Keeping Our Club Safe
Safety is our top priority as we prepare to reopen in stages based on the recommendations of local government officials. To ensure the health of our members and team, we will implement enhanced cleaning procedures, clear designations for social distancing, and thoughtful class schedules to provide the safest experience possible. Please check back for updates.
Your Next Visit
M-F: 6 a.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Sa/Su: 7:30 a.m. – 6:15 p.m.
Things have changed in the last few months, the Club has adopted new policies and procedures to keep members and staff safe.
Access to the club is by reservation only. All members are required to sign a waiver before entry.
Safety Measures at the Club
To ensure the well-being of our members, we are strategically applying safety policies and procedures based on the Club’s unique needs.
As we get more information, we will post detailed guidelines regarding specific activities and areas of the Club below. All policies are subject to change.
Still Have Questions?
We can help
We are dedicated to helping our members during this readjustment period. Please see our FAQs below and don’t hesitate to reach out to our Membership Department with additional concerns.
Current Membership Dues:
- Family $150
- Single $105
- Senior Family $110
- Senior Single $90
- Young Professional Family $100
- Young Professional Single $80
- Social $80
No, members are not currently being charged monthly GPX and GPX Masters fees.
Yes. Bellevue Club staff will follow enhanced safety procedures, including frequent cleaning of common and high-touch areas, cleaning workout equipment more frequently and health screenings.
In accordance with the governor’s orders, face masks are required in all common areas and while not participating in activities that have been identified as exempts.
Members are exempt from wearing a mask while seated at a restaurant or exercising maintaining a minimum 6 feet of social distance. The new racquetball court fitness studio for compromised members requires face masks to be worn. Please note all activities remain reservation only.
how you can help
The Center for Disease Control advises everyone to protect themselves and others by following basic guidelines for personal hygiene, which includes: Washing your hands, covering your mouth and nose in public places, social distancing, keeping a clean home and wearing gloves.