Community Center at the Fel - Closing Early - Monday, February 22, 2021
The Community Center at the Fel will be closed for the remainder of the day today, Monday, 2/22 due to the weather conditions.
Community Center at the Fel Update - Thursday, January 28, 2021
The Community Center at the Fel will be reopening on Monday, February 1st, with reduced hours of operation and new policies and procedures. Please note that the operations and programming of the Community Center will be evaluated on an ongoing basis. The facility will shut down and re-open as applicable per CDC protocols as it relates to COVID-19.
Hours of operation beginning Monday, February 1st, are as follows:
o Monday – Thursday - 7:00am – 8:00pm
o Friday - 7:00am – 5:00pm
o Saturday - 8:00am – 12pm
o Sunday – Closed
Safety Procedures & Facility Restrictions
- The Community Center doors will remain locked. Only those registered for programming and use of the fitness center will be permitted access.
- CDC guidelines along with safety and sanitizing procedures will be implemented.
- Temperature checks will be performed prior to entering the facility.
- Face coverings are required throughout the facility including the fitness center and during classes/programs.
- Physical distancing will be imposed at the facility and during programs/classes.
- The basketball gymnasium will remain closed until further notice.
- Fitness Center will be available by appointment. Appointments can be made with staff by calling 610-828-3266.
- Monthly and Annual memberships will be available.
- Active annual memberships will be honored for the length of the shutdown, please speak to a staff member.
- Guest passes have been suspended.
- Day passes will not be offered.
- Monthly memberships will be honored if active during the shutdown.
- Rentals (indoor and outdoor) will not be permitted.
The Borough of Conshohocken continues to closely monitor the COVID-19 situation as it develops in Montgomery County. Our Administrative, Public Safety and Emergency Management personnel are being kept up to date with information as it is received from local, county and state officials. Our goal is to mitigate the community spread of the virus through containment to the greatest extent possible. We are simultaneously taking proactive steps to also ensure there is minimal business interruption. However, there is a high likelihood that our community will experience service disruptions. As the situation evolves, certain Borough services will take priority over others and those decisions will be made out of an abundance of caution. Please refer to the Borough’s website, social media and CodeRED alerts for updates. We continue to urge all Conshohocken Borough residents, businesses and visitors to follow all as it relates to the COVID-19.
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