All people are welcome to participate in YMCA of Greater Williamson County programs and use our facilities as members, regardless of race, ability, religion, gender, national origin, sexual orientation or income. Everyone belongs at the Y.
No contract is required when you join the Y.
You may set your membership account to draft monthly from a checking account or credit card.
The Y is a values-based, character-building, nonprofit membership organization that plays a vital role in contributing to the community. Our values of caring, honesty, respect, responsibility and faith are in everything we do. We plan our high-quality programs around essential elements to help kids grow up caring and responsible. Our staff is caring, competent and experienced. Our training includes safety, management modules, CPR, First Aid and more.
At the Y, young people can develop new skills, increase self-esteem, and make new friends while having fun in safe, nurturing environments. Families can build stronger bonds, achieve greater work/life balance, and become more engaged in their communities. People of all ages and abilities can build a healthier spirit, mind and body.
Financial assistance is available, thanks to the generosity of our donors during our annual Strong Kids Campaign.
If you purchase a membership at any YMCA of Greater Williamson County branch location, then you can access all of our YMCA of Greater Williamson County facilities. The YMCA of Greater Williamson County currently has five branch locations ? Burnet, Cedar Park, Hutto, & Round Rock. Of note, we also offer a Triangle Membership ? where YMCA of Greater Williamson County members have access to the eight YMCA of Austin branch locations.
Currently, in order to join the YMCA of Greater Williamson County or register for any of our programs or classes, you have to stop by your local branch location in person. Notably, we are working on adding online services for membership and program registration in the near future.
Y membership and programs are open to everyone. Financial assistance is made available to those who cannot afford the services that the Y provides. These funds come from the generosity of our donors during our annual Strong Kids Campaign. We handle all financial assistance applications and supporting documentation confidentially. For further details on financial assistance, please click here .
Volunteering is an important part of the energy and excellence of the YMCA of Greater Williamson County. Y volunteers work at each facility; they help with programs and events; they serve on committees; and some lead as members of branch boards. We are grateful for all volunteer help, and we need a wide range of skills and interests to help us meet the needs of the people and the communities that we serve. To learn more about volunteer opportunities at the YMCA of Greater Williamson County, please click here.