YMCA of Southwestern Indiana

For Youth Development®
For Healthy Living
For Social Responsibility
  • Recent News Posts

    • January 15, 2015 - Help Us Spread the Word - The YMCA Sports Department is in need of bibles for its youth Huddle Ministry. If you have an extra bible you would like to donate to this ministry please drop it off at the front desk...care of Troy Sowders in our Sports... More →
    • November 25, 2014 - Fun for All - Put a little play in your day with a YMCA sport program. We are now registering for the following youth and adult sports programs: Youth Fundamental Basketball League (3-11 yr old), Cheerleading (3-11 yr old), Youth Competitive Basketball League... More →
    • November 21, 2014 - Take Aim at Something New - Archery has come to the Downtown YMCA! FREE demo classes on Dec 3rd & 10th at 5:30PM, or join us for Open Shoot Saturdays in December. Click here for more details... More →
    • November 18, 2014 - FROZEN Family Fun Night - Join us for a night of movie magic at the Downtown YMCA on December 6th. We'll be showing Disney's Frozen and having a lot of family fun! See more event details... More →
    • November 17, 2014 - Our Snow Policy - If the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation has closed due to inclement weather, appropriate cancellations will be made to YMCA programming that day. Click here to see our full Snow Policy for... More →

Conduct & Policies

In an effort to assure the safety and welfare of all participants at the YMCA and in recognition of our Christian mission, we are obligated to request all members and their guests follow our YMCA Code of Conduct. This is to ensure the highest respect and courtesy toward one another, as well as to guarantee the proper use, maintenance, and care of YMCA property and equipment. The use of the YMCA is a privilege which can be revoked at any time for violating the Code of Conduct.

  • Inappropriate behavior of a physical or sexual nature including lewd behavior and/or unwanted advances within any area of the YMCA is strictly prohibited.
  • Harassment including verbal, physical or sexual is unlawful and prohibited. It is a serious act of misconduct and is subject to disciplinary action including immediate and permanent suspension and termination of privileges. This unlawful discrimination includes harassment by/of members, staff, supervisors, volunteers and vendors of the YMCA.
  • Smoking or drinking alcoholic beverages on the YMCA property or at any YMCA activity is strictly prohibited.
  • Cell phones or any devices capable of taking photos are not permitted in locker rooms.
  • Loitering is not permitted in or outside the YMCA.
  • Appropriate attire must be worn at all times. Vulgar language or images on clothing is not appropriate.
  • Use of illegal drugs or substances is not acceptable and is prohibited. Possession of unauthorized firearms or other weapons is prohibited.
  • Removal or destruction of YMCA property or the property of someone else without their prior consent constitutes theft of property.
  • Verbal abuse, swearing, profanity, fighting, and arguing are not acceptable and is considered inappropriate behavior at the YMCA.
  • Lack of respect to staff or other members is not acceptable and will result in suspension and/or termination of membership privileges.
  • Unauthorized entrance into the facility by way of illegal use of a pass, sneaking in, refusing to present photo ID upon entry, aiding and abetting, is prohibited.