Important Update

February 5, 2022


Tri-County Health Department met for a special Board meeting on Monday, January 31 to consider removal of the current Public Health Order requiring masks be worn indoors by all people ages two and up. Based on data and information gathered over the course of the past several weeks, the vote was to remove the Public Health Order after Friday, February 4.

Club Greenwood members are still encouraged to stay home when sick, test if you have symptoms and continue to wipe down equipment before and after use. We support any member who chooses to wear a mask by having them available for your use at the Welcome Desk, Service Desk and Tennis Club Desk.

Thank you for your continued support and cooperation and please continue wearing your mask properly through Friday, February 4.

Club Update, November 23

Tri-County Health Department has implemented a Public Health Order requiring masks be worn by all patrons 2 years and up indoors in all businesses in Arapahoe County. The same order has been implemented in Jefferson, Adams and Denver Counties, effective Wednesday, November 24, 2021 – January 2, 2022. A similar order has been in place in Boulder County since August and Larimer since mid-October.

The reason for the order is directly related to the decrease in available hospital beds across the Denver Metropolitan area and although Club Greenwood has been safely operating without masks for months, we are obligated to follow the order.

As the President of Club Greenwood and a founding Board member of the Colorado Fitness Coalition I have spent countless hours pleading for a mask exemption during exercise. We have worked tirelessly to have a conversation with TCHD Executive Director Dr. John Douglas to communicate how we can work together to ensure the health and well-being of our residents, both physically and mentally and I will not stop those efforts. Once again, the data shows no transmission of the virus at Club Greenwood therefore we are not and should not be considered high-risk.

The order does allow for a business to implement a voluntary Vaccine Verification Program using a policy that assures full vaccination of all employees, staff and guests up to 95% at any given time and would allow Club Greenwood to be exempt from the mask mandate. The order requires an application process that we will consider. Unfortunately, the application process has not been posted on the TCHD site at the time of this email leaving us with no alternative than to follow the mask mandate effective Wednesday morning. Once the application process is posted we will need to submit to TCHD for approval.

We realize this is not great news, but we are asking each of you to follow the order as written, please respect our staff members when they ask you to follow the order and hang in there with us.

Thank you for your continued loyalty and dedication and for working with us to keep Club Greenwood safe!

Club COVID Update, August 19

Effective Monday, August 23, children in Club Greenwood’s Kids’ Club and Youth Activity Club (YAC), ages 2-11 will be required to wear a face covering. The TCHD Public Health Order refers to child care settings and by definition, both Kids’ Club and YAC qualify as a child care setting.

Child Care Setting means all licensed child care facilities, including in-home child care and programs classified as license-exempt under the Colorado Child Care Licensing Act, including single skill-building and 72-hour camps; child care centers operated in connection with and on the premises of a church, shopping center, or business where children are cared for during short periods of time; special schools or classes for religious instruction or single skill-building purpose; in Adams, Arapahoe, and Douglas Counties.

Link to full order »

Thank you for your cooperation as we do what is necessary to keep your children safe.


Effective immediately, Club Greenwood employees will be required to wear a mask while on duty indoors, regardless of vaccination status. Staff members who perform physical activity as part of their job may remove their masks to drink and to catch their breath. This policy will remain in effect through August 31, 2021, and we will re-evaluate at two-week increments.

We remind you to:

  • Continue to be diligent about wiping down equipment before and after use
  • Wash hands frequently and stay at home if you feel sick at all
  • Continue following the CDC guidelines for vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals in an indoor setting
  • Register for ALL group fitness classes so that, if necessary, we can perform contact tracing

We appreciate your patience and understanding as we do our best to keep our members and staff healthy and safe.

Update August 12, 2021

The health and safety of Club Greenwood members and employees is our top priority. We are committed to providing you with a safe and motivating environment to maintain and improve your physical and mental well-being. CDPHE and TCHD are recommending masks be worn indoors, regardless of vaccine status. This is not a mandate, therefore we ask you be respectful of your fellow members and stay home when sick, wipe down equipment and continue to be mindful of your social proximity to others. We will continue to monitor, evaluate and follow guidelines.

