Sonoma County Family YMCA

1111 College Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA
(707) 545-9622

  • Welcome to the Y!

    Welcome to the Y!

    Swim, sports and play. Join the Y today. Learn More >>

  • Nationwide Membership

    Nationwide Membership

    Starting January 1st! Learn More >>

  • Mobile App

    Mobile App

    Download our mobile app today! Learn More >>

  • Y Story

    Y Story

    We're always seeking stories that help show how the Y makes a positive impact. Learn More >>

  • Diabetes Prevention Program

    Diabetes Prevention Program

    If you're at risk for type 2 diabetes, we can help. Learn More >>

  • Swim Lessons Year Round

    Swim Lessons Year Round

    It's never too early or too late to learn to swim! Learn More >>

  • Youth Sports

    Youth Sports

    Play here. Shape their Future. Learn More >>

  • Be a Part of our Team

    Be a Part of our Team

    Join us. We make a difference. Learn More >>

  • We're Here For You

    We're Here For You

    Y Child Care Services. Learn More >>

  • Nurturing Kids' Natural Potential

    Nurturing Kids' Natural Potential

    Expanding children's potential by providing a supportive, safe, creative, fun environment. Learn More >>


Crab Feed

Saturday, February 24th @ 5 PM
Friedman Center
4676 Mayette Drive, Santa Rosa

(Flyer) Help support Jack London School and our local Y by eating as much crab as possible.  A 21 and older event.

- All you can eat crab, pasta, salad, bread and dessert
- Music, live and silent auctions, raffle tickets, and more

$60 per person (includes 2 drink tickets)
$440 for a group table (seats 8)

Get tickets online .  In person at Jack London Elementary School or the YMCA (1111 College Ave).

Swim-A-Thon 2018

Happening March 11-17!

Help support Team H2O raise $2,500 to send kids to camp, swim lessons and help give our community access to the Y every day! Sign-up to sponsor your favorite Aquatics Staff or participate with the Aquatics Staff in swimming as many laps in one hour!  For more information, contact Kelly at (707) 545-9622 ext 3126 or






Saturday, March 10, 2018
Odd Fellow Hall
-545 Pacific Ave, SR
Tickets-$20 pre-sale 
& $30  at door

(flyer)  You are invited to join us for an evening of impact and laughter! 

- Doors will open at 6pm 
   for cocktails & snacks
- Comedy content most appropriate 
   for 18yrs and over
- Raffle tickets will be available
   for purchase
- Proceeds benefit YMCA 
   youth scholarship fund
- Purchase tickets @ the Y or online.

For more Info- 545-9622 x3138

Mane Event

Sunday, March 18th 
10 am - 2 pm

Make a tangible difference in the lives of our neighbors by cutting your hair or making monetary donations. The effort is part of the Y’s Annual Giving Campaign to bring awareness to Y programs and services that work to support youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility. 

Reservations can be made by calling Angela Reed, 545-9622 ext. 3136 or email

photo of Art with beardSHEAR DA BEARD

Sunday, March 18 @ 1 PM in the Lobby.  

We invite you to pledge to the Y any amount necessary to have Art shear his beard! There’s a million dollar smile under there. We just have to raise the money to find it. Will you help us??? His boss cycling students, family and co-workers, will thank you!  Donations will be accepted that day or in the Member Center. 

Feel Good

Make someone's year

Build a Brighter 2018

Every dollar of every gift invests in helping people live their best lives, invests in a healthy community, and invests in developing potential.  


2,000 kids had a safe and educational summer at camp

More than 1,500 people learned to swim  

50 kids are gearing up for kindergarten at Y preschool

Dozens of people learned how to prevent diabetes. 

Annual Campaign for Community

Learn more or to donate, click here.




Introducing SMAll-group Queenax demonstrations
With Certified personal trainer, Daniel Marchbanks
Tuesday evenings 5:30-6:30pm
March  6th—March 27th

Ever wonder what that big thing is in our Activity Center? Join Certified Personal Trainer, Daniel Marchbanks for an hour of demonstration and exploration of the QueenAx apparatus.  Learn the basic principles of suspension training and explore the wide variety of functional exercises one can do on this piece of equipment.

This group is free for members. After this four-week drop-in class, the group will transition to fee-based small group personal training.  Class is capped at 8 people. Sign up at the front desk.