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Club Rules

Membership

In these Membership rules and policies, the terms Club and City Club at River Ranch mean the City Club at River Ranch, a social and recreational club that is owned and operated by City Club at River Ranch, L.L.C., and the term Member means all members of the Club, including, but not limited to, new members, current or existing members, and members whose memberships are transferred to the Club from the City Club of Lafayette. In addition, the term Club Rules means, collectively, these membership rules and policies, along with all other Club policies, rules, regulations, notices, and procedures, as enacted, modified, or supplemented from time-to-time.

List of Rules
  • Applicability. The Club Rules apply to all Members of the Club. Application for membership in the Club, or the transfer, maintenance, or continuation of Membership in the Club, or the use of the Club, its facilities, or services as a Member, or the payment of any fees, dues, or charges to the Club by a Member constitutes the Member's acknowledgment
  • Compliance. Each Member agrees to obey and be bound by all of the Club Rules. The Club reserves the right to modify or supplement the Club Rules, and to enact new rules, at any time, at its discretion. Each Member is responsible for being familiar with all Club Rules, as modified or supplemented. Members are also responsible for ensuring that their family and guests are familiar with and obey all Club Rules.
  • Designation of Membership Category. Each Member is responsible for ensuring that the Member has been assigned to the appropriate Membership category in the Club. The current categories of membership in the Club are listed in the section entitled Membership Categories, Dues, Fees, and Charges, set forth below. If at any time the Club learns that a Member has been assigned to the wrong membership category, the Club may transfer the membership to the appropriate category and charge the Member for the difference in dues and fees, which will become immediately due and payable. The Club's failure to transfer or delay in transferring a membership to the appropriate membership category is not a waiver of its right to do so. The Club reserves the exclusive right to make new designations or categories of membership from time-to-time, at its sole discretion.
  • Membership is a Privilege. The Club is a private Membership club comprised of an association of persons for social and recreational purposes. Club facilities and services are limited to Members and their guests and are not open to the general public. The Club reserves the right to deny membership in the Club to any person, or to reject any application for membership or any transfer of a membership in or to the Club. Membership conveys privileges in the Club and its facilities, but not any rights, and does not have any independent monetary value.
  • No Ownership. Membership in the Club does not give the Member any ownership or property interest in the Club, or in any entity or organization that owns or operates the Club, or in any of the Club's real estate and improvements, or other real or personal properties or rights. A Member has no voting interest or right to participate in the Club's management or governance. A Member is not entitled to any distributions or share in any of the Club's assets, profits, or income.
  • Club's Right to Terminate. No person has any right or guarantee to Membership or to continued Membership in the Club. The Club may cancel any Member's Membership at any time, for any reason, or for no reason, with or without cause, at its sole discretion. If a Member's membership in the Club is cancelled, all of the former Member's privileges attributable to the membership will immediately cease. The Club will not pay or be obligated to pay any monetary amount to any person for the cancellation of a membership.
  • A Member's Right to Terminate. A Member may cancel his or her Membership in the Club at any time upon 30 days' prior written notice to the Club, but the cancellation will not relieve the Member of the obligation to pay the Club all dues, fees, and charges that are outstanding as of the date of cancellation. If the cancelled member is to re-join the Club within 30 days, the whole initiation fee will apply.
  • Freeze Policy. A member has the option of putting their Membership on hold for a minimum of 2 months and a maximum of 6 months, once every two years for medical purposes. In this time frame, the member will not be charged dues. However, there will be a $25.00 per month administrative charge to hold the membership for that person. His or Her membership will be considered inactive for the assigned months, and it will reactivate automatically on the date assigned by the member. When a member is on the status of freeze, everyone on that account is considered inactive. These charges on the account will only take place on the first of the month. If City Club is notified after the first of the month, the member must wait to freeze until the first of the upcoming month.
  • No Assignability. Membership in the Club may not be assigned to any person or entity.
  • Membership Categories. The membership categories, dues and fee structure (which are subject to change) currently in effect are as follows: • Resident Membership: Those Members who live in or own property in the Village at River Ranch or joined City Club before December 31, 2001. • Full Membership: Those Members who live outside the Village of River Ranch. • Corporate Membership: Those Members who work for a qualifying company. • Social Membership: Those Members who have access to Food and Beverage Only. • Individual; Couple; Family: A couple or individual membership includes access to all amenities (fitness center, day spa, tennis center, swimming pool, and dining facility). A family social membership includes access to dining and day spa only. Family membership includes members, spouse, and children between the ages of 7 and 21.
