After a months-long closure, Herndon Community Center is opening its doors to the community once again.
The center will reopen on Thursday, August 20 at 7 a.m. Although the pool and fitness area will be open, locker rooms, spa, sauna and racquetball courts will remain closed. Family changing rooms and restrooms will be open.
One-on-one personal training sessions are also available, along with online personal training. Costs vary from $36 to $349 for Town of Herndon residents and $48 to $464 for all others. Costs vary based on the duration and number of sessions requested.
Reservations are required to use the fitness and pool areas. Outdoor sessions will take place at the turf field of Bready park.
The center will be open on weekdays only from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. HCC has no immediate plans to reopen the center on weekends.
The town will reassess its hours after a two-week period following reopening.
Facemasks must be worn in HCC, but can be removed when patrons are ready to exercise or swim.
HCC is instituting a number of safety measures in order to limit the spread of COVID-19. Patrons will be asked to complete a health screening when entering the facility. Hand sanitizer will be available at the center’s entrance and in the fitness room.
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