the Y

TUSCARAWAS COUNTY YMCA

DOVER, OH

OVERVIEW & RATES

FACILITY FEATURES

25 Yard/6 Lane Pool, Warm Water Pool, Adult Whirlpool, 2 Gymnasiums, 2 Racquetball Courts, Wellness Center, Walking Track, Free Weight Area, Gymnastics Center, Sports Field, Adventure Center, Childwatch, Judo Room, Spinning Studio, Aerobics Studio, Youth Fitness Area, Free WiFi, Adult Locker Rooms with Steam and Sauna, Youth and Family Locker Rooms.

BENEFITS
  • Full use of Facility
  • Free Aerobic Classes
  • Early Program Registration
  • Lower Program Fees
  • Free Racquetball
  • Open Swim and Basketball
  • Referral Incentive Program
  • Member Appreciation Days
  • Free Family Nights
  • Free Childwatch
  • Special Events

Membership Type Join Fee

Bank Draft Option
Monthly Draft Rate

Paid in Full
First Year Fee
NO Join Fee

Youth
(Ages 6 months-grade 12)
None $20.51 $246.15
Young Adult
(Up to 29 years old)
$30 $25 $26.12 $313.46
Adult
(Age 30 - 64)
$60 $25 $37.93 $455.13
Couple $80 $50 $54.84 $658.07
Family
(Parents/Children Age 6 Months/Full-time College Student)
$80 $50 $59.95 $719.36
Single Parent Family $80 $50 $47.64 $571.67
Senior Adult
(Age 65 and older)
$60 $25 $33.32

$399.86

Senior Couple $80 $50 $48.14 $577.70

Rates Updated to reflect October 2018 County Tax Increase

Member Handbook

Guest Pass Rates:
Youth (0-High School) $5 / Young Adult (18-29 years old) $7 / Adult (30 & Over) $10 / Family $15

Your Y Membership is Nationwide
• Nationwide Membership enables Y members to visit any participating YMCA in the United States
• Valid for active, full facility YMCA members
• Nationwide member visitors must use their home Y at least 50% of the time
• Program-only participants are not eligible for nationwide membership
• Special memberships (group homes, other agencies, etc.) are not eligible

To find a Y in another location, go to www.ymca.net

For more information or to view our updated Privacy Policy visit www.tuscymca.org or contact the Tuscarawas County YMCA at 330-364-5511.

2019 Program Registration Dates
All Sessions 7 Weeks Long

Winter Session
January 7-Feb 23
Registration will begin for Members December 9 (last week of Fall Two)
Registration for the Community begins December 12

Spring One Session
February 25-April 13
Registration will begin for Members Feb 17 (last week of Winter Session)
Registration for the Community begins Feb 20

Spring Two Session
April 15-June 1
Registration will begin for Members April 7 (last week of Spring One Session)
Registration for the Community begins April 10
Easter: April 21
Memorial Day May 27: Prorate Monday Classes

Pool Cleaning Week begins after Swim classes on Saturday June 1-8

Summer One Session
June 10-July 27
Registration for both Summer Sessions will begin for Members May 26 (last week of Spring Two Session)
Registration for the Community begins May 29
Independence Day: Thursday July 4 Prorate Thursday Classes

Summer Two Session
July 29-Sept 14
Registration will begin for Members May 26 (last week of Spring Two Session)
Registration for the Community begins May 29
Labor Day: Monday Sept 2 Prorate Monday Classes

Fall One Session
Sept 16-Nov 2
Registration will begin for Members Sept 8 (last week of Summer Two Session)
Registration for the Community begins Sept 11

Fall Two Session
Nov 4-Dec 21
Registration will begin for Members Oct 27 (last week of Fall One Session)
Registration for the Community begins Oct 30
Thanksgiving Day: Nov 28 Prorate Thursdays

Winter Break
December 22-Jan 4
Registration for Winter 2020 will begin Week of December 15 (last week of Fall Two Session)

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To install a Local Free Apps mobile application to your Smart Phone, follow these simple instructions. 1) Locate the Health / Fitness Category. 2) Scan descriptions of the applications available. 3) Click on either the app icon or the install button found next to the app. Once on the app page, you will see a full description and have a chance to share the app with friends and family via facebook and twitter, as well as email. Be sure to click these icons with your phone, as you are not trying to get an app for your computer!

20/20 Referral Campaign

Bank Draft Members can receive 20% Off their monthly draft by referring New Members. More Details!