As a reminder and for your convenience, hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes can be found throughout the club. In addition, masks are available at the Welcome, Service and Tennis Desks.

Thank you for your continued cooperation as we keep Club Greenwood safe for everyone!

Club Update July 28, 2021

We are adhering to all local and federal guidance as it relates to the Delta Variant and mask mandates.

Club Greenwood will not make it mandatory for members or staff to wear masks per the following:

  1. Governor Polis has not made masks mandatory
  2. Tri-County Health District has not made masks mandatory
  3. According to the CDC, Arapahoe County just moved to Substantial this afternoon, therefore we are waiting for guidance from the local authorities

From the CDC: “To maximize protection from the Delta variant and prevent possibly spreading it to others, wear a mask indoors in public if you are in an area of substantial or high transmission.”

Important Club Update Saturday, May 15

The CDC, Governor Polis, CDPHE and TCHD have amended their mask requirements. Our current TCHD mask mandate is set to expire at midnight on May 15 and we will be following the state mask order effective Sunday, May 16.

We will also be moving to Level Clear on Sunday, May 16 which means no capacity restrictions or physical distancing, but we are strongly encouraging our members to continue following best practices for disease mitigation.

What does that mean for Club Greenwood?


  • Vaccinated individuals are no longer required to wear a mask
  • Unvaccinated individuals are not required to wear a mask but it is strongly suggested they do so indoors
  • Employees will be required to wear a mask, regardless of vaccination status, with re-evaluation every two weeks
  • Group fitness classes still require reservations. Capacities are increasing slightly in the following Studios effective Monday, May 17; Opal/Barre 12, Cycling 23 and Jade 25
  • Lap lane reservations and Service Desk Check-Ins are required through the end of June
  • The main stairwell at the main club and the main entrance at the tennis club have been opened for full access
  • Studio 2 reservations for private use are no longer available
  • Martial Arts and Boxing reservations for private use will end on Tuesday, May 16
  • SGPT Studio reservations for private use will end on Friday, May 21
  • Studio 3 reservations for private use will end on Saturday, May 22
  • ALL cardiovascular equipment will be available for use on Sunday, May 16. It will take a few days for some equipment to come online for TV and internet use
  • Red X protocol has been removed. Please wipe down equipment after use
  • Physical distancing signage has been removed

We are starting to see a light at the end of the tunnel, but please remain vigilant, stay home if you are feeling sick, be respectful of your fellow member by wiping down equipment after use and be mindful of each person’s perspective regarding the pandemic.

On behalf of the entire team at Club Greenwood, thank you for your continued support, for following the rules and regulations asked of you since re-opening June 9 and for trusting us to keep you safe! The past 14 months have been the most challenging of our nearly 34 years of operation, but our members and employees got through it TOGETHER!

May 4, Update

Governor Polis has amended the state mask mandate, but because we are located in Arapahoe County we fall under the jurisdiction of TCHD. They have a separate mask order which supersedes the Governor’s order, therefore we are STILL REQUIRING MASKS BE WORN INDOORS AT ALL TIMES until May 15 when TCHD re-evaluates the order.

We realize many of you have been vaccinated, leading you to believe you can move about the club without a mask, which is not the case. We are asking our members and employees to continue working together as we have the last 12 months, be patient and we will get to the finish line together!

Thank you for your continued cooperation and support.

March 24, Update, Dial 3.0

CDPHE has released the latest update to the Colorado COVID Dial framework, titled Dial 3.0. The changes go into effect today through mid-April. The mask mandate was not addressed with this version and will continue to be in effect through April 3, thereby we are still enforcing a mask to be worn at all times even while exercising. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.

Dial 3.0 does allow an increase to 100% capacity for gyms operating in Level Blue and Green and for Gyms with 5 Star status that are operating in Level Yellow. This change to 100% capacity allows for very small movement at Club Greenwood as we are still following 6’ physical distancing guidelines which keeps our limits lower than 100%.

