YMCA Temporary Closures

{{ Updated : April 2 from original March 16 message:  We are so grateful for our members and can’t wait to welcome you back into our centers as soon as we can. The safety of our members, staff and community remains our top priority, and along with you, we look forward to the “stay at home” orders being lifted for all of us! In the meantime, please stay connected and engaged with us by visiting INDYMCA.org, following us on Facebook, and participating in our virtual/video classes with some of your favorite Y staff. Our center staff are taking calls from 9 – 5 Mon. – Fri. Stay safe and thank you for your support of the YMCA during this time! }}


Dear YMCA Family:


On Friday, we notified you of some extraordinary measures we were taking to keep you and the community safe in light of the continued spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Today, we unfortunately have more updates to share.


Following today’s announcement by Governor Eric Holcomb and orders issued by the Marion County Public Health Department, all of our YMCA of Greater Indianapolis locations will be temporarily closed beginning March 17 through April 5. We appreciate your patience and understanding during these unprecedented times and will continue to update you as we are informed of the opportunity to reopen and begin serving you in our Centers.


The mission of the Y is bigger than a building, and during the time we are closed, we are committed to sharing opportunities with you to stay connected, active and healthy. We are providing access to YMCA 360 now, and in the next few days, YMCA members will also have access to Les Mills Virtual for at-home exercise classes with over 95 workouts to choose from. We will be sending you a separate email with information later this week. In addition, we will keep connected with more online workouts, live Facebook classes, virtual programs and more.

Thank you for your continued support and prayers for our YMCA community, as well as our community at large, and for doing all you can to keep yourself and those you love safe and healthy.


Derrick Stewart

President and CEO

YMCA of Greater Indianapolis