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Saturday................................... 8am–8pm
Sunday.................................... 10am–6pm
*Holiday Hours
5:30 am–6 pm: New Year’s Day, Dr. Martin L. King Day, President’s Day, Independence
Day (observed), Labor Day, Veteran’s Day (observed), Day after Thanksgiving
5:30 am–4 pm: Christmas Eve, New Year’s Eve
Closed: Easter Sunday, Thanksgiving and Christmas Day
*excludes Memorial Day
Admission Policy
Centennial Commons
Members access the Commons using
a membership card. Facility usage requires
a resident or nonresident ID card and
visit fee; otherwise, the nonresident rate
applies. The card may be purchased for $5/
resident; $7/nonresident (nonrefundable).
Card replacements are available for $3.
Residency verification will be made during
the ID application process. Make sure your
occupancy permit has been updated to
include all family members.
All fees are subject to change.
Admission Fees
Resident youth
Resident adult
Resident senior
$4 (17 and under)
$4 (60+)
$7 (all ages)
20–Day Admission Pass
Resident youth
Resident adult
Resident senior
University City residents may qualify
for our scholarship program. All
household members must be listed
on University City occupancy permit
to qualify for resident fees (see p. 25
for more info). For safety purposes,
your Driver’s License or State ID must
be presented prior to member or ID
registrations or renewals.
»» A Membership or Resident/Nonresident
ID card MUST be swiped to gain entry
into Centennial Commons or Heman
Pool. Parent or guardian must apply for
youth 17 and under.
Fee Payment Methods
»» Y
outh 11 and older can utilize
Centennial Commons without
adult supervision.
Electronic Fee Payment for
One Year Annual Membership
»» Youth 10 and younger MUST be accompanied by a parent/guardian or caregiver
18 or older - NO EXCEPTIONS!
»» Youth 9 and younger MAY NOT utilize
the track unless accompanied by parent/
guardian or caregiver 16 or older.
»» Direct Parent/Guardian supervision
MUST be provided throughout the
entire visit.
Spring / Summer 2019
Centennial Commons accepts Cash,
Check, Money Order, Mastercard,
Visa or Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT).
With the direct debit (EFT) option,
you need not pay your one year annual
membership fees in full at the time of
registration. Monthly fees can be debited
by providing your Mastercard or Visa credit
or debit card info. There is a $20 start up
fee for EFT service. All fees are debited
by the 2nd day of each month. A one year
membership commitment is required for
EFT service. A $25 processing fee will be
charged for each ‘insufficient funds’ return.
Monthly Resident EFT Fees
Senior (60+)
Senior Couple*
Monthly Non–Resident EFT Fees
Senior (60+)
Senior Couple*
*Both individuals must be 60 or older.
For detailed EFT information,
call 505-8617.
Child Care
Cub Care Stay
and Play Area
Our infant/youth Cub Care area
(for children 3 months to eight years
of age) allows you to work out while
youngsters enjoy our supervised
play area.
Monday–Friday: 8am–Noon
Monday-Wednesday: 5–8pm
Saturday: 8am–1pm
$2.50/child, Max. 2 hours
20 visit swipe card–$36/child


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