Hobart Family YMCA Transition Updates

Join us for a member meet & greet!

  • Tuesday, November 30 at 5:00pm
  • Hobart Family YMCA
  • Come ask questions of our leaders and learn more about this transition. 

FAQs about Hobart Family YMCA Transition

Why is Hobart YMCA becoming part of Crossroads YMCA? 
The Hobart Family YMCA is pleased to announce that it is in the final stages to merge with the Crossroads YMCA on January 1 to become a new location within the Crossroads YMCA Association. The two YMCAs have a long history of collaboration will be well-served by coming together as one association, sharing resources, advancing our mission and increasing our impact. As one Y, we will be better positioned to address a growing need for YMCA services.

Both Crossroads and Hobart YMCAs have been committed to strengthening our communities by ensuring that everyone has access to the resources and support that will help them learn, grow, and thrive. The merger will enable further facility and service enhancements and result in obtaining economies of scale by streamlining operations, IT, marketing, facility management, human resources, and more.

When will the transition take place to become part of Crossroads YMCA happen?  
The transition will take place over the coming months and be in effect January 1, 2022.

What will happen to my membership?  
Members do not have to do anything to transition their active Hobart YMCA membership to remain a member. If you have a Hobart YMCA Household or Adult +1 membership, those will be converted to a Family Membership. 

What is happening to the Hobart staff team? 
The Hobart staff team members will remain at Hobart Family YMCA to serve our community.

When will my Hobart dues stop?
The last dues that will be withdrawn by Hobart YMCA is on your December draft date.

Will I see any operational changes?  

  • You will see changes such as reduced membership dues. These rates are:

Membership Type

Monthly Cost

*Membership rates are subject to change. Ask us about Silver Sneakers and AARP Renew Active memberships. Military discounts are available! Your membership must be active at the branch you visit most frequently.

*** Youth membership is available to those 12-17 or those who are still in high school. 
**** Includes 1 or 2 adult household and their dependents claimed on income tax return. Proof of dependents must be provided for children 18 & over. All others see your membership desk for details on our Extended Family Membership.

Family****

$55 

Youth (12-17)***

$22

Young Adult (18-26)

$27

Adult (27 and over)

$37 

Senior (65 and over)

$36

Senior Couple (65 & over)

$49.50


Will you have senior rates or silver sneakers? 

Yes, we will have senior rates, silver sneakers, and AARP Renew Active memberships

Do you have reduced rates for those who need assistance? 
Yes, Crossroads YMCA wants everyone to enjoy its programs and services. Adult and family Members who are unable to pay the full cost of membership may apply for reduced fees. An income-based membership application and last year's IRS tax return must be presented. Visit crymca.org/findmyrate for this opportunity.

What will the hours be at the Y? 
As a family-friendly facility, the expanded hours in 2022 will be Monday-Friday: 4:45am-10:00pm; Saturday & Sunday: 6:30am-7:00pm (hours are subject to change). 

How does the Crossroads Y communicate with members? 
The YMCA values feedback from our members! We provide newsletters, monthly surveys, social media updates, and immediate feedback kiosks around the building.

Are there any new programs as it becomes part of Crossroads Y? 
As a Y dedicated to serving families, you will see many new opportunities for kids. These structured, supervised programs require registration and are popular in the community. Some of these include gymnastics, dance, cheer, ninja, developmental & youth sports and STEAM. 

How old do children need to be to use parts of the facility? 
Ages 9 and under: Must be accompanied by parent/guardian, unless in an organized program. 
Ages 10-11: Can be in facility alone (i.e. gymnasium, family center); Can use track with immediate supervision of parent; Can use pools alone–areas of pool use are dependent on child’s swim ability 
Ages 12-13: Can be in facility alone ( i.e. gymnasium, family center); Can use track without supervision of parent; Can use pools alone-areas of pool use are dependent on child’s swim ability; Can use wellness center equipment with special designation and completion of equipment check; Can take group fitness classes with parent 
Ages 14 –17: All facility accesses and usage (except where designated adult like adult locker rooms, sauna and steam room)