Here are the positive changes we will be making at Club Greenwood effective immediately:

  1. Reservations are no longer required for the weight room, upper and lower cardiovascular areas, the gymnasium, track, Masters and GTS swimming. These areas and/or programs have either not experienced full capacity or are limited by the amount of equipment in operation. We recommend reviewing the gymnasium schedule prior to use as we offer programs throughout the day
  2. Reservations are still required for the following: Group Fitness classes, Yoga, Pilates, SGPT classes, private use studios, water fitness classes, indoor and outdoor pool use, tennis and Kids’ Club/YAC
  3. The Welcome and Service Desks will continue checking in members for private use in the following studios: SGPT, Studio 2, Studio 3 and Martial Arts and Boxing
  4. SGPT and MAB capacity increased to 12
  5. Jade capacity increased to 22
  6. Studio 1 capacity increased to 22
  7. Studio 2 capacity increased to 14
  8. Outdoor pool capacity increased to 15
  9. Indoor pool capacity increased to 18

We are excited to see this forward movement and with the increase in the number of Coloradans being vaccinated, we are continuing to see members returning to the club. Thank you for your due diligence, for following the guidelines and restrictions and for keeping our employees and fellow members safe!

Update March 4, 2021

Arapahoe County Five-Star Partners Can Now Operate at Level Blue

As a member of the 5 Star Program, Level Blue allows 50% capacity or 175 per room, whichever is the lesser of the two. We will not be changing the capacities of any areas of the club at this time, due to the 6’ physical distancing restriction.

It is still imperative that every member sign up for every activity in our club, for the purpose of contact tracing. You will continue to be asked at check-in what you are registered for and if you are not booked for anything, you will be asked to sign up before entering the club. Please know our enforcement of this policy is to ensure our status as a 5 Star Business and most importantly, to keep you safe.

Thank you for your ongoing support and trust in us to keep you safe and healthy!

February 5 Update

Club Greenwood Members:

We are thrilled to announce that Arapahoe County will be moving to Level Yellow on Saturday, February 6.

Level Yellow allows us to operate at a capacity of 50% or 50 patrons, whichever is less, per room excluding staff members. We will keep our members safely distanced and will increase our capacities on a room by room basis, which in some cases may be less than the allowed 50%.

In order to maintain our 5 Star Certification, it is still imperative that every member register for every activity in our club, for the purpose of contact tracing. You will continue to be asked at check in, what you are registered for.

Thank you for your ongoing support and trust in us to keep you safe and healthy!

January 7 Update

So much has transpired the past week, we felt it was important to recap where Club Greenwood is with capacity limits:

  • All metrics in Arapahoe County and throughout most of the state are seeing steady decreasing trends which is very exciting. Way to go Coloradans!
  • Vaccine distribution started in December with most of Phase 1A having received their first dose. The state will begin Phase 1B soon which they anticipate will take approximately four weeks.
  • Club Greenwood received their 5 Star Certification on New Year’s Eve and kicked off the new year with increased capacities to 25% or 25 people per room, whichever is the lesser of the two excluding staff (previously Orange Level for gyms)
  • On Monday, January 4, Arapahoe County was officially moved to Level Orange, meaning any business with the 5 Star Certification could operate in Level Yellow. Dr. Ryan with CDPHE asked all businesses with their 5 Star Certification to maintain operating in Level Orange until the respective county has maintained seven days of decreasing numbers appropriate to Level Orange. We anticipate that day will be Monday, January 11.
  • On Monday, January 4, CDPHE posted the Fourth Amended Public Health Order which changed the COVID-19 Dial for gyms (based on work performed by the Colorado Fitness Coalition) allowing gyms to operate at higher capacity levels in Orange and Yellow.
  • Level Orange now allows 25% capacity or 50 people per room, whichever is the lesser of the two, excluding staff.
  • Level Yellow now allows 50% capacity or 50 people per room, whichever is the lesser of the two, excluding staff. Spaces greater than 7,200 square feet may use the Distancing Space Calculator (CDPHE) to expand to no more than 100 people per room, excluding staff.

