WE ARE OPEN:  Per the revised COVID-19 January 13 EXECUTIVE ORDER regarding GATHERING GUIDELINES, the Y will be able to re-open non-contact sports that include tennis, swim lessons, swim team, and group exercise. We are currently working on updating our offerings to reflect these changes.


YMCAs across Michigan are eager to expand our in-person program offerings in accordance with State guidelines. Throughout the pandemic Michigan Ys have met the critical needs of our communities by feeding the hungry, keeping kids safe when their parents or guardians were at work, partnering with schools to support virtual learning, and connecting isolated seniors through targeted outreach

“We have appreciated the leadership of the Health Department and the Governor’s office as we share a common goal of keeping Michiganders healthy,” said Daryl Sieplinga, CEO of the State Alliance of Michigan YMCAs. “We are committed to nurturing the health of our community in Spirit, Mind, & Body as we focus on recovering from our shared public health crisis.”

In the days ahead, your local YMCA will announce their plans to meet the needs of their communities and their members, additional class offerings and will be offered beginning January 16.  We look forward to creating safe and healthy ways for our community members to connect with one another.

Read up on all you need to know for a smooth and easy re-entry into your YMCA routines. 


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