Community Center FAQs
What are your hours?
We are open Monday-Friday: 5:30 a.m.-9 p.m., Saturday: 6:30 a.m.-8 p.m. and Sunday: 8 a.m.-8 p.m.
Do I need to bring a lock for my locker?
Members are strongly encouraged to lock their personal belongings in a locker while using the facility. The lockers in the Men's and Women's Locker Rooms and Family Changing Room hallway all have locks. Members can sign out a key tag which must be returned before leaving the facility. Detailed instructions for the locks can be found in each locker room area. For member safety and convenience, any lockers that are found to have contents in them overnight will be emptied and the contents will be placed in the lost and found.
Where can I find the pool schedule?
We have several convenient ways for you to access the pool schedule. We have paper copies available on the kiosk in our lobby of the current and following week’s schedule. Additionally, the pool schedule is available on our website, www.mansfieldcc.com. Simply click the link here for the weekly Main Pool Schedule or the Therapy Pool Schedule.
How do I register online for programs?
Online Program Registration "How To"
Can I bring a guest?
Yes! You get guest passes when you join which entitle you to two guests per pass. Additionally, when you run out of passes guests can pay the daily rate of $10 for adults, $6 for children and $2 for those under 3 years of age as long as they are with you.
How much does it cost to use the Child Care Room?
Child Care is for children ages 1-7 and is $3 per hour per child for members with a time limit of 2 hours. You must remain in the building while your child is in the Child Care Room. Child care punch cards can be purchased in either $10, $20 or $30 denominations at the Reception Desk and will be stored in the Child Care Room for your convenience.
Do I need to shower before going in the pool?
Everyone must shower before entering the pool as required by Connecticut health code.
Can my child wear a life jacket in the pool?
Life jackets and life vests (including swim suits with foam inserts) are permitted in the pool. Any child/patron wearing a life jacket or life vest must be accompanied into the water by an adult (18 years or older) and must be within arms reach. No noodles, inflatables, swimmies, or water wings are allowed. Any patron wearing a life jacket or life vest is NOT permitted to use the diving board. Other floatation devices are considered at the discretion of the Aquatic Director or Manager on Duty.
Can I drop-in to a class?
Yes! Members can purchase a Fitness Flex pass at the Reception Desk. You can use the card to drop-in to any adult fitness/aquatics class with openings except special events and seminars. This option is available only to Community Center members age 14(+) and is non-transferable. All members within one household may utilize the same Fitness Flex pass. Swipe your card at the computer at the beginning of a class. Instructors are available to help.
Fitness Flex Card options:
15 classes $120 paid in full
25 classes $200 paid in full
Non-Members may now drop in to a fitness class for a fee of $15, paid for at the Reception Desk for $15. You can drop-in to any adult fitness/aquatics class with openings special events and seminars. This option is available to participants age 14+. Receipt must be given to instructor at the beginning of class. This option is valid on a space available basis, classes and schedule are subject to change.
How old do you need to be to use the fitness equipment?
Members and guests must be at least 14 years old to use the fitness equipment upstairs.
Friday evenings from 5-9 p.m., Saturday evenings from 3-8 p.m. and Sunday 3-8 p.m. youth ages 10-13 may utilize select cardiovascular equipment with proper parental supervision. Additionally, they may utilize our Youth Resistance Training program during the above hours as long as they have completed the Youth Resistance Training Orientation. (See current program brochure for class dates and times.)
During Family Track Hours children may use the Walking/Jogging Track along side their parent or guardian.