Updates

Updates on progress and impact will be posted here routinely. Our goal is to keep users abreast of impacts to services and access to areas. We will also be utilizing our Mobile Phone App and emails to communicate this information.


POOL CLOSURE:

Saturday, June 9, 2 pm - Sunday, June 17
The Maple pool will be closed June 9 at 2 pm through June 17 to install windows in the shared wall between the lap pool and the new pool that is currently under construction.


FULL ACCESS LOCKER ROOM CLOSURE
Monday, June 11
Closed for renovations.


KIDS ZONE CLOSED
Thursday, June 14 at 4 pm at both sites.


STREET CLOSURES:
Friday, June 15, 5-7pm
Not related to the YMCA building construction; however, due to Kalamazoo Klassic registration at Maple Middle School, the following streets will be closed from 5 - 7 pm.

  • Hudson Ave. and Maple St. (between Crosstown and Hudson) FULL CLOSURE
  • Southbound curbside lane of Crosstown between Parkway and Hudson, will be closed.
  • Westbound side of Peeler St. will be closed.

    • FULL BUILDING CLOSURE:
      Saturday, June 16
      The Maple facility will be closed down on Saturday, June 16, for an electrical power shut-down. The


      CARDIO THEATER, GROUP EX ROOM,
      TENNIS

      Monday, June 18
      The west end of the Maple facility will have no power due to a Consumers Energy transformer switch-over.

      TRACK & WEIGHT ROOM CLOSURES:
      The track and weight room will be closed:
      June 13-15
      June 18-22

      FULL ACCESS LOCKER ROOM
      We are excited to announce that on Monday, June 11, we will begin the renovations to the Full Access Locker Room. While this will mean temporarily closing the space for part of the summer, the new renovations will provide a much better experience for our members for years to come.

      FAQ
      Who will be affected most by the full access locker room closure?
      Adult members who bring a child of the opposite sex that is over the age of 7, because they will not be able to access a locker room together. During the construction of the men's and women's locker rooms will be available but children over the age of 7 must use the locker room of their gender. As an alternative, we recommend that families affected by the closure of the full access locker room bring their children 7 and up to the Y for swim classes with their swimsuits on and ready to swim.

      How can I enter the pool with my child of the opposite sex?
      If you need to access the pool and cannot use the same locker room as your child we recommend you enter through the Aquatics Office.

      What do I do if I need special accommodations?
      The special needs restroom (located off of the pool deck) will be available for your child to change into street clothes after swim class. However, there is only one room so space is limited.