SunUte is open to everyone that has a SunUte Membership. No reservations required. No walk-ins allowed at this time.
You must show proof that you are fully vaccinated if you don’t want to wear a mask while in the building. (although we recommend a mask is worn while visiting SunUte)
Due to the Delta Variant and its high percentage of transmissibility SunUte is slowing down it’s reopening plan:
- Sunute staff will wear masks during their work hours; vaccinated or not.
- The only exception is for group exercise instructors while teaching if vaccinated.
- 24/7 has been put on hold.
- We are not accepting walk-ins at this point.
- We are not selling one-month memberships or punch passes.
- If you already have these, they will be honored, and you can use SunUte.
We will reassess the above holds on July 26th.
Indoor swimming for non-vaccinated individuals is considered a high risk activity
SunUte pool is open to high-risk individuals only from 7a-10a. High risk is defined as Elders and those with health risks.
- High risk is defined as Elders and those with health risks.
We do regulate the number of people allowed in the pool area. You may be asked to wait to allow the number of swimmers to go down to a safe number before entering the pool area. Feel free to call front desk and an ask about the numbers in the pool.
Boys and Girls Club is in the pool Monday-Thursdays from 12:30-2:30p.
As always, please feel free to call the SunUte front desk with any questions at 970-563-0214
Or Robin Duffy-Wirth, Director, at 970-563-2657 or 970-749-7998.
Thank you for your patience and understanding as we navigate our reopening plan.