The Elm City YMCA is centrally located in the heart of New Haven overlooking the historic New Haven Green. Devoted to promoting healthy living, the Elm City Y focuses on personal wellness programs for the adult New Haven community. The wellness center with a panoramic view of New Haven is staffed with personal trainers to help you meet your wellness goals. State of the art Life Fitness cardiovascular and strength training equipment is available with an area for stretching and functional exercises. Group exercise classes are available at convenient hours. Lap swimming and lessons are available at the New Haven YMCA Youth Center, a walkable distance at 50 Howe Street.
Free, two hour parking is offered to members in the Omni New Haven Hotel at Yale Parking Garage directly below the Elm City Y. No need to leave the garage to enter – just follow the signs to the stairwell. The Omni Garage entrance is on Temple Street.
|Hours of Operation:
Monday – Friday: 5:00am – 9:00pm
Saturday: 8:00am – 5:00pm Sunday: 8:00am – 4:00pm
|Address & Phone:
900 Chapel Street
Upper Mezzanine Level
New Haven CT 06510
P 203 789 8887 F 203 789 0880
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2015 Golf Outings to support our ANNUAL CAMPAIGN
Monday, May 18, 2015
LAKEWOOD-TRUMBULL YMCA 34th Annual at The Traditions at Oak Lane Golf Club in Woodbridge
For more information contact: Charlie Clifford P 203 445 9633 ext. 15 E email@example.com
Monday, August 3, 2015
STRATFORD YMCA 11th Annual at the Mill River Country Club in Stratford
For more information contact: Tim Bartlett P 203 375 5844 E firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday, September 15, 2015
SOUNDVIEW FAMILY YMCA 9th Annual Sara H. Forbes Golf Classic at the Madison Country Club in Madison
For more information contact: Doug Shaw P 203 481 9622 E email@example.com
New YMCA Branch Opens in New Haven – Elm City YMCA
Leaders at the Central Connecticut Coast YMCA announced that they have acquired the assets of a local wellness center allowing the Y to open a new Branch in New Haven. The new Elm City Y is located at 900 Chapel Street overlooking the historic New Haven Green and will offer health and wellness programs and services as part of its core mission to promote healthy living to all.
The Central Connecticut Coast YMCA and New Haven Fitness recently finalized their agreement resulting in the Y’s purchase of the wellness center that has been in operation for the past seven years. New Haven Fitness members have become members of the Y and now have access to any of the thirteen Y Branches serving New Haven, Bridgeport and the twenty-three neighboring towns and cities.
“This is a fantastic opportunity to expand the Y’s mission by creating new opportunities to promote healthy living” reported Y Board Chairman, Dan O’Donnell. “By growing our Y physical activity, nutrition education, and diabetes prevention programs, we’ll be making great strides in improving the health of the communities we serve.” Membership dues for New Haven Fitness members will not increase in 2015.
Tyler McCauley, co-owner of New Haven Fitness since its beginning has agreed to become the Executive Director of the new Elm City Y. “I am thrilled that New Haven Fitness is going to become a Y and I’m very excited to start my YMCA career,” said McCauley this week.
The Wellness Center within the Y will be named in honor of legendary YMCA leader, and McCauley’s grandfather, Duke Faubert. “We are very excited that Tyler has agreed to become our new Y’s Executive Director and that we’re going to be able to keep his outstanding team of wellness professionals with us” reported Y CEO, David Stevenson. “I think that this is going to be a great marriage.”
This is New Haven’s second Y Branch in the city. The New Haven YMCA Youth Center located at 50 Howe Street offers child care, school-readiness, after-school, aquatic, youth sports, and youth drop in services. Since its beginning in 1859, the YMCA has been providing programs and services in New Haven. “We have successfully served New Haven for 155 years because we have remained true to our mission and have continued to meet the changing needs of those we serve” stated Stevenson. “We focus our work on three core areas including youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility and the new Elm City Y will help us reach out, inspire and support healthy living habits. Two thirds of American adults are overweight or obese and one in three adults is pre-diabetic. The new Elm City Y will allow us to work with more people in battling the terrible consequences of an unhealthy lifestyle.”
As a new service, Y members will now be able to use the aquatic center at the New Haven Y Youth Center during specific times.