- Members must bring their membership card each time they visit the YMCA and scan it to gain access.
- Loaned or expired cards will be confiscated
- Not following YMCA policies & procedures is grounds for membership termination without refund.
- All children 7-17 must complete an orientation and wear a membership badge while working out in the facility.
- Children under 13 must be accompanied by an adult when not involved in Y programs.
- Children 7-12 years of age must complete a Family Orientation and wear a wristband at all times. They are limited to use only specific exercise equipment as identified during Family Orientation.
- Children ages 4+ must utilize appropriate gender locker rooms. Family changing rooms are available for family memberships only.
- Lost or stolen cards must be reported. First-time replacement fee will be waived. A $10 fee will be charged for further replacement cards.
- Memberships “on hold” for any reason other than an approved medical or military leave will be subject to a $10/month fee.
- Insurance: The cost of health/accident insurance is not included in membership or program fees.
- Personal baby-sitting services are not authorized by YMCA employees.
- The YMCA is not responsible for items lost or stolen while utilizing YMCA facilities/programs.
- No bags or purses are permitted in wellness rooms. Lockers are provided.
- SMOKING and DOGS are not permitted in the facility or on YMCA property.
- All requests for changes in membership accounts need to be done in writing.
- Policies and services are subject to change without notice in order to better meet the needs of YMCA members and participants.
member you may bring guests to the Y under the following guidelines:
- Members receive unlimited FREE guest passes. Each guest is allowed two free visits.
- Guests are required to present photo ID and sign a waiver at the Welcome Center.
- All guests must follow Copley-Price Family YMCA policies and procedures. Guests of YMCA members may use Child Watch.
- All guests under 18 must be accompanied by their parents or have a signed medical waiver on file.
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Membership must be current and active at home branch, limited to 14 visits. Membership in a YMCA branch in San Diego County will be recognized in another branch within the county in the following manner:
- Facility - two free passes, then day pass fee applies.
- Programs - participate at the member rate
Returned Check/Bank Draft Policy
There is a $10 fee for all returned checks or returned bank drafts. You will be notified by mail or email for all membership or program returns.
- Membership Returns: Memberships are placed on hold and facility usage will not be permitted until payment is received. Your membership will be canceled if payment is not received by the next billing cycle.
- Program Returns: You will not be permitted to participate in the program until payment is received.
- Credit Card Drafts: If your expiration date changes, please contact us to update your account.
Membership cancellation requests must be in writing 10 days prior to your draft date. You may complete a cancellation form in the membership office, fax or mail your request. If you do not receive a confirmation notice acknowledging receipt of your request, it is your responsibility to follow up with our Membership Office.
Copley-Price Family YMCA
4300 El Cajon Boulevard
San Diego, CA 92105
Attn: Account Services
Tel: (619) 280-9622
Fax: (619) 228-7586
In order to better serve you, we ask that you keep your membership information up to date. Please notify the Membership Office or Member Service Desk of the following:
- A change of name, address, phone number, or email.
- A change of bank account or bank draft credit card.
- The addition or deletion of a spouse on a family membership.*
- The addition or deletion of children on an adult or family membership.
* 10-day written notice required prior to draft date to avoid additional fees.
At the YMCA, we place extreme value on children’s emotional well-being
and physical safety. We are rigorous in our employee screening and selection process.
Interviews, reference checks, fingerprinting and
our Staff Code of Conduct are all proven practices to ensure proper staffing.
Once hired, all staff attend a YMCA of the USA Child Abuse Prevention Training Program, and our management staff receive additional training
in this area. Additionally, policy disallows any contact between children and staff outside of YMCA programs or facilities. We ensure proper staffing and knowledge through YMCA policies and guidelines that include:
- Staff/child relationships
- Staff recruitment, training and supervision
- Parent’s rights and responsibilities
- All YMCA staff are mandated reporters of suspected child abuse and are trained in proper reporting procedures to Child Protective Services.