  • Guest Policy for City Club at River Ranch Guest passes are a privilege to our members. All guests of City Club at River Ranch must be accompanied by a member and provide pictured identification upon check in. Guest passes allow the assigned guest to enter all areas of City Club for that day, given the guest provides proper identification at all times. Guests not accompanied by a member will need to see the membership department, and will be considered potential members. There is a 4 time visit maximum per calendar year for all in town guests over the age of 13. For ages 12 and under, there will be no limit for the amount of visits. All guests age 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult member (age 18 years of age or older), upon check in and remain supervised. All guests 13 years of age and older that enter the fitness center must fill out a Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire (PAR-Q). If the guest is between the ages of 13 and 17, they must have it signed by the individual's parent or legal guardian. If the parent or legal guardian is not available, a phone call must be made to the parent or guardian. If the parent or guardian cannot come in to complete the form, the accepting staff member may go over the PAR-Q with the parent or guardian and sign on their behalf. In-Town Guests In town guests ages 13 and over are allowed a maximum of 4 day passes per calendar year. Rates per Day are as follows: 1-12 years of age: $15.00 13+ years of age: $15.00 (maximum 4 visits per calendar year) Weekly and monthly passes not available for in town guests. Out of Town Guests Out of town guests must be accompanied by a member and consists of anyone living outside a 40-mile radius of Lafayette city limits. All out of town guests must show proof of residence upon check in. No exceptions will apply to this rule. There is going to be a 3 month consecutive maximum for out of town guests per calendar year. Rates are as follows: Day Pass: $15.00 1 Individual = $ 75.00/week (7 consecutive days) / $ 175.00/month (30 consecutive days) Couple = $ 125.00/week / $ 225.00/month Family =$ 175.00/week / $ 275.00/month
  • Baby Sitter Pass. A Member may purchase a babysitter’s pass for anyone over 16 years old with and I.D. to watch over their children while their children are participating in the City Club Aquatics Facility. However, this is not a guest pass! The babysitter may not utilize the facility for their personal use (the child must be present with the babysitter for the babysitter to enter the aquatics facility). This is strictly for watching over the under aged member and allows access Only to the aquatics facility. This pass will cost $25 a month and is only available during the summer months. You can purchase this pass in the membership offices.
  • Reciprocal Clubs: Reciprocal arrangements with other clubs will be established from time-to-time and made available to Members. Those Members desiring to visit reciprocal clubs should obtain an introductory letter for any club they wish to visit from our Membership Office. The Membership Office will also be more than happy to make reservations for Members who plan to visit a reciprocal club. A complete list of reciprocal clubs is available from the Membership Office.
  • Access to Club Facilities. Members may only access or use those Club premises, facilities, or services designated by their respective categories of membership. The unauthorized use of Club premises, facilities, or services is strictly prohibited.
  • Payment of Dues, Fees, and Charges. Members must pay all applicable Membership dues, fees, and charges. The monthly membership dues are payable in advance on the first day of each calendar month. Members are obligated to pay all fees and charges to their accounts, and are also responsible for any charges made by their guests. The Club will issue a monthly invoice to each Member setting forth the dues, fees, and charges that are due and payable by the Member. All amounts are due when the invoice is rendered and must be paid on a timely basis. If the Club does not receive a payment within 30 days after its due date, interest at a rate of 1-1/2% per month (i.e., 18% per annum), or the maximum rate allowed by law, if that rate is less, will accrue on the unpaid balance until it is paid in full. After 30 days, the Member or his or her family or guests will not be allowed to charge any additional amounts to the Member's account. Payment of the overdue balance will reinstate charging privileges. After 60 days, the Member and his or her family or guests will not be granted access to the club. Payment of the overdue balance will reinstate Club privledges. After 90 days, the entire bill will be turned over to collection. All charges for such collection will be the responsibility of the Member. If the Club takes any legal or formal action to recover any unpaid amounts, or if any account is referred to any attorney or agency for collection, the Member will also be obligated and agrees to pay all attorney's fees, administrative fees, collection costs, court costs, and expenses incurred by or on behalf of the Club in connection with the action. A Member's failure to timely pay any amount owed to the Club gives the Club the right to exercise any remedy available to it under Club Rules or applicable law, including, by not limited to, the right to terminate the Member's membership.