So what does this all mean…

We anticipate being able to move to Level Yellow on Monday, January 11 which will further expand our capacity limits in all spaces. Having said that, we also want to be vigilant with our safety protocols, therefore we may limit some spaces to less than the allowed capacity as we transition to having more members in the Club.

With increased capacity, it is even more important that we participate in all best practices including wearing your mask properly above your nose and below your chin at ALL times!

Our 5 Star Inspector quoted the following “Club Greenwood is a role model for other businesses on how to safely operate. You have thought of everything!” The collective effort of Club Greenwood members and employees has helped us operate safely with over 140,000 visits and zero spread of COVID-19 since re-opening June 9, 2020! Thank you and let’s keep up the great work!

Paula J Neubert

November 20 Update

Arapahoe County has been moved to Level Red on the COVID-19 dial. This means that gyms must limit room capacities to 10% or 10 patrons, whichever is less. Capacities of every room have been changed and posted.

  • Weight Room reservations will be in 30-minute increments to accommodate more members but you may book multiple reservations.
  • There are 10 Workout Pods in the basketball court available to book in 30-minute increments. Each pod offers slightly different equipment. Take a look!
  • Upper Cardio Area and Lower Cardio Area reservations are now 30 minutes instead of 75 minutes but you may book multiple reservations.
  • Private Workout Studios may be booked in 30-minute increments but in order to transition from one member to another, please plan on exiting the room after 25 minutes. If you need more time, book two reservations.
  • Locker Rooms now have a 10 person maximum. Reservations are not required. Be mindful of the number of people around you.
  • Both Pool capacities are now 10 swimmers. Please see updated pool schedule.
  • Kids Club capacity is six and YAC is nine. Members are highly encouraged to make a reservation through the desktop member portal.
  • All Pilates reformer/mixed equipment classes will be held in Star Studio. Additional private training areas have been added around the club.
  • Pilates private lessons available for up to four people outside, under the tent on the Pilates patio, weather permitting.
  • Six Pilates equipment classes have been added to the December schedule.
  • Some Group Fitness classes have relocated. Please look at “location” when you register.
  • Six additional Yoga classes have been added to the December schedule to accommodate more members.
  • All Barre classes will be held on the track to accommodate ten members.
  • The track will be closed to runners and walkers for Barre Classes.

November 10 Update

Arapahoe County has been moved to the Orange Level on the Covid-19 dial. This means that gyms must limit room capacities to 25% or 25 patrons, whichever is less. Most of our rooms are already at 25% capacity but a few areas will require adjustments, including the weight room, tennis, the indoor and outdoor pools and our youth spaces. We currently have spaces that may be booked for private use workouts without a mask: Small Group Personal Training Studio (SGPT) and Studio 3. Members may also remove masks for Les Mills Virtual classes in Studio 1 and Cycling IF you are in the room alone.


Beginning Friday, we will use half the basketball court to create 10×10 workout pods for individual use, although masks must be worn in these pods
Studio 2 will be added at various times as a private no-mask area
Mixed Martial Arts and Boxing may be used at various times as a private no-mask area for heavy bag, speed bag and jump rope work

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: We have made multiple accommodations for medical exemption/non-mask users therefore medical exemptions will no longer be permitted in the main workout areas. Masks must be worn in all indoor public areas at all times by members 11 years old and up.

Priority one is to keep our members safe and remain open. It is critical that ALL members properly wear a mask, covering their nose and mouth at ALL times in our club.

Thank you for your cooperation!

October 28 Update

Arapahoe County has been moved to Safer at Home-Level 2, which mandates 25% capacity or 50 people, whichever is fewer. Our club is currently following all guidelines associated with this change. Denver and Adams counties were moved to Safer at Home-Level 3. Tuesday afternoon, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) updated its guidance for Safer at Home-Level 3 to allow gyms to operate at 25% capacity or 25 people, whichever is less but may STAY OPEN. Thanks to the involvement of Paula and the Colorado Fitness Coalition, this is a win for all clubs in the state!

Mask Update (August 14, September 13, October 13)

Governor Polis has extended Executive Order D 2020 164 through November 1o. The order requires that face masks be worn indoors at all times in public places even during exercise. There is no change to our current protocol. Thank you for your patience and understanding as we work together to keep our members safe and Club Greenwood open.