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TUSCARAWAS COUNTY YMCA MEMBERSHIP REGULATIONS

  • Join Fee and 1st month payment is paid at registration for membership.
  • Monthly payments are available through bank or credit card draft.
  • A 30 day cancellation notice is required on all memberships.
  • Full description of membership types available upon request.

1. Memberships paid in full are non-refundable and non-transferable.
2. If you let your membership expire, you are subject to paying the joiner’s fee again.
3. Your membership can be upgraded at any time during the year.

Bank Draft & Credit Card Draft Regulations
1. All bank/credit draft memberships are perpetual (continuous) memberships and are subject to rate increases every January 1. You may cancel at any time by returning your membership cards and filling out a membership cancellation form. A 30-day notice must be given. If you do not notify the YMCA of your desire to cancel, the membership will continue indefinitely.
2. You may choose from two draft date options. (3rd or 15th of the month).
3. Monthly drafts can be paid off at any time during the year.
4. If a draft is returned for insufficient funds, a notice will be mailed to you. Payment of that month’s fee in full will be expected by the end of the month, plus a $15.00 fee for the insufficient funds.
5. Any member who has two insufficient drafts in one year will be required to pay for the remainder of the membership in full, plus a $30.00 insufficient funds fee, and will not be permitted to participate in the draft program in the future.
6. Locker rentals can be added to a draft.
7. Donations to the Annual Campaign can be added to a bank draft.

If you have any questions regarding memberships or bank drafts, please ask a Member Service Center associate, or call Ashley Swiger, Membership Coordinator, at 330-364-5511.

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

Each year the Y provides financial assistance for deserving area youth and families through the YMCA Annual Campaign. At the Y, one of our most important goals has always been to enrich the lives of kids in our community. But when some are left out, it leaves us all a bit poorer. Y activities help children develop valuable skills, gain confidence and build self-esteem. Financial assistance is based on ability to pay. It is the policy of the Tuscarawas County YMCA that no child be denied membership or program participation by reason of inability to pay fees. Funds made available for financial assistance are provided through this Campaign. For more information contact Ashley Swiger at ashley@tuscymca.org. Click here for an APPLICATION

ACCOMMODATION

The Tuscarawas County YMCA is committed to accommodating all persons. If you are in need of special assistance, please contact the Y at 330-364-5511 so arrangements can be made.

FAQ’S = FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

We are glad that you belong to the Tuscarawas County YMCA family of members. This page is for your information, resource, and help. If you have any questions about the policies or procedures of the Tuscarawas County YMCA, please ask any staff member for assistance or clarification.

WHAT IF I FORGET OR LOSE MY MEMBERSHIP CARD?
All members are asked to carry their membership card and present it each time you enter the Y facility. Lost cards must be replaced at a cost of $5.00. Allowing another person to use your membership card is grounds for termination of membership without refund. Membership cards are the property of the Y. Members under age seven must be accompanied by an adult member or guest.

HOW DO I REGISTER FOR PROGRAMS OR CLASSES?
Members always have the opportunity to register first for programs and classes online or at our Member Service Center.

  1. There are six program sessions during the year.
  2. Classes missed due to weather will not be made up.
  3. You must present your membership card.
  4. Schedules may change due to enrollment and class space.
  5. You may withdraw from a program before the first class. A credit voucher, less a $5.00 cancellation fee, will be issued. There are no refunds or credits after the first class unless accompanied by a doctor’s excuse. Only a Director can issue a credit.

CAN I BRING A GUEST?
You are encouraged to bring prospective members to try the Y by using the free guest passes that are on your standard membership account. Discounted memberships do not receive guest passes. Non-Y members are welcome to use the Y by paying the current guest pass fee.

WHAT LOCKER ROOM SHOULD I USE?
SPECIAL NEEDS / FAMILY DRESSING LOCKER ROOM: This area is available for individuals who need the handicap accessible shower area. This area may also be used when a parent of the same sex is not available to help a child change clothes in the youth locker rooms. Please remember that children are not permitted in adult locker rooms, and youth locker rooms should be used whenever possible.

LOCKER ROOMS: The Y has five locker rooms available for use. The Men’s and Women’s locker rooms are open to all adult members and guests ages 18 and older who are out of high school. The Boys’ and Girls’ locker rooms are open to all youth members, guests, and adults who wish to use the locker room with their children. Parents with children under the age of 36 months must use the youth locker rooms. Youth under the age of 18 are not permitted in the adult locker rooms at any time. Family/Special Needs locker room is for Dads who bring young daughters who need assistance (or Moms who bring young sons). If both parents are available, please use youth locker rooms so that we can keep this area open for single-parents or wheelchair bound individuals needing this area. Thank you.