  • Use of Club Facilities and Standards of Conduct. Membership Cards. Every Member must check in when entering Club premises by showing his or her Membership card to Club staff. Members must carry their membership cards at all time while on Club premises, and must present them to Club staff if asked to do so. Lost, missing, or stolen cards must be immediately reported to the Club's Membership Office.
  • Standards of Conduct. All Members and their guests must act and conduct themselves in a cordial and respectful manner at the Club, during Club events, or at any other time while on Club premises. Disrespectful, rude, boisterous, vulgar, derogatory, violent, threatening, or otherwise inappropriate conduct, behavior, or language will not be tolerated. Members will not engage in any harassing or discriminatory conduct directed at any other Member, guest, or Club employee. Members are responsible for the conduct and actions of their guests. The Club reserves the right to exclude any Member or guest from Club premises, or to refuse service to any Member or guest, at the Club's sole discretion. If asked to leave Club premises, the Member or guest must immediately comply with the request.
  • Smoking. The Club is a non-smoking campus; however smoking is permitted in designated areas.
  • Damaged, Lost, or Stolen Property. Damage to Club property or the property of others is strictly prohibited. Each Member is responsible for and agrees to pay for all costs and expenses associated with damage to property caused by the Member or the Member’s guest, including, but not limited to, repair or replacement costs, and any other cost or loss, as determined by the Club in its sole discretion. The Club is not responsible or liable for any lost, stolen, or damaged property of any Member or guest. Members and guests expressly waive and release the Club from any and all claims and liability related to or in any way associated with lost, stolen, or damaged property.
  • Supervision of Children. Members who have children under the age of 13 are solely responsible for ensuring that their children comply at all times with all Club Rules, and for supervising their children during their use of any Club facilities, participation in Club programs, and at all other times that they may be present on Club premises, regardless of whether there are Club attendants, lifeguards, or trainers on duty at such time.
  • Banquet and Meeting Room Facilities. The Club’s Banquet room and meeting room is available private and corporate use. Please call the Club for more information on booking your party, meeting or special event.
  • Physical Condition. Each Member is solely responsible for determining, by consulting with his or her doctors and other healthcare professionals, or otherwise, whether the Member’s physical condition allows the Member to safely engage in any physical exercise or recreational activities that the Member engages in during his or her use of the Club or its facilities or participating in any Club program. If a Member’s children use Club facilities or participate in a Club program, the Member is also solely responsible for determining, by consulting with their doctors and other healthcare professionals, or otherwise, whether their physical condition allows them to safely engage in the physical exercise or recreational activities that they engage in during their use of the Club or its facilities or participation in any Club program.
  • Safe Practices. If at any time a Member is not sure how to properly and safely use any Club facility, or any exercise, fitness, recreational, or other equipment located in a facility, or how to properly and safely participate in any Club program, before using the facility or equipment, or participating in the Club program, the Member will ask the appropriate Club attendant, trainer, lifeguard, or other representative to explain how to do so. Each Member will also make sure the Member's children, and any other family members, guests, or other persons whose right to use the Club's facilities or to participate in a Club program is derived from or through the Member do the same.
  • Unusual or Unsafe Conditions. If the Member observes any unusual or unsafe condition or activity during his or her use of the Club's facilities or participation in a Club program, or during the use of the facilities or participation in a Club program by the Member's children, other family members, or guests, the Member will immediately remove himself or herself or his or her children or guests from the hazard, condition, or activity and bring it to the attention of the appropriate Club attendant, trainer, lifeguard, or other representative.
  • Risk of Use. Every Member, family Member, and Guest using the Club's facilities does so at his or her own risk, and the Club is not responsible for any injuries occurring to such persons. All Members, family members, and their guests expressly waive and release the Club from any and all claims relating to or arising out of their use of the Club's facilities.
  • Default. A Member will be considered to be in default if the Member, family members or the guest violates any of the terms of any Club Rules. If a Member is in default, the Club may terminate the Member's membership, or suspend the Member's privileges, at the Club's discretion. In addition, all amounts due to the Club by the Member, including, but not limited to, the Member's outstanding dues, fees, charges, and accounts may, at the Club's option, be accelerated and become immediately due and payable. Further, the Club may exercise any and all other remedies available to it under the Club Rules or applicable law. The remedies of the Club will be cumulative, and no remedy, whether or not exercised, will be deemed to be to the exclusion of any other.

