMCA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit social services organization dedicated to Youth Development, Healthy Living, and Social Responsibility. Our tax identification number is 91-0482710.