Response to COVID-19 From the Cortland County Family YMCA

As we work through the challenges presented by the Coronavirus situation currently facing our community, the Cortland YMCA is committed to keeping you informed and providing resources for continued wellness.

Reopening Update (8/25/2020)

Summer Camp Registration Update  (6/9/2020)

Follow us on Facebook for workouts, activities, and updates. 

Friends Calling Friends
Help combat social isolation with this new program offered through the Cortland YMCA.

Updates from the Executive Director:

Reopening Update from the Membership Desk (6/3/2020)
When are we reopening? Our best guess is that gyms are part of phase four in the NYS Forward plan.

A Note from Noah (Our Executive Director)  (3/23/2020)
A letter of hope and looking forward.

From the Membership Desk (3/23/2020)
An invitation to #StayWithUs until we can safely open again.

Cortland YMCA/BorgWarner Race Series Update (3/19/2020)
Due to Covid-19 concerns, the Spring Run 5k on April 4th has been postponed.

Cortland YMCA Closing March 16th (3/16/2020)
We closed the Cortland YMCA at noon on March 16th, with the goal of reopening on April 1st. Please read this update for more information.

Keeping You Informed During Coronavirus Concerns  (3/13/2020)
As of right now, the Cortland YMCA is open, with an increased cleaning schedule. We are continuing to monitor the situation, and will make changes as new information and health department or government policies are shared.

Staying Healthy:

NEW! Y360 YouTube Channel
Avoiding the gym? These free fitness class videos (shared from another YMCA) can help! These classes can all be performed in the comfort of your own home.

Coronavirus Information from the CDC
Keep up-to-date on the latest official information from the Center for Disease Control.

87 Energy-Bursting Indoor Games and Activities for Kids
Kids stuck at home? We’ve got you covered! This fun list will help to keep them active and occupied while schools, parks, and community centers (like the YMCA) are closed.

Keep Learning With STEM:
Learn and explore with Hour of Code, a FREE site dedicated to teaching computer programming through games. This resource is great for children of all ages, and many of the activities feature favorite television and movie characters.