July 21 Update

Masks Required at All Times

Governor Polis signed Executive Order D 202 138 mandating non-medical face coverings be worn over the nose and mouth while indoors in all public places throughout the state of Colorado.

There is no variance for this order and it pertains to all municipalities and counties. Any person not adhering to this mandate may be subject to civil or criminal penalties and any business in violation of this order may be subject to temporary suspension of their business license to operate.

We understand the limitations while working out in a mask, but are asking for your cooperation and assistance as we strive to stay open now and for the months ahead.

Club Greenwood has made the following adjustments for your comfort:

  • Cooler temperatures throughout the buildings
  • Slight adjustments to the Power Yoga and Thermal Yoga heat and humidity
  • Face Shields (like those worn by instructors) will be available for $5. They are reusable, light weight, fulfill the requirements of a face covering and offer a better solution for breathing. They will be available at the Welcome Desk beginning Thursday.

Exemptions from wearing a mask:

Anyone 10 years of age and under

  • Anyone who cannot medically tolerate a face covering. Alert the Welcome Desk upon entering to receive a wrist band. This will let others know why you are not wearing a face covering.
  • While showering
  • While swimming indoors or outdoors
  • If you are alone in an enclosed studio
  • Any activity where members of the same household are exercising in an enclosed space by themselves (For example: participating in a Les Mills Virtual class)
  • Any outdoor activity in which you can assure 6’ physical distancing

Although the World Health Organization does not recommend wearing a mask while exercising, we must do what is necessary for Club Greenwood to stay open, therefore, we will refuse service to any member (unless otherwise exempt according to the parameters listed above) who is not wearing a mask.

This order goes through August 15, 2020.

July 17 Update


We have yet to hear back from the governor’s office regarding Executive Order D 202 138 mandating non-medical face coverings, but have received assistance from Tri County Health District on interpreting the exercise exemption. In addition CDPHE has posted a Q&A on their website.

Do I have to wear a mask when I exercise indoors?
You do not have to wear a mask if you are exercising alone or with others from your own household. But, if you are exercising with a group of people in a public indoor space, then yes, you must wear a mask.

Based on this information and further clarification from TCHD, effective immediately, masks will be required at Club Greenwood.

Although the World Health Organization does not recommend wearing a mask while exercising, we must do what is necessary for Club Greenwood to stay open, therefore, we will refuse service to any member (unless otherwise exempt according to the parameters listed above) who is not wearing a mask.

This order goes through August 15, 2020.

The following are exempt from wearing a mask:

  • Anyone under the age of 10
  • Anyone who cannot medically tolerate a face covering
  • While showering
  • While swimming indoors or outdoors
  • If you are alone in a studio
  • Any activity where members of the same household are exercising in an enclosed space by themselves (For example: participating in a Les Mills Virtual class)
  • Any outdoor activity in which you can assure 6’ physical distancing

Thank you in advance for your cooperation as we work together toward a common goal of increased health and well-being.

July 16 Update

Tri County Health District has approved a Public Health Order, effective July 24, requiring masks be worn in all public places in Arapahoe County. The order does allow for the following exception “Individuals when exercising in a gym or fitness center are not required to wear a face covering when it is not physically possible or when actively exercising”.

This particular order and exception fits with our current guidelines. We will be actively and aggressively enforcing the wearing of masks at check-in, to and from your point of exercise and when leaving the club. It took us 12 weeks to re-open, we have been open for five weeks and want to stay open, so please abide by all rules and regulations.

July 9 Update

Masks Required in ALL Common Areas

If you are not exercising, you MUST have your mask on. For example:

  • When going to a group fitness class, wear your mask into the studio, remove it for your workout and put it back on as soon as class ends.
  • Wear your mask from the front doors of the club to the area you are using.
  • Wear your mask from the locker rooms to the weight room, cardio areas or pools and back to the locker room.
  • Keep masks on in the locker rooms except when going from your locker to the shower and back to your locker.
  • Please be respectful of others when addressing mask concerns.
  • You may remove your mask after you have exited the building.

