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Pool Closures

YMCA staff may close the pool at any time for safety reasons, including but not limited to:

  • Chemical Imbalance
  • Mechanical Issues
  • Water Clarity
  • Pool Contamination

  • Natural dangers (lightning or thunder within 10 mines will constitute immediate closure for no less than 30 minutes from the last lightning strike or sound of thunder)

Tips to Help You Stay Safe in the Water

It’s about to get very hot outside and you’re going to want to go swimming—whether it’s in your own pool, at the beach, or on a boat! We want to make sure you’re safe, so we’ve compiled a few tips to follow both in and out of the home.

Supervise in and around water

  • Designate a responsible adult to watch young children while in the bath and all children swimming or playing in or around water. Supervisors of pre-school children should provide “Touch supervision”, which is to be close enough to reach the child at all times.

Empty all water after use

  • Empty all tubs, buckets, and kiddies pools immediately after use to prevent any accidents. Once drained, flip the container upside down so it doesn’t collect any more water.

Install fences around pools

  • Surround you home pool with a protective fence, preferably with a self-closing door to prevent children from wandering in unattended.

Learn to swim

  • There’s no shame in not knowing how to swim. A lot of adults don’t learn to swim until later in life—whether it’s because they never got the chance to learn or had a traumatic experience as a child. Learning to swim can help save your life and those around you!

Don’t use air-filled or foam toys

  • Try to avoid air-fill or foam toys, such as water wings, noodles, or inner tubes. Use life jackets instead!

Learn CPR

  • Accidents happen. You should know how to act in an emergency. CPR can help save the life of someone involved in a water-related accident.

Avoid Alcohol

  • Avoid drinking alcohol before or during swimming, boating, or water skiing. Do not drink alcohol while supervising children.

Use the buddy system

  • Always swim with a buddy. It’s more fun, plus it’s safe!

SWIMMING/AQUATICS

The Eastmont YMCA Aquatic is now closed for renovations. The Eastmont Metro Parks and Recreation will be posting updates on their website.

Sign up for pool alerts by texting WVYPOOL to 484848 or by clicking here.

Current Pool Schedule

+YOUTH OPEN SWIM

YMCA Pool (Grades K-5th)

M/W/F: 5:30-6:15 pm

+TEEN OPEN SWIM

YMCA Pool (Grades 6-12)

Tuesday and Thursday 7:00 pm – 7:45 pm

Member: Included with membership // Community members: $6

+SWIM LESSONS

Learning to be a better swimmer can help kids build self-confidence and self-esteem and is an easy way to stay physically active and improve strength, flexibility and endurance. Safety around water is paramount for all children so start their lessons early!

Click here to view the full listing of available lessons


GROUP SWIMMING LESSONS

Group Swimming Lessons are available for all skill levels. Each session consists of eight-30 minute lessons with two make up classes to allow for other activities or unanticipated pool closures. Some classes may be canceled and fees refunded if there are four or less participants registered by the Wednesday prior to the first day of session.

Register Now

Y Members $65/Session // Community Member: $75/Session
*Fees increase by $10 the Friday before the session start date

PRIVATE LESSONS (Ages 3 and up)

Private lessons are a great way to enhance swimming technique and endurance for swimmers of all ages. Each session consists of six-30 minute classes. For additional scheduling information, please contact Diane at Diane@wenymca.org


In order for the Y to ensure quality programming at an affordable price, all aquatic program fees are nonrefundable / nontransferable.