Facility Update

May 27, 2020

After more than a week of reopening the Y is confident and prepared to enter Phase 2 of reopening the Y. Phase 1 was limited and restricted which was frustrating for many. Many areas remained closed and most activities were canceled. While Phase 2 is not a full reopen of the facility it is progress and we are excited about it.

Phase 2 will begin June 1, 2020. In Phase 2 we will introduce group exercise and programming into to the plan. Every area, program and activity in Phase 2 will require members to social distance and continue to follow the previous guidelines related to sanitizing, cleaning and wearing PPE.

Group exercise classes will resume with a modified schedule. All participants will be required to wear gloves if handling equipment, social distance (6 feet) and sanitize their equipment before and following activity. Social distancing will mean a decrease in capacity and the amount of members we can allow in an area. Please be prepared. Group exercise classes will resume in both floor and water. Schedules coming soon.

The hot tub will be open for limited use and hours. Maximum of 2 people at a time and at opposite corners of the tub. Maximum time limit of 20 minutes to allow for more people to use.

Child watch will be available for members only. Click here for specifics.


Phase 2 will also include programming such as Elite Athlete Training Program, Tennis Clinics, Little Explorer's Preschool and Summer Day Camp. For any questions about these programs visit their unique program page right here on the website or contact 325.655.9106.

May 19, 2020

Our doors are open and we could not be more excited about the ability to serve our members through health and wellness at the Y. Thank you for your understanding during this process. We realize that the requirements are different and may be uncomfortable. With your cooperation we will get through this together.

The request for information regarding use of our pool has been overwhelming. The Y will open the pool Tuesday, May 26. The use of the pool will be modified and restricted to individual activity only. Below you will find a schedule of activities. 

Pool Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday
6:00 am - 3:00 pm

Family Swim (by appointment only)
10:00 am - 4:45 pm

6:00 am - 8:00 am Lap Swim Full Length Lanes
8:00 am - 12:00 pm Individual Water Fitness Shallow End Only
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Lap Swim Full Lenth Lanes
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm Sea Dragon's Swim Club Full Length Lanes


Complete details can be found on the aquatics section of the website.

With the announcement from Governor Abbott on May 18, 2020 the Y is launching a few programs for the Summer. The capacity for these programs will be limited and modification will be made to drop-off/pick-up procedures, spectators and more. A few of the programs we are currently registering for include Elite Athlete Training Program and Summer Tennis Clinic. More information coming on Summer Day Camp and Y World of Sports.


ATTACHED you will find the updated plan to reopen that includes the pool and programming. 


Best Wishes,

AJ Moore
Executive Director




  • What type of gloves can I wear?

The type of glove or material of does not matter. All gloves must cover from the wrist to the finger tips. Disposable gloves will be available for purchase at the Y for $1.00. Any gloves brought into the facility will be disinfected by Y staff prior to use.

  • What can I go in the gymnasium?

The basketball courts will be open for individual activities only. Members can exercise and shoot around but CANNOT play pick-up games of any sorts. Capacity will be restricted.

  • What do I have to do when the facility is open again?

When the facility re-opens, we would love to see you all! All memberships will remain active during this time and there is nothing additional you will be required to do. All drafts, termination dates, scholarship renewals, etc. will be scheduled as normal. Members will be charged a prorate for the month of May.

  • I have an annual membership, will the Y extend my membership?

Yes. The Y wants nothing more than to serve our members. All annual memberships will be extended the number of months the facility is required to be closed.

  • I feel that I will not be ready to return to the Y when it reopens, how can I place by membership on hold?

We understand your concern and are prepared to address your concerns. While the Y does not place memberships on hold we are prepared to process requests to terminate at this time. Any membership that is terminated due to the Coronavirus pandemic will avoid a joining fee when prepared to return. 

Requests to terminate can be emailed to Operations Assistant Lariss Rivera at lrivera@ymcasanangelo.org.

  • I am worried about affording my membership when the facility re-opens.

Strengthening community is our cause and we refuse to turn anyone away due to the inability to pay. This is what sets us apart from those other places.

The Y offers scholarships for those in need due to financial strain from loss of employment, decrease in hours, expenses due to medical and more.
Financial Assistance is available and we want to award it to you!

  • What about all of the other programs the Y offers?

YMCA program directors are looking to postpone activities such as Youth Volleyball, Adult Co-Ed Volleyball and the Children's Fair.

Youth Volleyball will go directly into season with little to no practice time. So while you are at home pick-up a ball! The Children's Fair is important to the San Angelo community and we have worked too hard to give up now. A date will be announced soon!

  • What about Summer Day Camp Registration?

The Y is looking forward to the BEST SUMMER EVER. Registration is currently on hold and a date will be announced as soon as our current events subside. We look forward to seeing all of your children again. Date announcements will be made via Facebook, Twitter, Remind and on here on our website.

Should Summer Day Camp operate for the 2020 season there will be considerable changes. All SAISD campus are closed and the Y will not have access to these for Summer Day Camp. We are working on finding an alternate site. There will be stricter guidelines regarding illness and more. We ask that you understand and have patience while the Y works hard on a plan that is both thoughful of families and safe for all.