Some California YMCAs are now open with limited capacity indoors, as well as offering outdoor programs, childcare, and virtual fitness!

Please visit your local Y branch page to see what programs are available. Find a Y.


On June 15, California will fully reopen its economy across the state if:
  • There is enough vaccine supply for Californians 16 years and older to be vaccinated
  • Hospitalizations rates remain stable and low, especially among fully vaccinated Californians
Social distancing measures and mask wearing will continue to be enforced to keep our communities safe.
Learn more about moving beyond the Blueprint for a Safer Economy


At the Y, public health comes first and foremost. As we adjust to new operating capacities, please keep in-mind the safety of fellow members and staff. 
Click here to see which California YMCAs are currently offering childcare services.


CSAY Response Flyer



Temperature Checks

Temperature Checks & Pre-Screening
All members will have their temperature taken prior to check in, and staff will also receive daily temperature checks. Members will also complete a health pre-screen prior to entering the Y.

Wipe equipment before and after use
Wipe Down Equipment
Use the cleaning materials provided. Wipe equipment before and after your workout.

Physical distancing
Keep Your Distance
Respect all signs regarding social distancing. Stay at least six feet away from others wherever possible.

Reduced capacity
Expect Reduced Capacity
At times of full capacity, you will be asked to wait in a designated area until space is available.

Wear your mask

Wear Your Mask
While not required, the Y requests that members wear their masks whenever possible, especially in common areas.

Stay home when unwell

Stay Home if You're Sick
CDC and state guidelines encourage seniors and other vulnerable populations to stay home.