Mask Time in the Weight Room
In order to better serve our entire membership, masks will be REQUIRED in the Weight Room between 1:00 and 3:00pm daily.

Updates to Indoor Pool Schedule

  • Continue to reserve you spot via Club Greenwood app and website.
  • Greenwood Tiger Sharks will have up to eighteen swimmers, Monday through Friday, 7:30-9:00am
  • Water Fitness class may have up to 20 participants, 10:00-11:00am
  • Lane six and seven are open for water walking and swimming, 10:00-11:00am
  • Camp Greenwood will be using lanes seven and eight, 11:00-11:45am and 1:15-2:00pm and lanes one and two, 2:00-2:45pm, Monday-Thursday

Updates to Outdoor Pool Group Lap Training Schedule
Six lanes will be open for lap swimming on Saturdays, every half hour beginning at 6:00am.

Locked out of the Club Greenwood App?

To unlock the app you must go through the portal.

  • Go to
  • Click on “access my account’ and find my account by filling out first, last name and email
  • If the account is found, a link will be sent via email
  • Click the link to fill out the Member Portal form. In the form, there is a field to assign yourself a new password
  • NOTE: After you go through this process, your username will now be the email address associated with your account.
  • PDF Instructions here »

Kids’ Club Security Feature

Kids’ Club has heightened security for our kiddos. In order to access the Kids’ Club door, use the barcode on your Club Greenwood App or keycard and place three to four inches under the scanner located on the left side of the door. The door will click and unlock. Safety Feature video »

July 2 Update

July Update to Club Safety Protocols

According to The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, we will be continuing our current restrictions through July. This includes capacity limits, reservations, member screening with temperature checks and required masks at check-in and in common areas.

The vanity area in both the men’s and women’s locker rooms will open on July 3 with VERY limited capacity. Please adhere to the physical distancing requirements. Locker room amenities will not be provided; you may bring your own blow dryer.

Please refer to our Re-Opening and Safety Protocols for more details.

Group Fitness Physical Distancing

We have placed stickers on each of the studio floors. Please use these as the center of your workout space. Thank you.

Mask Time in the Weight Room

In order to better serve our entire membership, masks will be REQUIRED in the Weight Room between 1:00 and 3:00pm daily, beginning Friday, July 3. Thank you for your cooperation as we all work together!

Camp Greenwood Reopening Monday, July 6

Camp Greenwood is excited to reopen on Monday with continued health precautions in place, including drive up drop-off and pick-up, temperature checks for campers and staff, masks for staff, physical distancing, groups of 10 children or less, additional cleaning throughout the day and nightly fogging.

All staff who have been tested for COVID-19 following our closure have been negative.

Camp Times at Indoor Pool

Beginning Monday, July 6, Camp Greenwood will be using the indoor pool the following times Monday–Thursday:

Red and Yellow Group (20 kids at most ages 5/6) lanes 8 and 7 reserved

Green and Purple Group (20 kids at most ages 7/8) lanes 8 and 7 reserved

Orange and Blue Group (20 kids at most ages 9-12) lanes 1 and 2 reserved

Continuous Improvement for our Swimmers/Pools

June 18 and 26

  • Members must register for pool time, including sunbathing
  • ALL pool reservations may be made up to seven days in advance
  • We will be increasing the maximum capacity of the Splash pool from 20 to 30 individuals immediately. Parents must register themselves and each of their children.
  • Members must check-in at the Pool Check-In Table located under the Gazebo
  • Members will be charged a $20 per person no-show fee for not un-enrolling from their Splash Pool and Recreational Play registrations
  • Maximum capacities include individuals both IN and AROUND all pools
  • Lanes one and two of the outdoor pool will open for Recreational Play with a maximum capacity of 22 individuals/12 being in the water. 10:00am to 5:30pm daily

Recreation Play Rules

Swimmers Must Pass a Swim Test

  • Tread water for 30 seconds in the deep end and swim one length of pool, using any stroke and remaining on top of the water
  • Once accomplished, the swimmer will be placed on a list and will be given a waterproof bracelet to wear
  • If they return another day, the guard will check the list and give them a new bracelet
  • If the swimmer does not pass the swim test, an adult needs to be in the water with them at all times

