There are no contracts for membership.
The YMCA reserves the right to revoke any membership for good cause as determined by the Executive Director or the Board of Managers. Membership fees are non-refundable. The Executive Director may extend the length of an annual membership for medical reasons and/or an extended illness where the member is unable to use the facility.
Membership Payment- cash, check, bank draft, MasterCard, Visa, and Discover
- Bank Draft - An easy way to go!!
Members electing to utilize the bank draft payment method will have their bank account debited once per month. Persons wishing to start or stop their drafts can do so by completing the appropriate forms at the front desk. This method of membership is continual. Termination notification MUST be made 30 days before the intended termination date. Drafts returned to the YMCA for any reason will result in termination of membership if payment is not received within 2 weeks of notification.
- Bank Draft Cancellation Policy:
Persons wishing to start or stop their drafts can do so by completing the appropriate forms at the front desk. Members must come into the YMCA and fill out a Membership Termination form 30 days prior to intended termination date.
- Annual Payment
Dues may be paid in full upon joining and yearly thereafter. Payment is accepted via cash, check or credit card - see membership desk for details.
Membership fees are non-refundable. The Executive Director may extend the length of an annual membership for medical reasons and/or extended illnesses where the member is unable to use the facility.
Financial Assistance is available - please see the front desk
Your card is Your Passport. A member must present his or her membership card at the member services desk when using the facilities or participating in programs. This ensures that all persons using our facility are current association members or our guests. Your membership card must be available throughout your Y visit.
Members not presenting their membership cards will have to be checked in manually. This will take a few minutes and could cause you to be late for your class. Please note that staff members are instructed to allow NO exceptions to this rule. Lost cards can be replaced at the member services desk for a $1.00 fee.
All children under the age of 11 (10 & younger) must be accompanied by a parent or responsible adult 18 years of age or older or be in a YMCA supervised program.
Adult must stay with children at all times. Adult may be asked to provide proof of age (i.e. Driver’s License).
SilverSneakers Program - the YMCA of Rowan County is offering the Healthways SilverSneakers® Fitness Program. This program enables people 65 and older to take control of their health and well-being. Older adults who are eligible to participate in the award-winning fitness program may qualify for a free Y membership through their health care provider.
The goal of the SilverSneakers Fitness Program is to minimize age-related physical deterioration, enhance general health and skill-related activities, improve daily living functionality, and increase a person’s sense of well-being through exercise.
Individuals wishing to join SilverSneakers must first contact their health insurance provider to confirm that their health plan qualifies them for the free Y membership. You may also call SilverSneakers to verify eligibility at 1-888-423-4632. The next steps include bringing in a copy of your insurance card, completing the SilverSneakers enrollment form, and obtaining your Y membership ID card. The ID card must be scanned at the reception desk upon entering the Y at each visit. New members will receive information on everything covered by the membership.
With your SilverSneakers membership, you have full access to the Y Fitness Center, swimming pools, gymnasium, group exercise classes and the many other amenities included in a membership. People 65 and older who are already members of the Y and qualify to join SilverSneakers should contact the front desk to adjust their membership. Active Older Adults Exercise Class Flyer
For more information about enrolling in SilverSneakers, please contact the Senior Advisor.
J.F. Hurley Family YMCA (Salisbury)- Louise Klaver 704-636-0111
J. Fred Corriher, Jr. YMCA (China Grove)- Tommi Burgess 704-857-7011
Saleeby-Fisher YMCA (Rockwell)- Lindsay Cornelius 704-279-1742
Open Doors Program
This association fervently believes that all people should have the opportunity to participate in YMCA programs and services; therefore, financial aid is available subsequent to appropriate review. Inquiries should be addressed to Terri Dockins at 704-636-0111. Application - complete and bring to your first appointment.
AWAY Program- Always Welcome at the YMCA
This program allows you to visit other YMCAs nationally or internationally for no additional charge. Most YMCAs extend an offer of three visits per month when presented with a current YMCA membership card. Check out all YMCA locations throughout the nation on our website www.ymca.net or call 1-800-USA-YMCA. Your Membership/Marketing Director can help you work out the details before your scheduled trip.
- A guest may visit the YMCA of their choice in Rowan County for one (1) day for a fee of $10.00, ONLY if accompanied by a YMCA member.
- A photo id will be required for all adults to process the guest pass. If a photo id is not possible, your guest will not be admitted.
- All guests, entering with a member, ages 11-15, who do not have a picture id must be signed in by a parent with a picture id. Parents do not need to stay with the 11-15 year old but they MUST sign them in.
- All YMCA members (Youth, Adult, Senior, Each Family Member) receive one (1) free guest pass per year.
- Each guest must complete a guest application and sign in upon entry into each YMCA branch in Rowan County.
- Guest may enter a YMCA five (5) times (free or paid) each year.
Member Code of Conduct
We expect everyone using the YMCA to behave in a mature and responsible way and to respect the rights and dignity of others. Our Code of Conduct does not permit language or actions that can hurt or frighten another person or that falls below a generally accepted standard of conduct. Members should report any infraction to a YMCA Director immediately.
The YMCA reserves the right to suspend or revoke any membership for good cause as determined by the Executive Director or the Board of Managers. The length of suspension or a refund of membership dues or fees will be determined by the same authority. A person whose membership in this branch has been suspended or revoked is not eligible to use any other YMCA during the period of suspension or revocation.
The actions listed below are not an all-inclusive list of behaviors considered inappropriate in our facilities or programs. Using or possessing alcohol or illegal chemicals on YMCA property, in YMCA vehicles, or at YMCA-sponsored programs
Carrying or concealing a weapon or any device or object that may be used as a weapon
Harassment or intimidation by words, gestures, body language, swearing, name-calling or shouting
Sexually explicit conversation or behavior; any sexual contact with another person
Inappropriate, immodest, or sexually revealing attire
Theft or behavior that results in the destruction or loss of property
Loitering within or on the grounds of the YMCA