Fitness Center

The City Club Fitness Center is dedicated to helping you attain your optimum level of fitness. Our friendly and highly qualified staffs, with advanced degrees in Kinesiology, Exercise Science, and Nutrition, are ready to help you meet your ultimate fitness goals. The fitness studios incorporate the finest equipment with specialized service to promote total body enhancement in a safe, effective, and comfortable training program. The Fitness Center is complete with state of the art BodyMaster strength equipment and Precor, True, and Stairmaster cardio machines.

List of Rules
  • Etiquette • All equipment should be left clean and dry after each use. • No food and only closed water bottles are allowed in any of the exercise areas. • No abusive language or behavior will be permitted on Club property. • All weights, dumbbells, steps, and other workout equipment must be returned to their proper place after each use. • A person must be at least 13 years old to use the workout facilities and locker rooms. • Swimsuits must be worn in whirlpool areas. • Towels are to be used in sauna and steam rooms. • We kindly ask that you not enter the group exercise classes more than five minutes past starting time. The purpose of this policy is to try to prevent injuries that may be caused by a failure to warm-up properly. • Towels are provided for use in the Fitness Center and locker rooms only and must not be removed from the premises. After use, they should be disposed of in the proper towel receptacles located throughout the facility.
  • Personal Training. The Club’s certified personal trainers are available for an array of programs, no matter your level of fitness, age or medical situation. If you are looking for professional motivation, this is the place to find it. Ask the Club’s reception staff or fitness professionals for more details about sessions, pricing, and packages.
  • Fitness Evaluation: The City Club at River Ranch exercise physiologists are staffed full-time in our Fitness Center to provide the following: • Body Composition Measurements • Blood Pressure Screening • Exercise Programs If you need assistance in developing an exercise program, do not hesitate to ask our fitness professionals to design and walk you through your very own program. An appointment may be necessary (1 hour sessions).
  • Attire. Proper workout clothing is required; shoes and shirts are required in each exercise area. Exercise attire should be comfortable and allow for complete freedom of movement. Swimming attire is to be worn in all club-wet areas. Thong leotards, jean shorts, etc. are not permitted in these areas. The Club reserves the right to determine the acceptability of all exercise and swim attire.
  • Lockers. Each Member will be expected to provide his or her own lock to secure valuables. The Club is not responsible for lost or stolen items. Reserved lockers are leased on a monthly basis; see the reception desk or Membership Office to reserve your locker. Articles can be left overnight in reserved lockers. Reserved Locker Pricing: Full Locker $25/month Large Locker $15/month Small Locker $10/month Open lockers are provided on a first-come, first-served basis. Open lockers require that all locks be removed each day. The Club reserves the right to remove locks and dispose of any articles at the close of business each day.
  • Group Exercise. Group exercise classes will be offered daily. Monthly schedules will be available at the Fitness Center reception desk. Proper footwear must be worn in the aerobics room to prevent injury and damage to the floor. Black soled shoes are prohibited unless the shoe is designed for aerobic exercise.
  • Wet Area Etiquette. Shaving and other personal grooming is prohibited in the whirlpool or steam room.
  • Steam Room. The steam room temperature is kept between 100 and 110 degrees Fahrenheit. Users should allow at least 5 minutes after exercising to cool down and shower before entering. Use is limited to 10 minutes. No food or drink is allowed inside the steam room. Due to high temperatures and humidity, the steam room can be dangerous to your health. We recommend that you consult your physician before you use the steam room. Those with medical conditions such as high blood pressure, heart disease, and respiratory problems, and those who are pregnant, should avoid exposure to high heat and humidity.
  • Sauna. The sauna temperature is kept between 170 and 180 degrees Fahrenheit. Users should allow at least 5 minutes after exercising to cool down and shower before entering. Use is limited to 10 minutes. No food or drink is allowed inside the sauna. Due to high temperatures, the sauna can be dangerous to your health. We recommend that you consult your physician before you use the sauna. Those with medical conditions such as high blood pressure, heart disease, and respiratory problems, and those who are pregnant, should avoid exposure to high heat.
  • Childcare Center. The City Club at River Ranch childcare center provides quality care for your children while you enjoy the Club facilities. Although the state of Louisiana does not require us to carry a license, we do follow guidelines that are regulated by the Department of Human Services. In our care, emphasis is placed on safety, having fun, and creativity. The childcare center coordinator has a degree in childcare education and all employees are CPR certified.
  • Attire. Proper workout clothing is required; shoes and shirts are required in each exercise area. Exercise attire should be comfortable and allow for complete freedom of movement. Swimming attire is to be worn in all club-wet areas. Thong leotards, jean shorts, etc. are not permitted in these areas. The Club reserves the right to determine the acceptability of all exercise and swim attire.
  • Please do not bring your child to the nursery if he or she exhibits any of the following symptoms or illness: • Fever within a 24 hour period • Constant cough • Heavy nasal discharge • Diarrhea or upset stomach • Rash • Eye discharge • We reserve the right to refuse admittance to any child that is sick or shows any sign of illness. Items that must be provided to the nursery staff for care: • Already prepared plastic bottles • Pacifier • Powder/Ointment • Change of clothes • Disposable diapers • Security item, if applicable

