Update 5/11/2021: Click here for all current information regarding the pool and facilities. Highlights:
- Gym facilities have an 8 person capacity currently.
- Masks are required for all indoor use.
- Pool will open Saturday May 29th, currently with no reservations system and first come first serve. Please be neighborly and monitor your time limit while at the pool.
- Pool deck capacity will be 100 people.
Update 1/5/2021: Adams County moved to level Orange meaning gym capacities are adjusted back to 25% capacity. The Fitness and Venture Center gym capacity is currently 5 people at a time. Hours for gym access remains the same:
Mon-Fri: 9-1p and 4-8p
Update 12/7/2020: Once again we’ve had to narrow down the gym capacity, which is now at a limit of 3 people. Both the Fitness Center and Venture Center gyms will only operate during staffed hours, which will be listed below:
Mon-Fri: 9-1p and 4-8p
At this time no reservation system is in place, however, you must check in and out with the front desk so that we can follow the 3 person capacity. If the gym is at capacity, the staff will put your name and number on a waiting list, and you’ll be called as soon as someone leaves the building. You can also call us at (720) 643- 5818 to check how many people are in the gym, and get your name on the waiting list ahead of time. Please be mindful to keep your gym usage to an hour each day.
Please see the rest of the newsletter for updates on upcoming events, the Resident Spotlights, clubs, and fitness programs!
Update 11/20/2020: Click here for updated details
Update 10/28/2020: We have received notice from the Tri-County Health Department that Adams County will move into Level 3 Safer at Home starting Wednesday, October 28th at 5 p.m, however, the decision was made not to move forward with closing gym facilities. Our protocols are and remain based on guidance from CDC, U.S., local health and government organizations, and YMCA of Denver Corporate.
The current protocol and plan recommended and facilitated by the YMCA of Denver are effective October 28th, 2020 at 5:00 P.M. as follows: Gyms in counties under Safer At Home: Level 3 COVID-19 restrictions can continue indoor fitness, according to updated rules from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE). Gyms can now operate indoors at 25% capacity, or 25 people, whichever is fewer. Prior to Tuesday, gyms in these counties would have to hold classes outside or virtually. Read more details here.
Gym usage changes:
- NEW maximum capacities will be 5 total for both fitness centers.
- BC Fitness Center will continued to be monitored for usage
- Mask usage and capacities will be strongly monitored and enforced between the two facilities.
- 3 strike policy is implemented if residents are caught without a mask or breaking capacity policies. Key card access will be turned off.
The Venture Center will resume normal staff and gym hours. The Fitness Center will also resume normal gym hours (4am-10pm) each day.
As recommendations and direction continue to be reviewed and updated, information will be distributed via email and posted online.
Update 10/27/2020: Adams County Covid-19 incidence rates are almost double the level needed to stay in Level 2 of Safer at Home and hospitalizations are rising statewide, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) will move the county into Level 3 of Safer at Home on the state’s dial in hopes to quickly reduce the spread of the virus. With this change, all gyms will be closed for usage effective Wednesday October 28th at 5pm. It is unclear how long the closures will remain but the YMCA will closely monitor this and will re-open facilities as soon as allowed. The Venture Center will remain staffed Monday – Friday 9am-8pm and Saturday and Sunday 10am-5pm to assist with resident questions and key card/account set up. Please check out these virtual at home workouts!
Update 06/08/2020: Playgrounds are now open. Guidelines from the State recommend a capacity of 10 people at a time – as such signage has been posted at the parks with capacity limits noted. Please maintain 6 feet distance from members of other households and capacity limits. Equipment is not sanitized.
Updated 06/04/2020: As you may have heard the Governor announced that pools can open, and we are anticipating the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment will release further personal recreation guidance for outdoor pools, recreation centers, and playgrounds on Thursday, June 4th. This is good news! However, there is more to this than just opening the doors. The latest email blast with all the current details can be found here.
This post will be updated when next week’s email blast with further details regarding Venture Center & Pool operations, anticipated to begin June 15th, is released.
Updated 05/29/2020: Although the State has announced some outdoor pool guidelines, at this time the Public Health Order still states public pools are to remain closed. As with other businesses and places being allowed to re-open you can imagine that when the pool does open this summer your experience will be very different than past summers. We are doing everything we can to get prepared in the event we are given the green light to open. We are making every effort to abide by the safety recommendations and still be able to provide the community with some recreational opportunities. June 15th is a hopeful date of opening, but is subject to approval and being able to get the necessary supplies for sanitation requirements.
Updated 05/14/2020: Crossings Bark Dog Park is open for public use. Physical distancing, gathering limits, and face masks in accordance with Public Health Orders are strongly encouraged by not policed by Brighton Crossings.
Updated 05/01/2020: Safer At Home Requirements continue to require closures of community playgrounds and recreational facilities. As such, all playgrounds, picnic areas, Venture Center, and Fitness Center facilities will remain closed.
Updated 3/31/2020: Special Meeting Held by Brighton Crossings Operations Board, adopts Resolution Declaring Emergency Closures of Public Amenities: On March 25, 2020, Governor Polis issued Executive Order D 2020-017 Ordering Coloradoans to Stay at Home Due to the Presence of COVID-19 in the State, and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment issued Amended Public Health Order 20-14 Implementing Stay at Home Requirements, effective at 6:00 A.M. on March 26, 2020, requiring all individuals currently living within the State to remain in their residences whenever possible and prohibiting all public and private gathering of any number of people occurring outside a residence. In order to comply with the Order, the Board implemented closures of The Venture Center, Fitness Center, community parks, playgrounds and sports courts to all access, except as may be necessary by BCOB management and contractors to continue any essential business and/or for extensive cleaning, maintenance, and disinfecting of the amenities. The closures are effective until the State Execute Order is repealed. More information here.
All playgrounds, picnic areas, public lounge areas, Venture Center, and Fitness Center facilities will remain closed through April 30, 2020 in accordance with State of Colorado Public Health Order 20-22.
View Full Public Health Order 20-22.
Dear Brighton Crossings Community,
As the situation regarding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to evolve, we want to reiterate that the health and safety of our residents, staff, and community remains our first priority.
Brighton Crossings Operations Board (BCOB) recognizes that residents, family members and friends may be affected by this outbreak. Our thoughts are with those who have been impacted.
We continue to proactively monitor the situation. Our protocols are and remain based on guidance from CDC, U.S., local health and government organizations, and YMCA of Denver Corporate. Their recommendations will continue to inform and guide the community recreational facility operations and events protocols and plans. For information on the coronavirus: Centers for Disease Control Prevention (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO).
The current protocol and plan recommended and facilitated by the YMCA of Denver are effective March 17, 2020 at 8:00 A.M. as follows:
Fitness Center Closure: The Fitness Center located off of Tanner Peak street will be closed to the public through April 30, 2020. Thorough facility cleanings and sanitization using an electric static cleaning process, are being coordinated by the YMCA of Denver over this time period.
Venture Center Closure: The Venture Center Community Building and Fitness Center will be closed to the public through April 30, 2020. Thorough facility cleanings and sanitization using an electric static cleaning process, are being coordinated by the YMCA of Denver over this time period.
Resident will not be able to access any portion of the facilities during this time period.
Playgrounds and Picnic Areas: All six (6) community parks playgrounds, passive lounge areas, and picnic areas are closed through April 30, 2020. The City of Brighton will be patrolling these areas to enforce public facility closures.
We thank you for your understanding of these precautionary efforts. As recommendations and direction continue to be reviewed and updated, information will be distributed via email and posted online.
Brighton Crossings Management Team
On behalf of Brighton Crossings Operations Board