FITNESS CENTER

You can now pay Fitness Center fees online
(only annual membership fees can be paid online.)


PLEASE NOTE:
When paying online, your fitness club membership is NOT active
until your application is submitted to the Village Office.


View/Download:
2021 Rules & Regs Resident 2021 Application 2021 Non-Resident Application


 

The fitness center is open Tuesday-Sunday 7am-8:30pm.

Dear Residents and Fitness Center members

As you may have already learned, the Village has adopted the CDC and NYS recommendations, for the wearing of face masks by those that are fully vaccinated.

These recommendations will also apply to the fitness center. In light of these changes, please be aware of the following:

Face masks for those who are vaccinated, are no longer required in the fitness center.

Face masks, and social distancing rules continue to be required for any person who is not vaccinated.

Reservations to use the fitness center are no longer required. However, any person who wants to enter the fitness center must sign the sign in sheet at the front desk.

Despite these recommendations, the New York State Department of Health strongly recommends the wearing of masks in indoor settings where the status of individuals is unknown.

Any person who observes unsafe practices in the fitness center should report such activities to the front desk or to the Village Office.

We thank all of the residents for your cooperation and patience, and would like to thank the staff for all of their hard work in keeping the facility clean and safe.

Chapter A116, Recreation Facilities, Use Of

[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Lake Success 6-21-1971; amended in its entirety 7-26-1976. Subsequent amendments noted where applicable.]

A116-1. Purpose.
For all purposes relating to use privileges of the recreational facilities of the Village of Lake Success, the following rules and regulations shall apply.

A116-2. Criteria for determining residency.
A. A resident shall be a person or a member of the household of a person who either owns and occupies or rents and occupies, for not less than the minimum periods provided in A116-3 and A116-4, a dwelling in the village.
B. A child of an eligible owner or lessee shall be presumed to be a nonresident if he has a place of residence outside of the village, except one which is maintained by reason of his full-time attendance at a recognized educational institution or his membership in the Armed Forces of the United States or in the Peace Corps or Volunteers in Service to America (VISTA). [Amended 11-18-1985 by L.L. No. 6-1985]

A116-3. Eligibility of renters for use of recreational facilities. [Amended 3-8-1999 by L.L. No. 1-1999]
A. A person or member of a household of a person who rents a dwelling in the village pursuant to a lease for a period of not less than one year and has established full-time occupancy in the village for at least 60 days shall be entitled to annual privileges. Such annual privilege shall only be valid for the period of residency in the village.
B. A person or member of a household of a person who rents a dwelling in the village for a period of not less than 120 days shall be entitled to daily privileges at village recreational facilities during the term of such periods.
C. Rent or rental, as used above, must include the following: a taking over of the premises by the renter and vacating by the owner and his family and the payment of a fixed amount of rent money for a definite period of time.
D. Annual resident memberships will be restricted to those that actually reside in the village, either owner/landlord or resident/tenant, but not both.

A116-4. General restrictions; appeals. [Amended 11-18-1985 by L.L. No. 6-1985]
A. Proof of residency shall be required from the person applying for recreational use privileges shall be verified by the Commissions of the recreational facilities.
B. A property owner renting his home in the village and not actually residing in the Village of Lake Success shall not be entitled to any recreational use privileges afforded to a resident during the period of such rental. Where nonresident privileges of recreational facilities are established, the lessor may apply for use privileges as a nonresident.
C. Any person who has been denied use privileges of the village recreational facilities as a nonresident may appeal such denial to the Board of Trustees, whose decision shall be final.
D. Fee and category of membership shall be established by resolution of the Board of Trustees upon recommendation by the Golf Commission.