Riverspa

Discover an unforgettable journey into a world of tranquility, renewal and wellness. Come and escape the stresses of everyday life. Experience the healing powers of total relaxation. Luxuriate in the pleasures of being cared for by others while gaining knowledge to better care for you. Our spa is designed to accommodate both men and women in a wide variety of skin and body treatments, each utilizing the latest scientific and technical approaches. Our professional staff, composed of licensed therapists, are experienced in the latest spa techniques. Our products are natural, of the highest quality, and have proven themselves for years with thousands of satisfied clients. We are looking forward to creating a euphoric experience for you at Riverspa!

List of Rules
  • Please make plans to arrive 15-20 minutes early for your treatment, so you will have plenty of time to check in and relax with a cup of green tea and start to unwind in the tranquility of our Mediterranean Garden Lounge.
  • Please also note that your treatment time has been set aside especially for you and late arrival will deprive you of an equal portion of your treatment. Your service will end on time so that the next guest will not be delayed.
  • A robe and slippers will be provided for clients with multiple body services. Robes and slippers may be requested at time of booking for single services. Undergarments may be worn during treatments, but rest assured, our therapists are professionally trained in correct draping procedure to ensure your comfort and privacy.
  • Please notify the front desk coordinator if you have any disabilities, physical ailments, allergies, or if you are pregnant.
  • Riverspa Boutique has a wide selection of products used during treatments, as well as enchanting gift ideas that allow you to take the essence of riverspa home with you to continue the experience.
  • To ensure complete relaxation for yourself and all our guests, please honor the tranquil setting of riverspa by using your “spa voice”. We ask that all cell phones be placed on silent and that no calls are taken in service areas.
  • Walk-ins are welcome, but reservations are strongly suggested to ensure that the time and day are availablefor your services. We ask that you make appointments one (1) week in advance so that your preferred service time will be available.
  • If you must reschedule or cancel your appointment, please notify riverspa 24 hours in advance to avoid being charged for scheduled services. Cancellations of less than 24 hours notice and noshows will be charged in full.
  • The management of riverspa assumes no responsibility for lost or stolen items.
  • All Prenatal massages must have a doctors consent form.
  • Gratuities may be added at your discretion and should reflect your satisfaction with our services
  • If you must reschedule or cancel an appointment, please notify Riverspa 24-hours in advance to avoid being charged for scheduled services.
  • Cancellations of less than 24-hours notice and no-shows will be charged in full. If you decide to breakup your package, you will not receive the package discount on services.

Swimming

Please follow all lifeguard and management instructions. The lifeguards and manager on duty have complete authority in maintaining the safety in and around the pool area, and may ask violators to leave the pool area.

List of Rules
  • All Members are required to check in at the lifeguard desk before entering the pool area. Members with guests should check in at the pro shop desk.
  • Members must register all guests upon check in.
  • An adult must supervise children, at all times, under the age of 12 as well as those of any age with weak swimming skills.
  • An adult must accompany children with floatees or any type of floatation device, and must be in the water and within arms’ reach of that child at all times.
  • When a lifeguard is not on duty, an adult must accompany children under the age of 16.
  • When a lifeguard is not on duty, all persons swim at their own risk.
  • Running, jumping, and other forms of horseplay are not allowed. Always walk on the pool deck to prevent slipping and falling.
  • No diving is allowed.
  • Throwing of objects is not permitted.
  • Improper behavior, profanity, and intoxication are not permitted.
  • Headsets are required for all music devices.
  • Large flotation devices, such as rafts and inner tubes, are not permitted in the pool during peak business hours. This is at the sole discretion of the lifeguarding staff.
  • All non-potty trained children must wear swim diapers while in the pool. These can be purchased in the pro shop for a minimal fee.
  • Breakable objects are not permitted in the pool area.
  • Food and drinks must be purchased at the City Club. No outside food and drinks will be allowed.
  • Gum chewing is not allowed in and around the swimming pool.
  • Each swimmer must dry off completely before entering the building; no wet swimsuits will be allowed in the building.
  • Shirts and shoes must be worn inside the building at all times.
  • Any person with a rash or open wound will not be allowed in the pool.
  • No talking or socializing with the lifeguards while they are scanning the water.
  • The pool is closed any time weather prevents safe swimming conditions. Lifeguards will re-open the pool when conditions warrant.
  • Lifeguard Scenarios/Audits SELA Aquatics, our contract pool management service, will audit and test the lifeguards on a regular basis. The testing will be announced to patrons on deck, and will happen roughly two times per week. Please cooperate with the lifeguards during these mock scenarios. They are for your safety.