Splash Pool/Recreational Play

  • Wait by the Gazebo area to enter once Lifeguards open up the pool area
  • A whistle will be blown 10 minutes after the hour to start clearing the area
  • A whistle will be blown 5 minutes later to have members exit the pool areas for cleaning
  • Lifeguards on duty are cleaning before the next group enters the pool areas
  • Please exit the area quickly to help the process run smoothly

Compliance is Key

It took us 12 weeks to re-open and all it takes is one member not complying with the Re-Opening Plans and Safety Protocols for us to be told to close.


Please help us keep Club Greenwood open!

  • Masks are required at check-in and in all common areas of the club
  • Reservations are a requirement. Do not come to the club without a reservation
  • There is no social gathering inside the club
  • No high-fives, handshakes or hugs and it is of utmost importance that you maintain 6’ physical distancing
  • You MUST wipe down equipment after use. The weight room seems to be the area we are having the most trouble; if you are seen not wiping down equipment after use, you will be asked to leave
  • Please respect your fellow members and unenroll if you cannot attend your class or session. With limited capacities on everything we offer, unenrolling gives another member a chance to take your spot.
  • To UNENROLL on the App, go to your booked reservation and click Unregister. Detailed directions here »
  • To UNENROLL on the Member Portal, go to the Home Page and click on the Unregister Link under Events. Detailed directions here »

Club Greenwood is Open!

June 11

On behalf of the entire team at Club Greenwood, I would like to thank you for your patience, kindness and flexibility the past three days. We are so happy to be open and welcome our members back! We realize some of you have had difficulty working through the app and making reservations, but your willingness to conform to something new has made it so much easier on all of us. The community we built at Club Greenwood over the past 32 years has never been stronger and the last three days have proven that together…we can get through anything! Thank you from the bottom of my heart!
– Paula


Reservations are required for lap swimming, recreational swimming, the upper and lower cardiovascular rooms, group fitness classes, the weight room, basketball, indoor and outdoor tennis and Kid’s Club/YAC.

Reservations can be made via the Club Greenwood App
All pool reservations can be found under the category “Aquatics” on the app.
Weight room, upper and lower cardiovascular rooms and the gymnasium/basketball reservations can be found under the category “Facility” on the app.
Group Fitness Class reservations can be found under the category “Group Fitness” on the app.
Reservations can be made via your desktop through the Member Portal
The Booking Activities Link is a short cut to the Member Portal. We suggest you bookmark this page for future reference.
The Livestream classes will continue as well as on-demand workout content. We are currently updating the schedule. To view the updates, please refresh your page or open a new web page. If a second livestream starts in the background, it is the next livestream beginning, click to pause the video and return to your class. We are working to solve this issue.
IMPORTANT CHANGE: All members will be receiving an email confirmation for any reservation made. Note, if you unenroll confirmation emails will not be sent.
IMPORTANT NOTE: If you are adding a reservation to your calendar via the app, please remember to click “Sign-Up” to complete the reservation after adding it to your calendar.


With limited capacities in every room and for every service, please be respectful of your fellow members and unenroll from any reservation you are not able to attend.
Instructions on how to unenroll via the app »
Instructions on how to unenroll via the Member Portal »
Only the Primary Member is able to make a reservation for a minor on the account. Please contact the business office if you want to make this change. Please contact the business office »
You are now able to make a reservation for any service up until the time of the service/class, with the exception of the final hour for pool reservations. For example, the 7:00pm Outdoor Pool Lap Swim time slot must be reserved before 6:00pm on the same day.


