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YMCA members and community participants are required to provide a valid photo I.D. and have their photo taken if new to the facility. Members are required to present their membership cards at check in and community participants must sign a non-member liability waiver on each visit.
USE OF FACILITIES BY CHILDREN
Children under the age of 10 MUST be accompanied and supervised by a parent/adult (ages 16 & up) at all times, unless the child is in an organized program. Adults supervising the child must have a membership or buy a day pass to enter the facility, unless the child is participating in youth sports, swim lessons, gymnastics lessons, karate or any paid for program. Children 10 years and older are allowed to use the facilities without on site parent/adult supervision. Children ages 10-15 may use the Health and Wellness center after orientation with a trainer. Ages 12 and above may participate in adult group exercise classes as long as they have had a Fitness Orientation with a YMCA trainer.
USE OF POOLS BY CHILDREN
For your safety, unless in an organized, supervised program such as swim lessons, children under the age of 6 must be accompanied by and within arms reach of a parent/adult (age 16 & up) at all times when using a YMCA swimming pool. The ratio of children under the age of 6 to adults should not exceed 3:1 in non-program activities. Children 6-7 years old may swim alone as long as a parent is on the pool deck supervising. Children 8-9 years old may swim alone without a parent on deck as long as the parent is in the YMCA facility.
SMOKING, TOBACCO PRODUCTS
Use of tobacco products and/or smoking is prohibited in all YMCA facilities and on all YMCA grounds. This includes e-cigarettes.
YMCA members 18 and older may bring up to 2 guests at a time free of charge. However, a person may only be a guest twice a year for free. Day passes may be purchased at the Welcome Center.
AWAY PROGRAM, KANSAS YMCA’s
Visit the YMCA while you’re traveling. If you plan to visit another YMCA, it’s a good idea to call that YMCA about their visiting member policies, visit www.ymca.net for Y’s in a specific area.
Kansas YMCA’s allow you to visit any Y in Kansas for unlimited times for Free as a full facility member. Members can sign up for programs at visiting Kansas Y’s and receive member rates. The Wichita YMCA’s are one exception, allowing 14 visits in a calendar year., and Hutchinson community college students will need to purchase a membership at the Hutchinson YMCA location.
CODE OF CONDUCT
The mission of the Salina Family YMCA is to put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind, and body for all. We expect those using the YMCA to behave in a way that shows respect and caring for others, which includes not using any language or engaging in any action that can hurt or frighten another person or that falls below a generally accepted standard of conduct.
SEX OFFENDER POLICY
The Salina Family YMCA is a facility that screens all participants through a national database for registered sex offenders. The Y reserves the right to deny access or membership to any person who has been accused or convicted of a crime involving sexual abuse, or is a registered sex offender.
The YMCA is a family-friendly facility; please dress appropriately, shirts must be worn over sports bras. Athletic shoes must be worn on wood floors. Proper swimsuits must be worn in pool areas. Open-toed shoes are required for anyone under the age of 18 in the Health and Wellness center.
The Salina Family YMCA does not provide accident insurance for injuries sustained during YMCA activities. Members and community participants participate in programs and use the facility at their own risk and are encouraged to have personal medical insurance coverage.
Locker rental with the small lockers is available to purchase along with your monthly membership dues, locks will be provided for these locker rentals. Large lockers are also available for free daily use; locks are not provided through the YMCA. Locks must be removed daily from free day-use lockers along with belongings in the locker. Locks left on overnight will be removed and contents placed in the Lost & Found.
LOST AND FOUND
The Salina Family YMCA is not responsible for lost or stolen items. Items not claimed after two weeks will be donated to a local charity.
The Program Guide is published 2 times a year: Fall/Winter and Spring/Summer. The Program Guide and schedules can be found on our website, www.salinaymca.org. Schedules are subject to change and changes will be posted on our website.
Membership fees are non-refundable except for extenuating circumstances.
MEMBERSHIP CANCELLATION POLICY
The monthly bankdraft payment plan is a continuous membership payment plan and will continue unless the YMCA is NOTIFIED BY THE 1st OF THE MONTH PRIOR TO THE MONTH CANCELLATION IS BEING REQUESTED (ex: you must cancel by Dec 1 for your January draft to stop). Bankdraft cancellations are accepted in person, by written letter with signature or by e-mail, with an acceptance confirmation.
RETURNED CHECK, BANKDRAFT, SURECHECK
Returned items are subject to a $30 processing fee and the person may be sent to Surecheck Brokerage, where additional fees may apply. Outstanding balances must be paid in full to either register for programs or to join the Y.
RACQUETBALL, HANDBALL COURTS
Court reservations may be made no earlier than one day in advance. Courts will be held no longer than ten minutes past reserved time. Eye protection and appropriate shoes are recommended. Racquetball equipment is available upon request. All other activities taking place in a racquetball court will be asked to give up use of the court if members are waiting to use it for Handball, Racquetball, or Paddleball.
FACILITY MAINTENANCE CLOSINGS
Major maintenance in our facility requires that we close certain areas for extended periods of time, during which time members may continue to use other areas of the facility.
FOOD AND DRINK POLICY
Currently the YMCA does allow food and beverages in the facility, however we do ask that members practice common courtesy and pick up after themselves.
Share your comments and suggestions on the YMCA comment/suggestion card located at the Membership Desk or visit us at www.salinaymca.org.
Outside trainers are not allowed in YMCA facilities.
The Y is a volunteer-led, community-owned, 501c3 nonprofit organization, and any income is reinvested to meet local needs.