THANK YOU FOR BEING PART OF OUR Y COMMUNITY
Our Y community is strong and vibrant and we are grateful for your continued support and participation in the Y! We know the impact the pandemic has had on our mental and physical wellbeing and we remain committed to continuing to provide opportunities and services that support you while providing a safe environment to stay healthy and build immunity. As a community service organization, we stand with our community leaders on decisions made regarding mask and vaccination mandates. Below outlines current mandates in place as well as safety and sanitization information for our YMCAs.
In accordance with guidance from the CDC, we recommend that all members, regardless of vaccination status, wear a mask when visiting our Ys without current mandates. YMCAs with current mandates are following the protocols below.
CURRENT MASK & VACCINATION MANDATES:
PERTAINING TO OUR SALEM YMCA & LYNCH/VAN OTTERLOO YMCA (Marblehead):
Effective December 23, 2021, at the direction of the Salem Board of Health, masks must be worn by all staff and members when working out or moving about our facilities.
Effective January 15, 2022 vaccination verification will be required when visiting our Y. Our team is still determining the best approach to meet the requirements of the mandate and will communicate our plan when finalized. If you want, you can upload your card ahead of time. Just click here for LVO and click here for Salem.
PERTAINING TO OUR GREATER BEVERLY YMCA:
Effective January 6, 2022, at the direction of the Beverly Board of Health, masks must be worn by all staff and members when working out or moving about our facility.
PERTAINING TO OUR GLEN T. MACLEOD YMCA (CAPE ANN YMCA):
Effective January 10, 2022, at the direction of the Gloucester Board of Health, masks must be worn by all staff and members over the age of 10, when moving about the facility. You may remove your mask when exercising.
PERTAINING TO OUR IPSWICH, HAVERHILL & PLAISTOW YMCAs:
- There are currently no mandates in place in our YMCAs in these communities.
We acknowledge and respect that members of our communities have made different personal decisions related to vaccination and masks, we welcome you to visit the YMCA that best aligns with your preferences.
OUR COMMITMENT TO SAFETY
Our work as good neighbors, maintaining distance from one another have helped us get back to where we are today. We will keep our stringent cleaning practices and facility sanitization plans in place including:
- Investments in air quality and movement through hospital-grade systems
- Widely available cleaning wipes and hand sanitizing stations
- Frequent cleaning and sanitizing by our staff teams
- Recommending that members and participants keep 6 feet of distance, for now
- Equipment will remain spread out as you have become accustomed to
- Physical barriers will remain in some areas
- We will continue adhering to facility capacity guidelines
Facility Tours - Safety & Sanitation Tours
Coming back to the Y is a personal health decision! We know some members won’t feel comfortable under these current guidelines, and that’s okay. Come see all our safety and sanitation procedures firsthand! We look forward to answering any questions you might have as you consider whether or not you're ready to join or reactivate your membership. Visit or Schedules Page and click "Facility Tours" to sign up for a tour!
Remember, we have enhanced our digital experience with our brand new YMCA360 platform. Enjoy the Y anywhere, on your phone, on your smart TV, and in the Y!
Simply visit ymca360.org
- Click the login button.
- Enter your zip code, click continue.
- Select your local Y
- Enter your email address, click continue.
- You will receive a 6-digit email code, via email (you might check your junk mail or spam too).
- Enter the code provided, click continue.
- Begin enjoying Y360
On your smart TV, you can search for the YMCA360 App and follow the same process!
You can manage your membership here.