Following the guidelines set in place by the state of Nebraska and the CDC, we plan on opening in phases as we reinstate and train our team. We will continue a rigorous cleaning schedule every day and are adding additional staff and sanitation stations as needed.

Four work out areas will be available to members. These areas include the Hazel Keene Wellness Center, the new Cross-Training Room, and the Large Gym which has been divided into two areas by the large curtain. Access to each work out area will be limited to 25% of overall capacity. This means that members should not have to wait to work out. Members must be over the age of 14 to utilize the work out areas. Children ages 12 & 13 may use the Wellness Center if they are accompanied by a parent. Work out times will be restricted to 1.5 hours total per day. 

Wellness Center Areas Hours:
Monday-Friday: 5am-8pm

Saturday: 7am-3pm

Sunday:  12:30pm-4pm  

The first phase of reopening will have the following restrictions:

  • Only Fremont Family YMCA members will be allowed in the facility. No guest passes or memberships from outside YMCA’s will be accepted for entry.
  • Masks are recommended for all members, however not required. We request that members bring and wear masks during the check-in process.  They may remove their masks to work out.  
  • Members’ temperature must be checked by staff in order to gain entry into the facility. The temperature must be under 100.4 degrees.
  • A waiver must be signed by members, prior to entering the building. 
  • With the exception of child care, everyone entering the building must be over 14 years of age. Children ages 12 & 13 may use the Wellness Center if they are accompanied by a parent. 
  • Please do not come to the YMCA if you are feeling ill in any way or at high risk.
  • Members coming to work out will enter through the Wellness Center.  Exercise equipment has been spaced out into a variety of areas to allow for various exercise options. 
  • Childcare and persons requiring front desk help will enter through the main doors. The main building will be open for childcare and front desk help only from 6 am-6 pm, Monday through Friday.
  • There will be no sweat towel service available. We encourage you to bring your own. In addition, water faucets will not be available.  Please bring your own water. 
  • Please maintain a 6ft. distance between you and other members and keep a machine in between. Please do not do partner workouts or spotter recommended exercises.
  • Members will be required to clean their own equipment prior to and after use.  The Y staff will also be diligent in cleaning all equipment on a regular basis.
  • The Community Room and coffee services will remain closed until further notice as recommended by the state and public health officials.
  • Limited locker room usage will be available starting June 15. The locker rooms in the Aquatics Center, as well and the Boys and Girls Locker Rooms will be available for members with capacity restrictions. 
  • The Sidner Gyms/walking track, the Underground, the turf room, the racquetball courts, and the spin studio will not be available for general member use as the YMCA is currently using these areas for child care. Spin bikes will be available in the Fitness Studio.
  • Group Fitness Classes have resumed. For a complete listing of classes look under "Schedules"
  • The Methodist Fremont Health Wellness Center will reopen for hospital employees only on Monday, May 11.  

As always, we want to thank you for your patience and support as we navigate through these uncharted waters. We are extremely grateful for each one of you and can’t wait to see you back in our facility once again! Please continue to stay up to date by reading the YMCA emails, following us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, downloading our Daxko App, and visiting our website at 

FREMONT FAMILY YMCA YOUTUBE CHANNEL - The YMCA is posting workouts that you can do at home led by the familiar faces of the fitness instructors of the Fremont Family YMCA.


Being healthy means more than simply being physically active. It’s about maintaining a balanced spirit, mind, and body. The Y is a place where you can work toward that balance by challenging yourself to learn a new skill or hobby, fostering connections with friends through our lifelong learning programs, or bringing your loved ones closer together through our many family-centered activities. At the Y, it’s not about the activity you choose as much as it is about the benefits of living healthier on the inside as well as the outside.

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