Tennis

As a tennis player, it is important that you know and follow the rules and practice the courtesy of good sportsmanship and etiquette on the courts. Please know and abide by the following rules which will ensure a better playing experience for all members and guests.

List of Rules
  • Members must sign in before getting on courts. If you do not sign in the court can be given to another player.
  • All courts are handled on a reservations basis, call 337-216-6588.
  • Reservations will be made on a first come first serve basis.
  • Members can make reservation up to two weeks in advance.
  • You may only have one reservation per day.
  • There is a two-hour limit for court reservations.
  • Children under the age of 16 must have a parent make reservations.
  • Non-members are allowed to take two (2) introductory lessons only.
  • Tennis Lesson Cancellation policy - 24 hour advanced notice or your account will be charged the full amount.
  • Court Cancellation Policy - If canceling a court please notify the Tennis Pro Shop as soon as possible.
  • Failure to do so between the hours of 6:00am and 8:00pm can result in court fees being charged to your account.
  • All proper tennis attire will be strictly enforced. These items are strictly prohibited: • Swim Attire • Running Shoes • Hard Sole Shoes • Muscle Shirts
  • Reservations can be made up to 2 weeks in advance by calling the Pro Shop. Maximum of 2 courts can be reserved under one member.
  • Courts may be reserved for a maximum of 2 hours.
  • As a courtesy, please cancel court reservations as soon as possible so that others may book court time.
  • The use of the ball machine is complimentary to Members (ages 13 and above) and can only be reserved during slow hours (11am4pm) Monday-Saturday. Sunday hours are 9am-4pm. Two courts will be reserved with the ball machine and the ball machine must be returned to the Pro Shop after use.
  • All guests must pay a $15 guest fee and it is to be paid prior to going on court.
  • Please wear appropriate attire on courts. Shirts & proper tennis shoes must be worn, no cut-offs or jeans.
  • No profanities, yelling or screaming at any time while on court. Be respectful at all times.
  • Cell phones must be silenced.
  • No food, glass containers, skateboards, pets are allowed on court.
  • Do not participate in any behavior that would risk injury to anyone else, such as throwing your racquet or any object on or off the court.
  • If you are around the tennis courts but not playing, please keep noises to an appropriate level and respect Members who are playing.

FunZone (Nursery)

Registration: A Master Chart must be completed by the participant's parent or guardian as to who is allowed to pick up your child and will be obtained on file. All emergency and parent contact information must be complete and current.

List of Rules
  • Please provide necessary diapers, pull-ups, and wipes. Clearly label all bags, bottles, and pacifiers.
  • Please make arrangements to feed your child before visiting the childcare. Our staff will only be able to distribute the regularly scheduled snack.
  • No outside food except infant formula shall be allowed into the childcare area.
  • NO PEANUT PRODUCTS will be present in the childcare area and your child's medical history card shall be pulled upon each arrival to alert us of any food allergy. Dangerous toys such as balloons, sharp objects, or small toys are not allowed.
  • All children must be in good health. Please do not bring your child with a cloudy, runny nose, a congested cough, a temperature, head lice or diarrhea.

Kids Club

Registration: A Master Chart must be completed by the participant's parent or guardian before initiating the program and will be obtained on file. All emergency and parent contact information must be complete and current. City Club is not responsible for children after class dismissal.

List of Rules
  • All children must be registered City Club Members.
  • No food and only closed water bottles are allowed in the youth fitness center.
  • All Guests must be accompanied by a Member and general guest policies apply. Guest Fees Apply.
  • Proper workout clothing is required; Participants must wear athletic shoes and comfortable clothing that allows for movement. Shirts are required and no cut-offs are allowed.
  • Reservations are recommended. Our youth fitness center is designed for a maximum of 20 participants and members are accepted on a first come first serve basis.
  • ll workout equipment must be returned to its proper place after each use.
  • We kindly ask that participants do not enter classes more than five minutes past the starting time. This will prevent injuries that may be caused by failure to warm-up and will promote class continuity.