Membership Rates


Fees are paid via a monthly electronic funds transfer from a checking or savings account on the 15th of the month, or draft from a credit or debit card on the 6th of the month, or annual payment in full. Memberships are non-refundable and non-transferable. Cancellation requires a 30 day written notice from the draft date. The Start Up Fee is a one-time fee as long as the membership remains current. The start up fees is also non-refundable & non-transferable.

Membership Type Monthly Fee Start Up Fee
Youth $22.75 $35.00
Young Adult $31.00 $45.00
Adult $44.50 $70.00
Single-Parent Family $53.50 $70.00
Household $65.50 $85.00
Senior (Age 65+) $37.50 $60.00

Youth : Ages 10-18 years old
Young Adult: Ages 18-23
Adult: Ages 24 & older
Single Parent Family: 1 adult + children under 18 or under 23 and a full-time student, trade school, or military (verification required)
Household: 2 adults +children under 18 or under 23 and a full-time student, trade school, or military (verification required)
Senior: Age 65 and older

-Additional adults residing in the same household (verification required) may be added to a Household Membership for ONLY $20 additional per month.

Guest Pass Policy

Guest pass purchases are good for the day of purchase only.
– Adult Guest Passes: $10 for daily use.
– Student Guest Passes: $8 for daily use.
– Family Guest Pass: $15 for daily use.

All guests must check in at the Welcome Center and complete a waiver. Guests age 16 and older must provide photo identification. Guests must adhere to the Danville Family YMCA Code of Conduct and all policies and procedures.

Financial Assistance

We count on the generosity of our members and donors to support the Y’s Financial Assistance program, which focuses on children and teens and provides financial assistance, on a sliding scale fee, to those in times of hardship. Gifts to the financial assistance fund make a huge difference in the lives of children in our community. If you feel that you qualify for assistance, applications are available at the Welcome Center or download it here: Financial Assistance Application

Military Memberships

Military spouses and children of deployed Guard or Reservists are eligible to join for a free six-month membership at the Danville Family YMCA, courtesy of the Defense Department’s Military OneSource. Family members will need to bring a copy of deployment orders and military I.D. New members must utilize the facility at least eight times each month to qualify for an additional six-month renewable membership. For more information or to sign-up, please contact Shannon Smith. You may also confirm eligibility by contacting Military OneSource at

Membership Conditions

Your membership card is your passport to the Y. Cards are non-transferable and remain the property of the Y. You are expected to present your card at the Welcome Center each time you enter the facility. Lost cards may be replaced for $5.00. Forgotten Card Fee is $1.00.

To start the monthly draft you will need to pay the start-up fee and the first month membership fee at a pro-rated amount. Drafts will begin debiting the following month.

Code of Conduct

All YMCA Members and Guests must adhere to the Danville Family YMCA Code of Conduct.

Personal Coaching/Training

Personal Training, swim lessons, and coaching is available for an additional fee. For liability reasons, we do not allow members outside trainers or coaches to privately instruct other members or guests on YMCA property. YMCA Fee-Based Training & Coaching Policy

Insurance Coverage

The Danville Family YMCA does not carry accident insurance on its members or participants. All expenses incurred in the treatment of injuries due to accidents or participation will be the responsibility of the participant and his/her own insurance company.

Termination For Cause

All members and guests are subject to termination for cause. Examples are transferring of membership cards; verbal, physical, or sexual harassment toward any YMCA member, guest, or employee; illegal or unsafe acts; or violation of membership policies. The YMCA reserves the right to refuse service to a member or guest.

Membership Cancellation

If you are having trouble with a YMCA membership due to financial circumstances, please take a minute to call or visit the Danville Family YMCA and speak with a staff member about Financial Assistance. The YMCA helps hundreds of people each year with membership scholarships. An online application can be found HERE.

How to cancel:
1. You must request cancellation of your draft in writing. Membership fees are continuous until cancelled in writing. A written request to cancel must be received by the last day of the previous month of your monthly bank draft. Written requests must be performed in person by use of a YMCA cancellation form found at the Welcome Center. No cancellation will be accepted by phone, fax or mail. All request to cancel received on or after the 1st day of the month will take effect the following month. Memberships that are cancelled by you or terminated by the YMCA will be subject to pay the start-up fee upon rejoining from a lapse of 60 days.
2. In the event of a non-payment for any reason, the YMCA reserves the right to collect the amount due on or before the next scheduled draft date. If funds are unavailable on the scheduled date for payment, your draft will be re-drafted up to a maximum of two times within the next 30 days and you will be charged a $25 return fee. Unavailability of funds includes non-sufficient funds, closed account, decline, exception, hold, expired credit card, etc. If the fees have not been electronically collected after 30 days, your membership fees may be payable in person at the branch. If not paid within an additional 30 days, your membership may be terminated. You (or any member on your membership) will no longer be able to participate in programs or use the facility until the outstanding balance has been paid and the membership has been reinstated.