CAN I USE A LOCKER WITHOUT RENTING IT?
Lockers are available for use in all five locker rooms. Please lock your locker while using the Y and then take your lock and personal belongings with you when you leave. Locks cannot be left on lockers overnight. Some full size and kit lockers are available for rental on a yearly basis in the adult locker rooms. Check at the Member Service Center for details.

CAN CHILDREN USE THE STEAM, SAUNA, OR WHIRLPOOL?
The steam room, sauna, and whirlpool are available for adult member use. No one under 18 are permitted in these areas. Limit your stay to 5 minutes and do not exercise while using these areas or use them immediately after exercising. Persons suffering from heart disease, diabetes, hypertension, or pregnant women are encouraged to not use any of these facilities.

IS THERE A LOST & FOUND?
A lost and found is kept at the Member Service Center. The Y is not responsible for lost/stolen items.

WHAT ARE THE AGES TO USE THE WELLNESS CENTER & YOUTH FITNESS CENTER?
Youth 15 and Over may use the Wellness Center without adult supervision. Youth 12-14 may use the Wellness Center while being supervised by a responsible adult. Our Youth Fitness Center for ages 7-14 is located on the main gym balcony. Use the Patton Center stairwell to enter. This area is accessible during main facility hours. Orientations are available and recommended for all members. Call the Y at 330-364-5511 or stop by the MSC to schedule an orientation. Anyone misusing the equipment may be asked to leave.

CAN I RESERVE A RACQUETBALL COURT?
Adult members may reserve racquetball courts by calling the Member Service Center up to 2 days in advance. There is no cost to play or reserve courts. Reservations are for one hour only. Courts can also be used for walleyball.

CAN ANYONE USE THE GYMNASTICS CENTER?
The Patton Center is open during scheduled and supervised times only. Any person using gymnastics equipment during unscheduled or unsupervised times is subject to membership termination.

WHAT IS OPEN GYM?
The Y gyms are scheduled for various activities and open recreation times. Refer to the current gym schedule for available times. Adult times are open to adult members ages 18 and older and out of high school. Open gym is for all ages. High school gym is for 9th-12th grade. Youth gym is for 1st-8th grade. During open times if there are 16 or more people in the gym there will be half court play. Dress code for gym: Men may go shirtless only if they remain in the gymnasium. Clean gym shoes must be worn for any activity. Please no food in the gym. Profanity will NOT be tolerated. Fighting will NOT be tolerated. No hanging on hoops or nets. If any of these rules are broken the YMCA staff has the right to ask you to leave.

CAN I TAKE PICTURES IN THE Y?
Carrying of and use of photographic equipment including cell phones is prohibited in all locker rooms, dressing areas, and rest rooms. Violation of this policy will result in the termination of membership privileges. The use of photographic equipment in other areas of the YMCA is permissible with the approval of the Executive Director.

WHAT IS CHILD WATCH AND IS THERE A CHARGE?
Free Child Watch (Babysitting) is available for members using the Y. Non-members must purchase a pass from the Member Service Center. Parents must stay in the building while their children are in the child watch area and children may be left for no longer than 2 hours. Please do not bring sick children into the child watch room. Hours available by calling the Member Service Center.

WHAT IS THE FAMILY ADVENTURE CENTER?
Come explore our climbing wall & cargo net in this unique indoor playground. This unique play area is for children ages 3 through 10. This area is also available for party rentals. Members may open the room to play with younger children during off hours. Stop by the Member Service Center for the key.

OTHER INFORMATION

  1. Smoking or use of tobacco products is not permitted in the Y building or on Y property.
  2. Alcoholic beverages are not permitted on Y property.
  3. Firearms and other weapons of any kind are not permitted on the Y property.
  4. Food and drink are not permitted in locker rooms or other activity areas of the building. Please consume food and beverages in the lobby area only.
  5. Appropriate shirt, shoes, and shorts are required in all workout areas including the free weight area.
  6. Swimming suits are not appropriate in the hallways or other workout or common areas of the building.
  7. No running in the hallways, locker rooms, or pool areas.
  8. Profanity is unacceptable in any situation.
  9. Respect the rights of others by sharing equipment and space.
  10. The YMCA has the right to remove any person from the facility for unruly behavior or failure to follow YMCA policies and procedures
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