  • The Re-Opening Plan/Safety Protocols page will tell you everything you need to know about each department in Club Greenwood. We suggest you bookmark this link as a reference.
  • Members are to wear a mask in/out of the clubs and in all common areas. Once you arrive at your workout location, you may remove your mask.
  • Employees are required to wear a mask/face shield while indoors. Employees working outside are required to wear a mask if safe physical distancing is not achievable.
  • Reservations are a requirement of the state and local health authorities under the Safer At Home Sixth Amendment through June 30, 2020.
  • Based on state and local authorities, there is no mingling, gathering or “getting ready” in the locker rooms. Vanities have been closed off and are not available at this time.
Club Greenwood staff members are available to assist you with any questions or concerns you may have. Thank you again for your patience and flexibility and welcome back!

Main Club

  • Monday - Thursday5:00am – 8:00pm
  • Friday5:00am – 6:00pm
  • Saturday and Sunday6:00am – 6:00pm

Tennis Club

  • Monday-Thursday5:30am – 8:00pm
  • Friday5:30am – 6:00pm
  • Saturday and Sunday7:00am – 6:00pm

Kids’ Club/YAC

  • Monday-Thursday8:00am – 6:00pm
  • Friday8:00am – 5:00pm
  • Saturday and Sunday8:00am – 1:00pm

COVID-19 Re-Opening Plan and Safety Protocols

June 9-June 30

Club Greenwood has received direction from state and local authorities that it is safe to open. We have developed an extensive re-opening plan and protocols designed with the health and safety of EVERY member of our extended family in mind. The protocols have been added to our Policies and Rules for Club Use, thereby members are required to adhere to the new Safety Protocols.

We anticipate opening in three Phases with Phase One being more strict, reduced hours of operation for overnight deep cleaning, lighter schedule of classes, reservation systems to attend classes, and may include closures of certain areas of the club. Due to capacity limitations, the north entrance to the main club will be closed. All members will be required to enter through the main entrance of the main club. Tennis members will use the main entrance of the tennis club and will exit through a side door.

Phase Two will consider expanding hours of operation, expanding the group fitness class schedule and will open areas of the club that were previously closed. The north entrance to the main club will remain closed if capacity limitations are still in place.

Phase Three will be back to “near normal” operations with advanced sanitizing and disinfecting procedures still in place. Guests will be allowed in Phase Three.

At Club Greenwood, we are passionately committed to providing an inspiring, safe and clean environment for our members to improve their quality of life! The Safety Protocols are added directives to our customized standard operating procedures to make sure you can safely return to our beautiful club. This effort will require the commitment and dedication of ALL members and employees, and we expect your full cooperation!

The Safety Protocols page has been created on our website to make it easier for you to access your specific department of interest. Please read before your first visit, refer to the videos for reference and we look forward to seeing you soon!

Members coming back to the club will receive a Club Greenwood mask while supplies last.

Welcome Home!

Paula Neubert

Update May 14, 2020

As we are starting to see businesses re-open across the country, I know many of you are anxiously waiting for the day Club Greenwood will be able to safely and legally re-open our doors. We have been pro-actively working on our re-opening protocol for the past five-plus weeks and have been able to share it with Tri-County Health Department, Senators and with members of the Governor’s team.

Governor Polis announced in his press conference on May 11 that he would address the re-opening of gyms on Monday, May 25.

Update April 27, 2020

Tri-County Health Department has issued a Public Health Order extending Governor Polis’ Stay At Home order until Friday, May 8. Colorado’s Safer-At-Home, announced by Governor Polis on April 20 does not apply in Adams and Arapahoe Counties. As stated by Tri-County Health “the order protects the health and safety of our communities. All people in Colorado must follow the letter and the spirit of these orders.”

A link to the Public Health Order has been included for your convenience.

We are awaiting guidance and directives from Tri-County Health and the Governor’s office for more information on when and how we will be able to safely open our doors.

Thank you for your patience as we get through this together. Club Greenwood Strong!

Update April 23, 2020

Governor Polis announced a ‘Safer at Home’ directive to begin on Monday, April 27. Unfortunately, gyms/health clubs were not included in the “personal services” re-opening. The original verbiage included Personal Training but we are unsure as to whether those services may take place in the club, as gyms are to remain closed. We are seeking further explanation and will communicate as appropriate. Governor Polis is scheduled to reassess the opening of gyms on May 11.

Thank you for your patience! —Paula Neubert, President/GM