Background Checks

The mission of the Danville Family YMCA is to help build strong kids, families, and communities. Important to this effort is our ability to provide a safe and threat-free environment. For this reason the YMCA monitors the sexual offender registry. Persons on the list will not be eligible for YMCA membership, program participation, volunteer, or employment opportunities at the Danville Family YMCA.

General Information

We ask all members to conduct themselves in a manner which is appropriate for a family-centered facility. Food and/or drinks are not permitted in the the facility except in the classrooms, community room, and the cafe area by the vending machines. Non-glass bottles with water are allowed throughout the facility.


We wear proper attire at all times. Athletic shoes must be worn during exercise in all workout areas of the facility. Shirts must be worn while working out in the exercise areas and during classes. Modest and lined swimsuits must be worn in the pool area only. No street clothes are allowed in the gyms or workout areas. We recommend eye protection in the racquetball courts.


You must bring a lock and remove it at the end of each visit. Items left overnight will be removed and placed in lost and found. The YMCA is not responsible for lost or stolen items. Locks are available for sale at the Welcome Center. For safety reasons, please leave jackets and bags in the locker room rather than bringing them to the gym, program areas, wellness center, or pool deck.

Child Supervision

Children under the age of 10 must be under direct supervision of an adult in all areas of the facility or enrolled in a supervised YMCA program. Children under the age of 12 are not permitted in the workout areas unless they have completed the youth strength training course. Youth under the age of 19 are not allowed in the adult locker rooms.

Indoor Track

Children under 10 are not allowed on the track. Children 10-13 must have adult supervision or permission from a building supervisor or management staff on duty.

Pool Rules
  1. A minimum of one lap lane will be available during all hours of operation, except during swim team season.
  2. If there are two swimmers in a lane, they may split the lane until a third swimmer joins them. The first person to enter that lane has the choice of splitting or circle swimming.
  3. When three or more swimmers are in one lane, they must swim in a counterclockwise direction with their right side swimming close to the lane line.
  4. Make sure that proper circle swim etiquette is followed (faster swimmers go first, slower swimmers follow).
  5. In designated lap swim lanes, a child may use the lap swim lane if they are swimming in a proper manner and not interfering with other lap swimmers in that lane.
  6. Water exercisers may use lap lanes to exercise if space is available.
  7. No one is allowed to swim if they have open sores, rashes, or any infectious conditions.
  8. No running on the pool deck.
  9. Spitting, spouting of water, blowing the nose, or otherwise introducing contaminants into the pool is not permitted.
  10.  No pushing, dunking, or horseplay of any kind.
  11.  Profanity or improper behavior is prohibited.
  12.  No street shoes on the pool deck.
  13.  Only bathing suits are permitted in the pool. No shorts, cut-offs, gymnastics leotards, basketball shorts, or undergarments are allowed. See additional section for the rules regarding t-shirts.
  14.  Lifejackets that fit and YMCA float belts are the only flotation devices allowed during Open Swim and Rentals, and must follow the posted rule of being used in the shallow end only. Other YMCA equipment and toys are only permitted in the pool during Open Swim or Rentals at the discretion of the lifeguard.
  15.  Inflatable toys are not allowed in the pool.
  16.  Glass containers and food are not allowed in locker rooms or pool area. Gum is not allowed in the pool or pool area.
  17.  Mask, fins, and snorkels are allowed during Open and Lap Swim, but they are subject to the discretion of the lifeguard.
  18.  Youth swimmers must pass a swim test before going to the deep end- Test, Mark, and Protect
  19.  Shower before entering the pool.
  20.  All children who are not toilet-trained shall wear tight fitting rubber or plastic pants or swim diapers.
  21.  Eyeglasses must have safety straps during Open Swim and classes. Eyeglasses are not allowed during Lap Swim or when a person swims underwater.
  22.  Remove adhesive bandages prior to swimming.
  23.  Diving at the shallow end is strictly prohibited.
  24.  All entries (jumps, dives, etc.) must be from a forward position.
  25.  No hanging on lane lines or lifelines.
  26.  The starting blocks are for swim team and lessons only.
  27.  Pool set-up and lane configuration may change depending on class enrollments and the number of swimmers present at any given time.
  28.  The decision of the lifeguard is final. Please cooperate with the lifeguards. For your safety, the lifeguard reserves the right to impose/enforce additional rules as needed.
Guidelines for T-Shirts in the Pool
  1. The shirt must be short sleeve or sleeveless and the bottom must not go past the waist.
  2. The shirt must fit close to the skin, as if it were a second layer of skin.
  3. The swimmer must stay in the shallow end of the pool.
  4. The lifeguard on duty has the final say whether the shirt is in compliance or not.
Open Swim Guidelines
  1. Youth 10 years and older may swim unsupervised by a parent or adult.
  2. Children 9 years and younger must have a parent or an adult present with them in a swim suit and in the pool. The parent or adult may not watch them from the deck in clothes or in their swim suit. They also may not swim laps and leave the child unattended in the shallow end, even if the child can swim.
  3. Children 5 years and younger MUST have an adult or parent in the water with them within arm’s reach at all times.