This page is your one stop shop for frequently asked questions about programs and activities, ECC memberships, operations and the status of parks & recreation facilities.
Incorporated Facility Areas
- Active adult lounge (60 and over)
- Aquatics area
- Lap pool
- Lazy river
- Leisure pool with play features
- Outdoor water feature
- Spray area
- Two-story figure eight pool slide with splash tank
- Child care facility with adjacent outdoor playground
- Climbing pinnacle (32 feet) and bouldering wall (12 feet)
- Cycle Garage
- Elevated indoor running track - 1/11 mile long
- Fitness areas on 2 levels:
- Cardiovascular fitness machines
- Free weights
- Life Fitness selectorized strength equipment
- Stretching areas
- Fitness / group exercise studio:
- 1,340 square feet
- Mirrored walls
- Sprung timber floor
- One full court or 2 half courts
- Retractable hoops
- Volleyball nets
- Indoor playground
- Lobby, including:
- Digital bulletin boards
- Public access Wi-Fi
- Seating areas
- Locker rooms, including family changing rooms / cabanas
- Multipurpose community rooms:
- Attached proofing kitchen for catered events
- One large room with stage that can convert to 4 smaller independent rooms
- Party room
- Racquetball courts (2)
- Staff offices
Code of Conduct
The Town of Erie expects reasonable and appropriate behavior from those who visit and use the facilities and participate in activities. The Parks and Recreation Department has established a code of conduct to ensure safety and enjoyment and reserves the right to deny admission and/or take disciplinary action against any individual violating the code of conduct.
Types of Violations
A violations include, but are not limited to:
- Disorderly conduct
- Drug use
- Failure to cooperate with staff
- Noncompliance with established policies and rules
- Obscene language or gestures
- Possession of weapons of any kind
- Public intoxication
- Sexual misconduct
- Unlawful activity and any other behavior deemed offensive or unacceptable
Staff will enforce this code of conduct.
Community Center Policies
- All guests utilize the center and participate in activities at their own risk
- Children up to 10-years-old must be directly supervised by an adult at all times unless the child is participating in a center supervised program.
- Please see Guest Service for specific policies regarding fitness equipment and children.
- Please dress appropriately when in the center.
- Shoes and shirts are required at all times.
- Non-marking shoes are required in the gymnasium, racquetball courts, and fitness studio.
- Proper swim attire is required in the pool area.
- Athletic attire, including closed toe athletic shoes, are required in the fitness areas.
- No bicycles, mopeds, skateboards or skate shoes are allowed in the Center.
- Use of cameras, cell phone cameras, and video cameras are prohibited in all locker rooms and bathrooms. Any photography within the Center must be approved by the management.
- Guests are strongly encouraged to bring their own lock to secure clothing and valuables in lockers.
- Locks are also available for sale at Guest Service.
- Locks and property must be removed each night.
- Food, drinks and gum are not permitted in the gymnasium, locker rooms, racquetball courts, rock climbing area and fitness areas.
- Tobacco and weapons are prohibited in the center.
- Animals are prohibited unless service animals accompanying persons with disabilities.
Please be aware of and follow all posted center rules and guidelines.
Must be accompanied by an adult/have adult in the building at all times.
- General Admission: includes access to the gym and racquetball court, as well as limited access to other areas of the facility. Additional fees may apply for select amenities and offerings.
- Climbing Wall: unsupervised open climb requires belay certification
- Fitness Classes (ages 11+)
- Excludes Body Pump until age 15
- Hot Tub
- Lap Swim - Must pass swim test
- Open Swim
- Rope Swing - Green swim wristband required
- Tube Slide - Yellow or green swim wristband required
- Upstairs Access/Lower Level Cardio Equipment
- Must be fitness equipment certified
- Wristband required; available at Guest Service
No restrictions or certifications required. ID showing proof of age or Amilia account required for minors using second floor fitness area
The Erie Community Center has been designed with sustainability and energy conservation as a priority:
- Additional foam sheathing as thermal break
- Automatic lighting controls
- Automatic solar shades for south and west facing glass
- Enhanced roof insulation
- High efficiency boilers
- High performance tinted low-e glass
- Hydronic solar water collector system
- Low emitting finish materials
- Natural day lighting in all large volume areas provided by Kalwall skylights
- Nonpotable water irrigation system
- Pool HVAC heat recovery
- Regenerative media pool filters (1st of its kind in Colorado)
- Use of recycled content materials
- Use of regional materials to reduce transport energy consumption
- Waterless urinals
Admission and pass fees include the following activities and services:
Family members may include:
- Domestic partners
- Dependent children and unmarried children up to the age of twenty-six who are full-time students or serving in the Armed Forces.
- Children over the age of twenty-six who are full dependent for their support and maintenance and unable to support themselves.
- Parents over the age of 65
- A charitable ward residing with the family
- Additional family members can be added for $75 each for the annual pass
Pass Refund/Cancellation Policy
Refunds are not available for facility passes except for the following conditions; moving outside the Town of Erie (more than 15 miles),
medical conditions, or military deployment. Documentation is required. All other situations will be assessed on a case by case basis.
Refunds are not available for periods of inactivity or non-usage. KidStation punch cards are non-refundable.
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10 VISIT PUNCH PASS
The Parks & Recreation Department is committed to providing equitable access to our services and programs. Scholarship funds are available for Erie residents that qualify for federally funded assistance programs and can be used for activities, punch cards and memberships.
Funds are provided by the Town of Erie and Weld County United Way to eligible participants.
Households that qualify for federally funded assistance programs are eligible for the Recreation Scholarship Program and will receive a $200.00 credit for use at the Erie Community Center per eligible person. The $200.00 credit will be applied directly to Amilia account upon successful completion of scholarship application and Amilia account creation.
- The Recreation Scholarship Program is available for qualifying Erie residents, proof of residency required.
- Proof of scholarship qualifier required.
- Scholarships expire at the end of the calendar year (December 31) Must re-apply each year.
- Once eligibility is approved, scholarships will be assigned to account in Amilia.
- Amilia accounts may be created online or in person at the Erie Community Center.
The Erie Community Center is a proud member of the OnePass, Renew Active™, Silver&Fit, and SilverSneakers® network of fitness facilities. Check with Guest Service to see if your healthcare provider participates in the program.